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BA, Texas A&M University, 1980
PsyD, Clinical Psychology, University of Denver, 1993
Internship, Behavioral Medicine, West Haven VA Medical Center
Rehabilitation Psychology, Gaylord Hospital/Gaylord Specialty Healthcare
Sleep Medicine, Gaylord Hospital/Gaylord Sleep Medicine
Clinical Instructor of Pediatrics, University of Connecticut School of Medicine
Faculty, Yale School of Medicine
Lynelle M. Schneeberg, PsyD is a licensed clinical psychologist who recently joined the Division of Sleep Medicine at Connecticut Children’s. Dr. Schneeberg graduated summa cum laude with a Doctorate of Psychology and a specialization in Behavioral Medicine from the University of Denver. As a Diplomate of the American Board of Sleep Medicine, she is also one of the few clinical psychologists in the country who is board certified in Sleep Medicine. Dr. Schneeberg is currently the Director of the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program at Connecticut Children’s Sleep Center. She is also a member of several professional organizations, including the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, the Connecticut Psychological Association and the Society of Behavioral Medicine.
Do you have some lawnmower parenting tendencies? You’ve heard of helicopter parenting, but there’s a new phrase making the rounds now: lawnmower parenting. Lawnmower parenting refers to a parenting style that strives to “mow down” all obstacles, challenges or difficulties in a child’s path. Of course, no one really wants to be a lawnmower parent, […]
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Do you ever wonder if your child might benefit from a sleep study? Or, has your child already been scheduled for one? You might wonder what is involved and how to make your child more comfortable during this procedure. You might also wonder whether your child will be able to tolerate the necessary sensations for […]
Sleepwalking is a normal part of childhood and is not considered a sleep disorder. It is however, fairly common. Up to 40% of children sleepwalk at some point and, most of the time, this behavior disappears by puberty. A recent study surveyed parents of 1,800 children in Australia and their parents noted that 10% percent of these children […]
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