What are interactive therapy tools?

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Interactive therapy tools are a powerful and engaging type of tool to enhance your therapy practice. Each interactive tool is like a small app that you can use on your computer, phone, or tablet with the click of a button.  

Types of Interactive Tools  

Audio: Your clients can follow along with professionally recorded audio relaxation tools, including mindfulness exercises, deep breathing, progressive muscle relaxation, visualizations, and more. Each of our audio tools has a generous license that allows you to share MP3 files with your clients so they can practice at home. 

Stories: Our unique and beautifully illustrated stories teach kids about a variety of mental health topics. Each story covers a different subject, such as depression, worry, divorce, and more. Many stories also include accompanying resources, such as unique worksheets and relaxation audio.  

Games: Engage individual clients or groups with mental health games that are designed to teach. Classic games like Bingo are given a mental health twist by including education about topics like self-care and relationship skills.  

Other Activities: We offer a variety of other engaging mental health activities that don’t fit neatly into any other category. These include: 

  • Couples Questions: An icebreaker to get couples talking about their positive experiences together. 
  • Values Assessment.
  • Worry Bugs: 5 educational activities for kids about worry facts, triggers, and coping skills. 
  • …and much more!  

Sharing Interactive Tools with Guests  

Interactives can be used side-by-side with clients, or checked out for guests to use on their own devices. To check out a resource, simply press the "Check Out Tool" button when viewing the landing page of an interactive therapy tool. Send the 5-character code to your guest, along with a link to the code input page (https://www.therapistaid.com/activity). 

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