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Ask the Sleep Doctor
March 9 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm UTC-6
An event every month that begins at 2:00 pm on day Second of the month, happening 20 times
Session Disclaimer and Agreement
By participating in this session with Ed O’Malley, you agree and understand that each session is an educational and informational experience designed to help you, and that results will vary from person to person. If you are dealing with a serious sleep issue you may be better served by a sleep doctor in your area who can meet with you in person. You further understand and agree that no medical diagnosis or treatment is implied in these sessions. You agree to take full responsibility for your health and well-being and understand that these sessions are not intended to replace medical or professional advice or treatment. You acknowledge that sessions with Ed are not a substitute for traditional medical care and that it is your responsibility to make decisions as to if and when such care is needed for mental or physical conditions. You agree there shall be no liability on the part of Ed, Andrew, or Night Club should you fail to do so.
Here is some information about our new team member:
Dr. Ed O’Malley is an integrative sleep specialist trained at Cornell University Grad School of Medical Sciences and NYU Sleep Disorders Center in NYC. He ran the Norwalk Hospital (teaching hospital of Yale) for 12 years, training resident physicians in sleep medicine and creating the first Insomnia Center in the region. He also holds Advanced Certification in Bio- and Neurofeedback, and Nature Awareness Training.
Dr. O’Malley takes a broad approach to sleep and wellness, moving easily between the technological and the natural worlds. Utilizing the power of biofeedback and neurofeedback while cultivating a deep connection to the natural world he seamlessly integrates both. In today’s world that seems to move faster and faster, consuming all but the briefest moments of free time, Ed guides clients to slow down, becoming mindful of what really matters.