Monique Thompson

The San Francisco Bay Area Center for Cognitive Therapy


Monique Thompson (PSY 25685) is a licensed clinical psychologist. Dr. Thompson received a master’s degree from University of Pennsylvania and a doctoral degree in clinical psychology from California School of Professional Psychology. She is a certified cognitive therapist and Diplomate of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. Dr. Thompson is trained in Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), an empirically supported treatment for insomnia and other sleep disorders. Dr. Thompson has extensive experience providing individualized cognitive therapy to adults and teens. She treats depression, anxiety disorders, sleep disorders, executive functioning deficits, and challenging life transitions. Dr. Thompson has practiced in a variety of settings, including Kaiser Permanente in Walnut Creek and Pleasanton, UC Berkeley and private practice. She spent several years at the Golden Bear Mood and Sleep Research Center at UC Berkeley as a member of a treatment development team that seeks to explore and enhance cognitive therapy techniques. She has published research on memory mechanisms and interventions to improve individual therapy outcomes. She recently co-authored a book on Teen Insomnia with Dr. Michael Tompkins, The Teen Insomnia Workbook (2019, New Harbinger).

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The Insomnia Workbook for Teens (2018)