The therapist dashboard provides an overview and allows patients to be assigned different therapy activities.


Psychological assessments or clinical questionnaires are key as a basis for diagnosis and for accurate assessment of symptom trajectories for quality assurance purposes.

YLAH offers a range of validated open-source questionnaires in several categories such as:

  • General Health
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Schizophrenia
  • Addictive Disorders
  • Eating Disorders
  • Personality Disorders
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders

Patients are guided through the digital questionnaires and automatically reminded when questionnaires are due at regular intervals. The analysis takes place automatically and is presented in an understandable form.


Interventions or therapeutic exercises are an essential part of therapy and enable patients to actively influence their mental states and find a beneficial way to handle daily life.

Through YLAH, therapists have access to a collection of different interventions that they can assign to patients. However, because therapists often also have a broad methodological toolbox of their own preferred interventions, there is an opportunity to enter and manage their own in a flexible system. Interventions can be tailored to the patient or shared within the team.


Monitoring or diary records of health parameters track relevant behaviors and reflect patients’ actual experiences and habits in their daily lives.

YLAH helps to continuously gather information about how patients think, feel and behave and how this changes over the course of therapy. Monitoring of various health parameters is supported, such as:

  • Well-being
  • Sleep
  • Social bonding
  • Performance

Relevant measurements can be selected and digitally assigned to a patient. Reminders help to record measurements regularly and progression is displayed clearly to gain more insight.

Feedback loop

Feedback on interventions, therapeutic sessions, or other activities allows for continuous exchange about the process experience and corresponding adjustment.

With YLAH, comprehensive feedback can be obtained to best adapt the treatment to the patient. When data is routinely collected and analyzed, it becomes a control system for institutions about the treatments offered and the quality of their services. In the future, this feedback can be used to automatically recommend activities to patients and make online therapy even more efficient.