Hello, I am Dr Louise Baker-Martins, a Chartered Clinical Psychologist providing therapeutic and educational sleep services to promote mental health and well-being. I am passionate about helping people to experience the restorative benefits of good sleep for the mind and body.

When people struggle with poor sleep or insomnia this impacts mood, cognition and behaviour. In turn, quality of life, relationships and work performance are affected. Through a comprehensive assessment process, my role is to make sense of clients’ unique experiences and to provide evidence-based interventions tailored to individual needs.

My approach is shaped from both a research PhD in this field and clinical experience across NHS services. I work in a collaborative and compassionate way, which may involve Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for insomnia (CBT-I), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Therapy for Insomnia and Compassion-Focussed Therapy.

I work with individuals where poor sleep is the primary problem, and where there are co-existing mental and physical health struggles. In alignment, the mind and body will naturally co-create the ‘sleep sweet-spot’, without effort or intention.

I offer in-person appointments in south-east Wiltshire and online. 

Dr Louise Baker-Martins DClinPsy, CPsychol, PhD

“Love and pain and work should all sleep now.
The night turns on its invisible wheels…”

– Pablo Neruda



Sleep resources and support

Workshops for health, education and business

Community work


  • COVID 19: Surviving The Perfect Sleep Storm

    In collaboration with the team at HerHampshire. The published article can be found here. This prolonged period of adversity and uncertainty has stirred up the perfect sleep storm. The pandemic has affected multiple aspects of our lives and one in four people are currently suffering with insomnia symptoms associated with …Read More
  • Boost Your Healthy Eating Plan in the New Year with Better Sleep

    “A Sleep Deprived Body Will Cry Famine in the Midst of Plenty” Weight loss goals are the focus for many in the New Year, particularly after the indulgences of the festive season. Sadly, early gains are often short-lived; the battle with food an ongoing struggle, more challenging and demoralising as …Read More

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Dr Louise Baker-Martins

Tel. 07377 416 608