Clinical Use

Learn more about using Bi-Tapp in a clinical setting

In-Person Therapy

Therapist-Controlled BLS

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Client-Controlled BLS

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Therapist-Controlled BLS

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BLS = Bilateral Stimulation

Why are providers choosing Bi-Tapp?

  • Tappers are Bluetooth: best product on the market
  • Once the tappers are paired to the Bi-Tapp App, they stay connected to the App while in use
  • You get to customize the rate of speed and the rate of intensity, no pre-set settings
  • Great product design: you can hold them or wear them on your wrists or in your socks
  • Battery life is over 60 hours per charge
  • Therapist can control the tapping for in-person or Teletherapy sessions

Bi-Tapp App

Free App for both Apple and Android devices

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In-Person Therapy

  • Pair the tappers to your phone
  • Select the rate of speed and intensity of the bilateral tapping using the Bi-Tapp App
  • Start and stop the tappers in between sets one of two ways:
    1. Use the start/stop button on the App
    2. Your client can quickly press the button on one of the tappers to stop the tapping and then quickly press the button again to start the tapping.

See instructional videos on the “help” page for additional information


Teletherapy Sessions

Teletherapy sessions: Your client will need to purchase the Bi-Tapp kit or have access to the tappers. 

  • The client will download the free Bi-Tapp App on their iOS (Apple) or Android device.
  • Your client will pair their tappers to the Bi-Tapp.
  • For an EMDR teletherapy session, the client will adjust the rate of speed and rate of intensity of the bilateral tapping through the App. This can be likened to a client manually tapping for an EMDR teletherapy session, except the tappers do the bilateral tapping for you.

See instructional videos on the “help” page for additional information


Teletherapy Sessions

Bi-Tapp and remotEMDR

To use this teletherapy platform, the therapist must sign up with remotEMDR and pay the monthly subscription fee.

The integration of Bi-Tapp and remotEMDR is available for both Apple and Android devices.

  • Your client will need tappers
  • Your client will need to pair the tappers to the Bi-Tapp App
  • Then, click on this link for full instructions to set up the remotEMDR/Bi-Tapp integration for a Teletherapy session.

Have any questions? Contact us!

For more details on Bi-Tapp and its integration with remotEMDR, contact us at customerservice@bi-tapp.com or remotEMDR at info@remotEMDR.com.

Learn more about using remotEMDR with Bi-Tapp by watching this video

“I use RemotEMDR + Bi-Tapp online which has audio drums and other instruments, music, or nature sounds for bilateral stimulation. RemotEMDR also has a visual component with balls that move in many directions and the Bi-Tapp(ers). You have to get permission from your client to control the tappers during the session through RemotEMDR. Your client does have to be able to download the app onto their phone to give you permission. The tappers can be worn on their wrists, or can be in their hands and are cordless. I’ve had a good experience with these over this past year and clients seem to really like the tappers.”


Susana, LCSW Certified EMDR therapist


Personally & Professionally I have seen the positive impact of using Bi-Tapps! I wear them on the way home from work & find I am more centered & relaxed & not thinking as much about the day behind me.

I have also noticed how they help me sustain concentration! I have seen their benefits in reducing anxiety, improving sleep patterns & increasing the ability to manage pain. It is truly remarkable to just be able to put them on & let the gentle pulsing help the nervous system to reset. I take them everywhere I go!

– Dr. Sara Gilman, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist for 35 years, a former FireFighter & active athlete, she is passionate about bringing hope & healing to her clients, and empowering her team of EMDR Clinicians at Coherence Associates, to thrive in the work they do.

I primarily use tapping on my clients as the means of providing bilateral stimulation. I like the freedom it gives my clients to physically move as they need to, and it enables them to have their eyes open or closed during processing.

I prefer Bi-Tapp pulsers for offering bilateral stimulation for clients who do not want to be personally tapped, and for remote sessions. I find the Bi-Tapp pulsers to be the most natural feeling and non-intrusive alternatives for bilateral stimulation. I have clients either put them under their legs, in their socks, they can hold them, or wear them with wristbands.

People I’ve referred to bi-tapp.com have reported the company was easy to work with, and responsive to needs and questions. I highly recommend this product, and regularly refer therapists in the somatic EMDR trainings I offer.

– Craig Penner, MFT, has been practicing since 1982, and specializes in experiential, process-oriented somatic therapy, blended with EMDR. He has conducted his Natural Processing Trainings across the country and in Canada since 2014.

A Calming Resource

Is bilateral stimulation safe as a stand alone resource?

The short answer is “yes”.

Mark Grant, MA is a clinical psychologist, research, author and EMDR consultant. He served as the chairperson of the EMDR Association of Australia from 2000-2008. His research and the Apps he has developed focus on bilateral tones. Mark has been teaching since the 1990’s that bilateral tones are a safe, effective resource for the majority of people. His website is overcomingpain.com. He shares how bilateral tones reduce anxiety, reduce chronic pain and improves sleep. Bilateral tapping simply gives you another option to achieve these same results.

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