Meet the Team


Anne Bartolucci, Ph.D., C.B.S.M.

I am a fully licensed clinical psychologist and board-certified Behavioral Sleep Medicine. My previous experience also includes three years as a health psychologist and sleep medicine specialist in a pulmonology/critical care/sleep medicine practice. Being in a medical environment allowed me to observe first-hand the benefits of making small changes toward larger goals. During that time, I worked with patients who suffered from a wide range of sleep disorders, and I co-directed a smoking cessation clinic.

My educational background includes a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and mathematics from Huntingdon College in Montgomery, Alabama, a Master of Science degree in psychology from the University of Georgia, and a doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the University of Georgia. I completed my predoctoral internship at the Central Arkansas Veterans’ Health Administration.

Popular press appearances include consulting on articles for Cosmopolitan magazine,, Readers Digest, and From The Grapevine. I have also been on Fox 5’s “Good Morning Atlanta.”

My professional memberships include the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, Society of Behavioral Sleep Medicine, and Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies.


Julie Grant, Ph.D.

I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia. From there, I attended Georgia State University, earning a master’s degree in counseling. My clinical work during master’s training included specialized training in addictions, Balint group leader and facilitator for medical residents in training, and group therapy. I continued my education in the Counseling Psychology Doctoral program at The University of Miami. My clinical experiences throughout doctoral training included: bereavement work with children, advanced practicum training in the Traumatic Brain Injury unit of the University of Miami’s Jackson Memorial Hospital, individual and group psychotherapy in a community mental health center, as well as a research assistant at the Center for Research at the University of Miami.

Following completion of my doctoral training, I was thrilled to return to Atlanta, my birthplace and a city I love, where I completed my psychology residency at the Atlanta Veteran’s Administration Medical Center. At the VA, I completed rotations in health psychology, addictions, general mental health, and neuropsychology. This journey has now brought me to the Atlanta Insomnia & Behavioral Health Services, where I am a postdoctoral fellow doing clinical work with insomnia patients, completing psychological evaluations for bariatric patients, as well as conducting general psychotherapy for adults.

I am an active member of several professional societies, such as the American Psychological Association, the Georgia Psychological Association, and the National Alliance of Psychology Providers.
When not working to help my patients, I enjoy tennis, yoga, writing, photography, traveling, and spending time with my family. I have a passion for social justice issues, cultural/racial/ethnic identity, and wellness.

Note: Dr. Grant is a post-doctoral fellow, and as such, all her cases are directly supervised by Dr. Bartolucci. So if you see her, you get two doctors for the price of one!

Atlanta Insomnia & Behavioral Health Services is pleased to be partnering with T.D. Wellness to offer integrative services to our clients who want to take a whole-body view of their problems and consult with registered dietitians to see how their relationship with food may affect how they sleep and feel. If you’re interested in a dietary consult, please let the office know. You can reach us at 404-378-0441. To find more about the providers at TD Wellness, you can visit their website.