How a Summarizer Tool Can Help Therapists in Research and Writing Articles

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A summarizer tool can condense the given text by only using core ideas or main points. It is mostly used by people who deal with written information, and therapists are one of those.

If you search for something related to therapy on Google Scholar, the articles you will meet with will most likely be written by verified therapists. This means that there’s a chance those therapists would’ve researched clinical topics and then written those articles.

A summarizing tool can help them efficiently perform both of these tasks in a number of ways. In this article, we are going to discuss those ways in detail, so stick around with us till the end.

Ways Through Which a Summarizer Can Assist Therapists in Both Research & Writing

Below are some of the major ways through which an AI summarizer tool can help therapists to efficient medical research and writing articles.

By enabling them to quickly perform data analysis

The rule of thumb for performing effective research is to read data or information as much as possible. This also applies to therapists. However, the problem is that skimming through lengthy medical articles will require a good amount of time and effort, leaving no energy or motivation for writing.

Fortunately, a summarizing tool can fix this. Let us explain how; such a tool operates on a diverse set of algorithms that quickly analyzes the lengthy data or information and then provides only the main points that deliver the same meaning as its original variant.

So, instead of manually reading medical articles, therapists can condense them with the tool, and get familiar with the required information quickly.

Example with Demonstration:

We provided a medical article “The Role of Psycho-Analysis in Therapy” to an AI summarizer to see how it provides a short version. Check the example below to see how the tool has efficiently extracted all the main points from the given article. This is how therapists can quickly get familiar with the core meaning of online articles without reading them as a whole.

By providing them assistance in writing concise abstracts, intro & conclusion

When it comes to writing medical articles, therapists also have to write an abstract, introduction, and conclusion.

The abstract provides a brief overview of the entire article, whereas the introduction addresses the topic and explains what kind of information will be covered. Finally, the conclusion efficiently summarizes the entire article. These three have one thing in common and that is concision.

However, therapists may struggle to keep all these elements short and to the point. And even if they do, a good amount of their time and effort will be served. In such a scenario, a summarizer can help.

You can provide your entire medical article to it, and the tool will create a summary that you can use as an abstract. When it comes to introduction and conclusion, it will quickly shorten them by eliminating unnecessary details.


We provided a lengthy introduction to the article “Benefits of Different Therapy Approaches.” Check the image attached below to see how the summarizing tool provided a concise and to-the-point intro.

As you can see, the tool has turned the lengthy introduction into a short one without compromising its original meaning and quality.

By preventing redundancy in the overall article

Therapists are not writers by profession. This increases the chances of mistakes in their content. One of these is redundancy which refers to the repetition of the same ideas or words, either intentionally or unintentionally.

This will not only affect the overall quality of the article but also make it unnecessarily lengthy. So, if you are a therapist who is facing a writing redundancy issue, then instead of manually devoting time and effort to finding repetitive parts and removing them, you should utilize the power of summarizer.

It will quickly scan the given article, identify the repetitive words and sentences, and provide output by eliminating them. For a demonstration of all this, check out the example below.


We provided an article with the topic “Effective Stress Management Strategies” to the summarizing tool. The article contains some repetitive sentences, check the picture below to see how it has eliminated the redundancy.

Our given article was “485-words” long, whereas the output article is “422-words,” indicating that all the writing redundancy has been eliminated. Shorter articles are important for therapist marketing.

Final Words

A summarizing tool can be a handy tool for therapists who want to distribute knowledge about their field through content. The AI tool will not only assist them in performing quick research from other medical articles online but can also help them in writing their own articles. In this post, we have explained how a summarizer does so with proper examples, hope you will find the information valuable.

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About the Author:

Greg Goodman

As a therapist business coach, web designer, copywriter, and marketing expert, Greg has been helping mental health professionals get a steady stream of clients they love since 2006.

In his career, Greg has helped everyone from associates to established solo partners, group practices, and beyond. He even had a 6-year stint as the head of a large mental health clinic in San Francisco where he kept 43 caseloads full.

In addition to his work helping therapists, Greg is a passionate photographic storyteller, traveler, husband, father, and human being dedicated to personal growth and making the world a better place.

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