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🪲 Notifications bugs resolved

We received reports from a few therapists who noticed that notifications seemed to have stopped working for some of their patients. This affected iPhone, Android, and Email notifications intermittently. We were able to find the issues and resolved them.

Reflective in collaboration with Rabbi Dr. Avidan Milevsky of the Department of Psychology at Ariel University in Israel is seeking US mental health professionals to participate in a brief study on the use of an online tool for therapy management and therapeutic outcomes enhancement.

Participation entails gaining free access to the tool, using the tool at your convenience for an 8-week trial period, then answering a short questionnaire at the end of the trial period about the tool. Participants will receive compensation.

For more information and to join the study please click link below:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfCoXpHlhnr2E-AEqeKj8vAc1HaVoOo0cwl7ggk-6tnNRF9pg/viewform

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(Research study) Seeking US-based mental health professionals

Reflective in collaboration with Rabbi Dr. Avidan Milevsky of the Department of Psychology at Ariel University in Israel is seeking US mental health professionals to participate in a brief study on the use of an online tool for therapy management and therapeutic outcomes enhancement.

Participation entails gaining free access to the tool, using the tool at your convenience for an 8-week trial period, then answering a short questionnaire at the end of the trial period about the tool. Participants will receive compensation.

For more information and to join the study please click link below:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfCoXpHlhnr2E-AEqeKj8vAc1HaVoOo0cwl7ggk-6tnNRF9pg/viewform

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Multi-Language Support and 4 New Assignments Added

Multi-Language support, bug fixes, behavioral activation and written exposure assignments added. Reflective in collaboration with Rabbi Dr. Avidan Milevsky of the Department of Psychology at Ariel University in Israel is seeking US mental health professionals to participate in a brief study on the use of an online tool for therapy management and therapeutic outcomes enhancement.

Participation entails gaining free access to the tool, using the tool at your convenience for an 8-week trial period, then answering a short questionnaire at the end of the trial period about the tool. Participants will receive compensation.

For more information and to join the study please click link below:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfCoXpHlhnr2E-AEqeKj8vAc1HaVoOo0cwl7ggk-6tnNRF9pg/viewform

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Download Free CBT Thought Record Worksheets

Download our free Thought Record Worksheets. We have two versions of thought record: a light version for introducing the activity to new patients, and a comprehensive one. These PDFs are invaluable tools for both therapists and patients, aiding in the exploration of thought patterns and behaviors.

Thought Records, also known as Cognitive Diaries and Thought Diaries, have their roots in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT). CBT itself was developed in the 1960s by Dr. Aaron T. Beck, who believed that our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are interconnected. Dr. Beck proposed that by changing negative thought patterns, we could change our feelings and behaviors. Thought Records became a tool to help individuals identify, challenge, and modify these negative thought patterns.

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Introduction to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

We created a free CBT email course for therapists

Get access to the free Cognitive Behavioral Therapy email course for therapists. One module a week, delivered directly to your inbox. Many therapists begin their careers with a foundation in one modality, be it psychodynamic, humanistic, or any of the myriad other approaches available. As they progress in their careers, they often encounter clients or situations that require a different set of tools. This is where the importance of learning multiple modalities comes into play.

CBT, with its structured, goal-oriented approach, offers therapists a concrete framework to help clients identify and challenge negative thought patterns and behaviors. For therapists who started in other modalities, understanding CBT can provide a fresh perspective and an additional set of techniques to integrate into their practice.

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Get the Free Socratic Questions PDF Worksheet

Download our free Socratic Questions Worksheet. Socratic questioning is an invaluable tool for both therapists and patients, aiding in the exploration of thought patterns and behaviors.

In cognitive psychology, asking questions is not just about seeking answers. It’s about getting a client to build self-awareness, challenge their own beliefs, and promote personal growth. One technique used in this context is Socratic questioning, a method named for Socrates, the ancient Greek philosopher, which aids patients in cognitive restructuring.

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