Getting started with Therapist Aid

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Therapist Aid creates a wide variety of tools for mental health professionals. It’s our mission to provide high-quality content, tools, and a community that supports mental health professionals and their clients.  

Creating an Account 

Becoming a member will give you access to more tools and features. Visit our plans page to learn more about the benefits of membership, pricing, and more. 

Become a Member

What We Offer 

We create therapy tools designed to help you carry out research-based therapy interventions. The types of tools we offer include… 

  • Worksheets: Printable info sheets, activities, and more. 
  • Interactive tools: Activities completed on your device including games, audio, quizzes, stories, and more. 
  • Videos: Educational video materials for therapists and their clients. 
  • Guides: Education for mental health professionals, such as therapy techniques, interventions, and more. 
  • Articles: Education about mental health topics for clients and professionals. 

Finding the Right Therapy Tool 

There’s no need to keep folders and folders of worksheets on your desktop. We've made it easy to find exactly the tool you need, when you need it. 

The Therapist Aid website is organized by content types (worksheets, interactives, videos, guides, and articles). Begin by selecting your preferred content type from the top navigation bar. After selecting a content type, the filters on the left side of the screen will further narrow the content items by topic and demographic. 

Read our filtering therapy tools article to learn more.

If you have a good idea of what you’re looking for, Therapist Aid’s site search is the best way to find it. Search will allow you to browse all content types at once. Try search terms such as “CBT worksheets,” “anger spanish,” or “anxiety education.” 

Can’t find what you’re looking for? We’re always interested in hearing your thoughts, or what you need. Contact us with your ideas. 

Using Therapist Aid Tools 

Our tools are not designed to replace therapy. They’re designed to make you the best therapist possible. To learn about using our tools, check out our help articles on interactive therapy tools and worksheets.

Still need help? See related help articles below or contact us
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