Trouble relaxing or sleeping? Suffering from gloomy complaints? Or do you want to live a healthier life? Our modules and other tools can help you gain more insight into your complaints and deal with them better.
For example, our modules contain explanations, videos and illustrations, exercises and examples. With our diaries/trackers you can record your thoughts and memories on a daily basis. This gives you insight into patterns and progress. Action plans help you to set and achieve concrete goals. And finally, there are a number of questionnaires available that your therapist could use.
Our catalogue contains more than 150 modules. View our full range of modules and other tools on our website(Opens in new window). Do you see an interesting module or other tool? Ask your therapist if they are available.
Modules can be added to your account by therapists. You can find this on the homepage.
If you click on 'Open overview' (top left) unfold the table of contents of the module. This way you can easily and quickly scroll through the module.
In addition, there are often selfhelp modules available that you can start yourself from the 'Catalogue'.
Click on 'View' to read more about the module or the diary/tracker. Click on 'Start'; if you want to start the module or diary/tracker.
Did you accidentally click on the wrong module? Don't worry, you can easily archive the module via your homepage. Read on this page more about archiving modules.(Opens in new window)
You go through a module independently or with the guidance of your therapist. If your therapist supervises the module, there may be a number of sending moments in the module. Your answers will be sent to the therapist. Your therapist can then provide feedback. Once you have received the feedback you can continue with the module.
Once you submit your answers, you can no longer make changes. Your therapist will not see your responses until you submit them.
Do you have a question for your therapist about the module? Then you can easily start a conversation within the module. To do so, click on the 'conversation cloud'. Your guiding therapist will be notified that you have sent a message. Feedback moments are also a conversation. You can therefore find the conversations of the feedback moments under 'Contact'.
Do you receive help from multiple therapists and are they connected to your account? Then they can see the conversations within the module. Would you prefer a one-to-one conversation with your guiding therapist? Then start a conversation with your therapist from 'Contact' (or Home page). This conversation is private between you and your therapist.
Check 'Participants' within the module to see who has visibility into the module and conversations.
This functionality is only available for modules that can be created on both the web and the Minddistrict app.
Have you come across helpful tips? Have you found a useful video that you want to watch more often or would you like to easily go back to that one exercise? You have the option to mark pages as favorites in modules. Favorite pages are collected together on your homepage or in the Minddistrict app under 'Profile'. This way you can quickly find your favorites.
You can find your favorite pages on the web on your homepage.
You can find your favorite pages in the Minddistrict app under your profile.
Everyone does ehealth in their own way and at their own pace. Many modules contain 'Optional exercises'. These are bits within the module that you could also skip if you wanted to.
Note! Once you skip these optional exercises then you can't go back to them.
Yes, you can print modules, diaries/trackers and other information from your browser. How this works exactly differs per browser. In many browsers you do this by right-clicking on your screen and then selecting 'Print'.
You may not distribute these printed pieces! Also keep in mind that your information is stored securely within Minddistrict. When you print it, your information is no longer within the secure environment.
The diary/tracker is a tool that allows you to record your thoughts and memories on a daily basis. This gives you insight into patterns and progress. There are several ways to start a diary/tracker:
- You can start your own diary/tracker from the catalogue.
- A diary/tracker can be activated automatically from a module you are working in.
- A diary/tracker can be activated for you by your supervisor or therapist.
If you log in via the web, you have the option to adjust the date and time of filling in. This is useful, for example, if you forgot to fill in your diary/tracker yesterday.
Did you accidentally click on the wrong diary/tracker? Don't worry, you can easily archive the diary/tracker via your homepage. Read on this page more about archiving diaries/trackers.(Opens in new window)
You can also use diaries/trackers on the Minddistrict app. You can then get reminders to complete your diary/tracker. These reminders are sent in the form of push notifications.
Are you no longer receiving push notifications? Ask your therapist to adjust the task schedule. Your therapist can find more information about the task planning on this support page for therapists.(Opens in new window)
Plans or schemas are a tool that you can complete alongside modules and diaries/trackers on a variety of complaints. Several plans or schemas are available, such as the signalling plan. The signalling plan identifies your stress factors. But there are also if/then plans available to help you set realistic goals, practice plans to practice difficult situations or schema therapy to help you break persistent patterns.
The schemas/plans are at the top of your homepage for easy access. You can always modify your plans/schemas. Moreover, you can work with plans/schedules using the Minddistrict app!
Above your homepage in Minddistrict or via the web, click on your schema or plan. Fill in your plan or schema and click 'Save'. Your therapist(s) can view your plans/schemas.
In a number of modules you have the opportunity to draw up an action plan. An action plan allows you to create a personal goal to work towards and track and review your progress. If you come across an action plan in a module, you will find it on your homepage.
To make an action plan, first set an achievable goal for yourself. Make your goal as specific as possible. You can ask your therapist to help you with this. In addition, select an end date and click 'Save'.
You always have the option to adjust your goal (in the meantime). You can also stop a plan and enter your progress at any time.
You will be regularly reminded to track your progress. Write down the first steps you took to reach your goal. Move the progress bar one dot forward. You can see that a plant is slowly starting to grow. This plant symbolizes your growth in the process. Steps to achieve a goal don't have to be big. In fact, a goal is more likely to succeed if you take smaller steps!
A screening is a questionnaire and can be activated by your therapist. With the help of a questionnaire you can measure how you are doing. You can find the screening on the homepage in your platform.
You can only do a screening via the web platform and not in the Minddistrict app.
You can save a questionnaire in the meantime if you want to take a break and continue later. To do this, use the 'Save in the meantime' at the bottom of the page.
A monitoring consists of one or more questionnaires. By completing the questionnaires at several times, you can see your own progress. When a new monitoring is prepared for you, you will receive an email notifying you that you have received a new measurement moment. You will also receive a task on your task list with which you can start completing the questionnaires.
You have two weeks to complete the questionnaires.
Measuring moments that you have previously entered can always be viewed via your homepage.
You can only create a monitoring via the web platform and therefore not in the Minddistrict app.
Minddistrict develops its tools based on evidence-based guidelines and in direct collaboration with clients and therapists.