An innovative online program using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for insomnia.

The largest and most comprehensive evidence base of online CBT-I research – proven to provide long-term sleep improvements.

Newest SHUTi research study shows that depression, suicidal ideation, and anxiety symptoms can all be reduced with SHUTi.


How It Works

The National Institutes of Health and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine recommend Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) as one of the first treatment choices for insomnia. Unlike medications, CBT-I helps people overcome the underlying cause of the sleep problem, and the beneficial effects of CBT-I typically last well beyond the end of therapy.

SHUTi is based on CBT-I and is organized into six structured, weekly online sessions. Each week you will:

  • Complete a 45-minute interactive learning module
  • Enter brief daily online sleep diaries
  • Use the techniques and strategies you’ve learned in SHUTi to improve your sleep behaviors, thoughts and habits
  • Receive personalized sleep recommendations and feedback

SHUTi has been proven in multiple research trials to be highly effective in helping individuals who are experiencing sleep difficulties. Research participants:

  • Fell asleep over 40% faster, typically in under 20 minutes
  • Reduced their time awake in the middle of the night by 55%
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6 Structured Weekly Sessions

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Personalized Feedback

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Activities to Improve
Your Sleep Behaviors

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Helping you improve
your Sleep Thoughts

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Character Stories & Expert Videos

SHUTi is designed to be similar to an effective in-person session with a sleep therapist – but from the privacy of home.Learn more
In multiple randomized clinical trials conducted at a major university, SHUTi provided lasting sleep improvements. Learn more
SHUTi analyzes your unique sleep patterns to provide you with feedback and personalized sleep recommendations.Learn more
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A step-by-step approach to help you sleep better.

SHUTi can be completed in a little as 5 weeks. Get started today and put yourself on the path to better sleep.
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What Customers are Saying

I followed the program religiously, exactly as it was personally outlined for me, and at the end, I am now able to sleep 6 hours without waking up. I feel like an entirely new person and I highly recommend SHUTi to insomnia sufferers.
Nancy G., 6+ years of insomnia
I had a great experience and SHUTi really changed the way I sleep. I wasn’t sure at first, but as I learned more and more, I began to change my behaviors. Now I understand why I had trouble sleeping and can take steps to do something about it. I am sleeping soundly at night and know what to do when I start to struggle. SHUTi changed my life!
Kristie T., 1 year of insomnia
I went from having severe trouble staying asleep (awake for several hours in the middle of the night) to sleeping through most nights with only a brief awakening if I do awake. Best of all, I am no longer taking sleep aids.
Kirstin G., 4 years of insomnia
My results can easily be described as a “life changer.” I am now in control of my sleep, able to stay asleep for seven to eight hours each night, and the dread of insomnia no longer follows me throughout the day. Best of all, I feel that I now have a toolkit of sleep strategies with me at all times. In the event that insomnia sneaks back in again, I can face it with the confidence that I now know what to do to bring my sleep back into balance.
Amber D., 3 Years of Insomnia
The content of SHUTi is meaningful and accessible to a wide audience. SHUTi cured my insomnia within about 4-5 weeks of starting the program. It has now been several months since I started the program, and I have not had a return to my previous insomnia.
Anonymous, 5 months of insomnia
I really feel like SHUTi taught me how to sleep. I am now Ambien-free and sleeping better than I have in years. Great program that I would recommend to anyone with sleep problems.
Michael G., 15 years of insomnia

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