My colleague at the VA offers a 4-session group addressing this issue specifically. She is not a CFHA member (yet), but in consultation shared that the basic premise focuses on psychoeducation (e.g., benefits of use, common barriers, equipment maintenance), CBT skills around CPAP-specific thoughts (e.g., "I hate this machine"), sleep hygiene and exposure. Anecdotally, results have been positive, particularly with involvement of our sleep clinic to address medical and equipment questions. Unfortunately, she is not aware of any resources available online for specific materials or tools. It may be worth reaching out to the psychology staff at the Augusta VA Medical Center to see if they have anyone specializing in sleep issues/sleep medicine. It's possible that there is an integrated care psychologist at the Lewiston CBOC that might help, as well. Good luck!