Debugging the brain: 3 things we look for in a Kip Therapist

At Kip, we often explain that a therapist’s job is to ‘debug’ your brain. In software engineering, debugging means identifying and correcting errors in computer software code. In therapy, your therapist identifies unhealthy patterns in your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors and then works with you to rewire your brain so that it creates better, more helpful ones. Continue reading “Debugging the brain: 3 things we look for in a Kip Therapist”

Why the secret to great therapy is data: Explaining the Kip Experience

This is a guest post by Kip’s Chief Clinical Officer, Dr. Anja Schmitz

We make breakthroughs in therapy when we can discover patterns between what we are doing, thinking, and feeling. We uncover patterns by tracking data: the thoughts, feelings, and actions that we experience every day.

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