A native of  Columbus, Ohio, Martha Hagaman, MD completed her medical degree at the The Ohio State University followed by an internship at The University of South Carolina Medical Center. She then completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Ohio State University.   Dr. Hagaman worked as clinical faculty of Internal Medicine at the Department of Veterans Affairs in Columbus and served as a Clinical Assistant Professor at The Ohio State University College of Medicine.

Dr. Hagaman’s focus on sleep began during her Pulmonary Fellowship at Vanderbilt University, where she trained in Sleep Medicine and Pulmonary.  Following her training  she joined Sleep Medicine Associates in the Nashville area. She then obtained additional pediatric sleep experience at Yale University. She continued her sleep interest at the NIH in Bethesda, Maryland.   Dr. Hagaman returned to Middle Tennessee to serve as the Medical Director at the Children’s Sleep Institute in Nashville. Since that time, she has focused on treating chronic insomnia, sleep apnea, and other sleep-related complications.

She currently serves as the lead physician of Sleep Medicine Associates, with offices located in Franklin and Pleasant View where she continues to specialize in narcolepsy, parasomnias, insomnia, sleep apnea and other related disorders in both children and adults. The Ohio Medical Board and the Tennessee Medical Board have licensed Dr. Hagaman for over twenty years. Since early 2000, she has been a Diplomate of the American Board of Sleep Medicine. She has lectured about sleep medicine, pharmaceuticals, and research across the country and has been published multiple articles.

Terre Grable, LPC-MHSP received her undergraduate degree from Taylor University in Indiana and received her graduate degree in Counseling from Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville.   Her clinical training includes inpatient and outpatient treatment centers, incarceration settings including The Criminal Justice Center in Nashville, The Guidance Center, Lloyd C. Elam Mental Health Center at Meharry Medical College, and Vanderbilt University.

Terre has been in the helping profession for more than 25 years.  She has co-authored psychoeducational coparenting  classes, and her practice publications have been featured in The American Counseling Association Counseling Today.

Since joining the office of Martha Hagaman, MD at Sleep Medicine Associates, Terre utilizes CBTI (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia) to assist patients struggling with insomnia and other sleep disorders. She is a member of the American Counseling Association and The Society of Behavioral Sleep Medicine.

CBTI is recommended as the first line treatment of insomnia.  Utilizing this evidence based approach, Terre enjoys helping patients overcome sleepless nights, impairment to their daily functioning and assist them in regaining lost ground for optimal emotional and physical health.