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Three approaches to psychotherapy the next generation

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directed by

Richard Bright, fl. 2009 and Nick Mattingly, fl. 2009

; presented by

Kate Silverton, 1970-

; produced by

Richard Bright, fl. 2009 and Nick Mattingly, fl. 2009


British Broadcasting Corporation


London, England


BBC Worldwide





1 hour 6 mins

Sleeping should be easy. You get tired, go to bed and wake up feeling refreshed and ready to face the day. But sometimes, regardless of how much you try, you just cannot keep your eyes closed. With revelatory stories of extreme sleeping problems along with genuine methods to help those desperate to get some shut-e…

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