I am on UCLA's referral list of practitioners that treat Insomnia in the greater Los Angeles area. 

When working with insomnia I primarily use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), which is a structured approach to identifying and eliminating the problematic neurological associations that are interfering with quality sleep. This is usually enough to get one's sleep pattern moving in the right direction. 

In order to enhance treatment outcomes I usually blend CBTI-I with mindfulness based stress reduction (MBSR), biofeedback, and hypnotherapy. In some rare cases insomnia is being driven by unresolved emotions related to past traumas and in these cases I use emotion-focused interventions to help patients work through the the emotional complexes that were getting in the way of quality sleep. 

When patients are adherent with treatment recommendations they quickly see improvements and in the vast majority of cases the insomnia completely resolves.