We believe that cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is an effective way of recognizing dysfunctional thoughts and behaviours and training our brains to think in a healthier way. However, these changes can only come with practice. Through our own experiences and those of our friends and family members, we realized that current pen and paper CBT methods do not fit into today's lifestyles. Trying to carry around 8 x 11 sheets of paper at school, at the office, on the subway, or out to dinner feels impossible. Most of the time the exercise sheets just end up forgotten in a desk drawer or the bed side table. We believe that CBT can improve people's mental well-being, but we want to work with therapists to change the way people access and engage with these tools in between sessions. Ultimately, we want to improve the lives of people struggling with their mental health by supporting therapists' practices instead of replacing them.