Therapy Notebooks

4.33 β€’ 3 Ratings

Our guided notebooks help you learn and practice evidence-based mental health tools. Made by therapists, based in research.

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Founded
February 2020
Launched
June 2020
Headquarters
New York, US
Founders
Varshil Patel
Wesley Zhao
Founder attributes
Asian-founded
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4.3
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3 months ago
Experience

The feeling after journaling is really calming, and I think journaling on physical paper is much more effective than on a screen. I especially like the snippets of information from therapists in this notebook and come back to them often. I love that I can use it completely on an as-needed basis.

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Make international shipping cheaper :)

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3 months ago
Experience

I think the science behind it is super helpful, but it's tough to get in the habit of using the journal. The notebook itself is really nice and looks really classy.

Feedback

I wish there were different sections to it - one section that's a daily journaling thing and then one that's an "in the moment" thing

3 months ago
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Experience

I think it's a great idea and is grounded in some thoughtful science around cognitive behavioral therapy.

Feedback

Majority of the notebook is the same template repeatedly and is meant to be used situationally - aka whenever you're feeling anxious. I think it could be a lot more powerful (and habit building) if it was something that guided to daily use. Text is also a bit teeny tiny.

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