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Therapy tools: practice exercises during session and send automatic reminders

Practice exercises with clients, schedule reminders, and review results

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Written by Thi-ly Hayes
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Therapy Tools grants providers access to a comprehensive library of therapeutic exercises, enriching both in-person and telehealth sessions with clients. This feature enables providers to actively engage in skill-building exercises alongside their clients, fostering collaboration and understanding before assigning them as independent activities. Additionally, providers have the flexibility to send any exercise or activity as an automatic reminder, encouraging clients to complete them between sessions. By leveraging Therapy Tools, providers can enhance the therapeutic journey, promote skill development, and reinforce progress even outside the session environment.

This article covers the available exercises, practicing them with clients, scheduling automatic reminders, and reviewing completed exercise results.

Available exercises

The expansive library of therapeutic exercises in Therapy Tools comprises 38 distinct exercises thoughtfully organized into 7 comprehensive categories. Covering a wide range of techniques, from deep breathing exercises to cognitive reframing strategies, these exercises provide you with a diverse toolkit to practice essential skills alongside your clients during their sessions.

Practice exercises during sessions

By following these straightforward steps, you can seamlessly integrate therapeutic exercises into your live sessions, facilitating active participation and promoting meaningful progress with your clients.

  1. Start the call with your client to begin the session

  2. Launch therapy tools while you are on a call. If you are unsure how to do this, refer to this help article for detailed guidance.

  3. On the left sidebar of therapy tools, locate and select Practice

  4. From the available exercises, choose the exercise you wish to practice. It will automatically load for you.

  5. Collaboratively work through the exercise together with your client, leveraging the interactive features provided by Therapy Tools.

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Send exercises as automatic reminders

After practicing an exercise with a client during a session, you may want to encourage them to continue practicing the skill at home. offers a convenient solution to promote adherence by enabling you to set up automatic reminders. To configure a reminder, simply follow these steps:

  1. On the left sidebar of therapy tools, navigate to the Practice section.

  2. From the list of available exercises, choose the specific exercise you wish to set up as a reminder.

  3. In the bottom right-hand corner, click on the Remind button.

  4. Click on the underlined text indicating the day and time to schedule the assessment. Please note that scheduling can only be done up to 7 days in advance.

  5. Confirm the name of your patient for whom the reminder is intended.

  6. To select the preferred mode of communication (text or email), click on the underlined text.

  7. Once you have reviewed the details, click Confirm. Your automatic reminder will be sent to your client as scheduled, ensuring they receive it at the designated day and time.

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Review completed exercises

Once an exercise is completed by a client, the results of the exercise is stored in your account. To review adherence and details of the exercises, follow these steps:

  1. Open therapy tools and select the client you wish to monitor

  2. On the left sidebar, click on the Review option

  3. In the center section, you will find three tabs. Choose the Self-monitoring and Exercises tab

  4. Utilize the timeline selection to review exercises within different timeframes: past week, 30 days, 90 days, 180 days, or past year.

  5. Review self-monitoring activities on the graph, and easily sort them based on emotions, thoughts, behaviors, or distressing situations.

  6. Scroll down to review completed exercises, and filter them by the exercise type.

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