Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I)

Specially trained pharmacists facilitate CBT-I for individuals who struggle with sleep. Pharmacists focus on the behavioural components of sleep training, such as stimulus control and sleep restriction, but also work with individuals to address their negative sleep thoughts. Coming off sleep aids is often a goal for many patients. See our Sleep Resources for more information.

Starting November 15, 2022, all CBTi clients will now be charged a fee. Initial appointment, usually 60 minutes, will be $120 and follow-up appointments will be $60 (taxes included). Please see full News Bulletin on the MAC website here: Change in Fees for MAC Sleep Clinic - Medication Assessment Centre - College of Pharmacy and Nutrition | University of Saskatchewan (


Patient referrals and self-referrals can be completed online. Patient referrals can also be completed via fax, if desired.


Sleep Problems

Many people struggle with poor sleep. MAC pharmacists specialize in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-i) provide a fee-for-service to help people get off their sleeping pills and sleep better.