Insomnia in children and adolescents has emerged as a significant challenge, and to address this growing problem, Dr. María de la Fe Rodríguez, prominent psychologist and Full Professor at the National University of Distance Education (UNED), led a webinar enlightening and timely.

The webinar focused on the evidence around effective psychological interventions in the treatment of childhood insomnia. Throughout her presentation, Dr. Rodriguez provided a review of available treatment options and discussed the practical implications of it for healthcare professionals.

With a solid experience of more than 10 years in perinatal mental health, Dr. Rodríguez has specialized in randomized and systematically reviewed controlled trials, providing an informed and up-to-date perspective on the treatment of insomnia in the younger population.

The free, open-access webinar attracts healthcare professionals, educators and parents interested in better understanding and addressing childhood insomnia. In addition, members of the Spanish Society of Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychology had the opportunity to obtain certificates at the end of the event, along with exclusive access to the material provided by Dr. Rodríguez.

This event fostered collaboration and knowledge sharing among professionals. Dr. Rodríguez emphasized the importance of addressing insomnia from holistic approaches and encouraged the community to explore new directions to improve sleep quality in the younger population. This webinar not only provided practical information for clinical practice, but also inspired consideration of future lines of research and treatment in the field of infant sleep.