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Life is uncertain right now, with lockdowns, quarantines and restrictions.

If you are struggling with mood, anxiety or other difficulties with your mental health, please know that our 700 BABCP accredited therapists are ready to treat you safely online. Though it may not feel like a good time right now, it’s very important that you come forward for help.

Sign up for treatment now before your symptoms develop further and let’s get you feeling better quickly.

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I was dubious as to how online CBT could help me but it’s totally changed my life

Why choose to do online CBT with Ieso?

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Flexible appointments to suit you

We know that you're busy, that's why we have appointments available from 6am - 11pm, seven days a week.

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Therapy is free on the NHS

NHS patients can use our service for free. You can also expect to start therapy within 5 working days from completing your account.

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Completely private

With no video calls and only typing, you can chat directly to your accredited CBT therapist in private from home.

How to get started

Complete your questionnaires
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Check you're eligible and sign-up

Find out if online CBT is available in your area, and sign up for a course of treatment.

Get matched with an Ieso therapist
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Complete questionnaires and get matched to a therapist

We just need some information from you at the start to help us to treat you safely and check your treatment is working along the way. Once we have this, you’ll quickly be introduced to your therapist to get started.

Do therapy from home
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Start therapy

Your therapist will work closely with you at weekly online sessions to help you change your thought patterns, practice new ways of

Help with lockdown and changing restrictions

When government guidelines change or you suddenly have to self-isolate, it can turn your life around in a single day. Here are our tips from experienced therapist, Joanne, for coping when things change fast… We’ve included the top five and you can access the full set below.

  1. Nearly every aspect of life is different at the moment. We will all be coping in different ways. Acknowledge how you are feeling; there are no “right” or “wrong” emotions
  2. In order to cope with the huge amount of uncertainty – try to notice and focus on what is more certain and under your control
  3. Focus on activities you CAN do at the moment and if there are activities that you are unable to do, think about what you valued in those activities and consider other alternative activities that are in line with that value.
  4. Ask yourself “what kind of person do I want to be in this situation?”
  5. Ground yourself in the current situation, taking things one day at a time, however, do make plans for coping if you identify difficult upcoming situations

More help with work and finances

Many IAPT services (providers of local mental health provision in your area) have specialist Employment Advisors who can help you return to work, keep your job or find new work if you have had challenges with your mental health. Specialists provide practical advice and the service is free, informal and supportive.

You can search for your local IAPT service here as a starting point to discovering what help might be available to you. Try googling your local IAPT service name together with “employment advisor” if you can’t find anything on your local IAPT website.

In an emergency
Call 111 - if you urgently need medical help or advice but it is not a life threatening situation
Call 999 - if you or anyone else is in immediate danger or harm
Call the Samaritans 24 hours a day on 116 123