The future of sleep wellness is holistic

Get paired 1:1 with an experienced coach to receive a personalized sleep action plan containing behavioral guidelines for sustaiable sleep health.

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Get paired 1:1 with an experienced coach to receive a personalized sleep action plan containing behavioral guidelines for sustaiable sleep health.

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Subscribe to receive a free coaching consulation

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1 Complete a brief assessment

with questions that help your coach understand your unique sleep needs and goals.

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2 Chat 1:1 with your sleep coach

over a 30-min phone/video call to discuss behavioral sleep practices and techniques.

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3 Get a custom sleep action plan

with recommendations specially tailored to improve short and long-term sleep health.

Methodology

We're providing a new, holistic solution tailored to your unique needs

  • Grounded in truth + science
    Behavioral change has been clinically shown to be as or more effective than pharmacologic or nutritional interventions.

  • Delivered by experienced health + wellness coaches
    All Proper coaches have been educated in our proprietary, PhD-developed program.

  • Tailored to your needs + goals
    Sleep is personal. That's why our consultations are, too. No two sleep action plans are the same.

  • Designed to improve short + long-term sleep health
    A sleep coach will work with you to identify underlying causes of poor sleep health for sustainable improvements, starting tonight.

- Certified by the National Board of Health & Wellness Coaches - Educated in our PhD-developed sleep curriculum

Rain T.

Experienced behavioral change coach

I am passionate about empowering clients to find creative solutions tailored to their individual needs. I enjoy listening to relaxing background music for 15 min before going to bed.

Jen K.

Master’s degree in Health Coaching and Nutrition

I believe optimal wellness begins with sleep. I coach clients to experience better sleep, which leads to a calmer mind and more energy during the day.

"One of the biggest reasons to consider coaching is because it helps to look at the root of what's driving the sleep disruption rather than just taking things to mask the main issue. It really helps to take 30 minutes to think about what is going on with your sleep and what else you can add to the picture that might enhance the quality of sleep."

Dr. Allison Siebern, PhD, CBSM

“We're seeing an increasing recognition of poor sleep as an epidemic in this country. Unfortunately, it's unlikely that stress will diminish greatly over the next five years, and so there is a need to take a comprehensive approach to sleep, the need to manage stress better and other things related to sleep will only be even more important.”

Dr. Adam Perlman, MD, MPH

"The human body is incredibly complex and sleep is just as complex. I think dietary supplements can supplement or support sleep, but I don't think that it's going to fix everybody's sleep problems. I think that the mental and emotional aspects of a person’s day has as much of a role in their sleep health as the physical aspects."

Dr. Alice Hirschel, PhD

"Sleep is a complex phenomenon and that impacts every aspect of our life. And as a result, every aspect of our life impacts our sleep. Things like stress management, exercise, diet, caffeine intake, and the previous night's sleep all tie into how your current night of sleep is going to go, as well as your mindset, attitudes, and your fears."

Dr. Eileen B. Leary, PhD, RPSGT, RST

"Coaching can help customers bridge the gap in their sleep. Through Proper, they can learn how to improve their sleep, helping them to realize how important their sleep needs are and how specifically they need improvement."

Dr. Ruchir Patel, M.D., MB BCh, FACP

"One of the biggest reasons to consider coaching is because it helps to look at the root of what's driving the sleep disruption rather than just taking things to mask the main issue. It really helps to take 30 minutes to think about what is going on with your sleep and what else you can add to the picture that might enhance the quality of sleep."

Dr. Allison Siebern, PhD, CBSM

“We're seeing an increasing recognition of poor sleep as an epidemic in this country. Unfortunately, it's unlikely that stress will diminish greatly over the next five years, and so there is a need to take a comprehensive approach to sleep, the need to manage stress better and other things related to sleep will only be even more important.”

Dr. Adam Perlman, MD, MPH

"The human body is incredibly complex and sleep is just as complex. I think dietary supplements can supplement or support sleep, but I don't think that it's going to fix everybody's sleep problems. I think that the mental and emotional aspects of a person’s day has as much of a role in their sleep health as the physical aspects."

Dr. Alice Hirschel, PhD

"Sleep is a complex phenomenon and that impacts every aspect of our life. And as a result, every aspect of our life impacts our sleep. Things like stress management, exercise, diet, caffeine intake, and the previous night's sleep all tie into how your current night of sleep is going to go, as well as your mindset, attitudes, and your fears."

Dr. Eileen B. Leary, PhD, RPSGT, RST

"Coaching can help customers bridge the gap in their sleep. Through Proper, they can learn how to improve their sleep, helping them to realize how important their sleep needs are and how specifically they need improvement."

Dr. Ruchir Patel, M.D., MB BCh, FACP

Meet Dr. Allison Siebern, PhD, CBSM

Dr. Allison Siebern, PhD, CBSM, has been working in the field of sleep for over 15 years.

She is an Adjunct Assistant Clinical Professor at the Stanford Sleep Medicine Center, the birthplace of clinical sleep medicine and pioneering sleep research.

She has been a faculty member at Stanford since 2010 where she has treated hundreds of patients with sleep disorders of all ages and also served as the Associate Director and Co-Fellowship Training Director of the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program.

Dr. Siebern is currently Director of the Sleep Health Integrative Program and Neurophysiology Sleep Health Lab at the VA Medical Center in North Carolina where she resides.

Dr. Siebern is board certified in behavioral sleep medicine by the American Board of Sleep Medicine. She was part of the sleep expert team that developed the insomnia treatment training program for the national rollout with the Veterans Health Administration. Dr. Siebern has been published in peer-reviewed journals and interviewed by national media outlets on topics of sleep health.

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