Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is an effective type of talking therapy used to treat a range of common mental health problems including anxiety, stress, depression, PTSD, OCD, social anxiety, phobias, panic disorders, and more. It is widely used in the NHS to help people find ways to actively change how they feel and behave. CBT addresses your life, here and now, and can make a big difference quite quickly.
Beat anxiety and depression with online CBT on the NHS.
Chat with your therapist from home.
A course of therapy treatment with us is free for NHS patients in many areas of the UK. Check if you are eligible.
Cope better and enjoy your life again.
“I can’t recommend this enough. Positive and thorough. I bought into it despite initial reservations and am thankful that I did. Probably the most powerful thing I have ever been part of. Literally life changing.”
How your online therapy will work
Online CBT is exactly the same as face-to face in almost every way - you will work 1:1 with your therapist but the conversation is typed instead of spoken. Research has shown that people are just as likely to recover this way, and many people have said they found it less daunting and easier to be open. Online CBT is delivered securely through our online therapy platform. At the time of your appointment, you simply log in and speak to your therapist by typing back and forth. Typed conversation removes the pressure of having a face-to-face conversation, and can allow you to express your true, inner feelings. Sessions usually take place once a week and last up to 60 minutes.
We’ll ask you a few questions and allocate you a personal therapist best suited to your needs
Your therapist will work closely with you to break down your problems and help you to change unhelpful thoughts and behaviour patterns to improve the way you feel
You’ll be asked to practice the skills you learn during your appointment between sessions and in your next session you will discuss how you got on in your next session
Stay in touch
With Ieso, you can keep in touch with your therapist in between sessions to share updates and ask questions
Throughout your treatment, your therapist will continue to ask questions about your mood and symptoms to help monitor change and target those areas that are most upsetting and persistent