These two therapist-approved notebooks use evidence-based tools like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy to guide you and help you find the best path through your difficult moments.
Bridging the gap between research and real life with notebooks that have helped over 140,000 people.
My clients who use Therapy Notebooks are seeing faster improvement in symptoms, deeper, more meaningful personal insights, a more fruitful and deep therapy session as a result of deep thinking.
Hod Tamir, PhD
Therapy Notebooks puts the techniques I use in therapy into the hands of the people that need it. I think access to these skills is really helpful and really powerful.
Diana Hu, PsyD
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This journal is an actual worthwhile investment. Loved by therapists and other mental health professionals, it's a wonderful addition to your self-care routine.
Feeling anxious? Journaling might help. Therapy Notebooks puts mental-health tools in the hands of the people.
We love this concept (and the fact that it was created by licensed professionals), and think it can be extremely helpful in those moments where you feel overwhelmed and just need to talk to someone.
Most self-help notebooks are bad but this one is not. [It's] designed in part with therapists to come up with introspective prompts that can walk you through a spiral. A nice little add to your nightstand.
Make this Instagram-famous Anti-Anxiety Notebook your new best friend. An inexpensive tool for tracking anxious moments and becoming aware of the evil tricks your brain loves to play on your thoughts. The magical part is that each entry feels easier and quicker than the last.
Learn to respond, not react, by reframing your thoughts and feelings with CBT. This guided notebook is designed to help you practice the fundamentals of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to overcome anxious emotions.