Dr. Nicole Moshfegh
Dr. Nicole Moshfegh is a licensed clinical and health service psychologist, published author, and an Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine University. She maintains a private practice in Los Angeles, where she specializes in comprehensive psychodiagnostic assessments and psychotherapy for sleep, mood, anxiety, and trauma-related disorders in diverse populations. Additionally, Dr. Moshfegh leads research on physician well-being, collaborates on insomnia research, and provides teaching and supervision to doctoral-level psychology trainees at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.
She completed her clinical internship and postdoctoral fellowships at the UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, received her Doctoral and Master's degrees from Pepperdine University in clinical psychology, and her Bachelor's degree from UC Irvine in psychology and social behavior. Dr. Moshfegh has published and presented at conferences in the areas of insomnia, well-being, resilience, multicultural competence, and mindfulness-based interventions. She regularly appears as an expert psychologist in the media and is the author of The Book of Sleep: 75 Strategies to Relieve Insomnia.