Bei Bei


  • 18 Innovation Walk Clayton Campus, Monash University



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Personal profile


Dr Bei Bei is an NHMRC Health Professional Research Fellow at Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health, Clinical Psychologist and Research Lead at Monash University Healthy Sleep Clinic, and Honorary Senior Research Fellow at Centre for Women's Mental Health, Royal Women's Hospital. She holds a Doctor of Psychology (Clinical) and a PhD from University of Melbourne. Her research and clinical work focus on the individual differences in sleep-wake behaviours, the relationship between sleep and mental health, and psychological interventions for better sleep. 

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Research interests

  • Nature and mechanisms of sleep and circadian rhythm disorders;
  • Interventions for sleep and circadian rhythm disorders, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia;
  • The psychological and behavioural aspects of sleep and wake behaviours;
  • The relationship between sleep and mental health (e.g., mood, anxiety, and other psychiatric symptoms/disorders);
  • Sleep and wake behaviours in adolescents, including the effects of restricted and extended sleep opportunities on adolescents' wellbeing;
  • Sleep in women, including interventions to improve sleep and wellbeing during pregnancy and postpartum periods.

Monash teaching commitment

PSY4270 - Psychological Assessment and Intervention

PSY3320 - Sleep and Circadian Rhythms

Clinical activities

Clinical Psychologist at Monash University Healthy Sleep Clinic

Research area keywords

  • Sleep
  • clinical psychology
  • insomnia
  • mood
  • adolescents
  • women's health
  • circadian rhythm
  • Sleep disorders


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