Thinkaction Merton

We’re proud to announce a new partnership with Thinkaction Merton (mIAPT).

Working in collaboration with Thinkaction Merton (mIAPT), we welcome a new opportunity to provide access to our one-to-one online CBT service as part of this new initiative. You can be in treatment within a week of referring yourself to us.

Who can use the service?

If you feel like you’re struggling with your own emotional health, you can refer yourself now to have live therapy with one of our accredited therapists can help you to understand why you're feeling the way you are and support you to develop new techniques, strategies and processes which will enable you to start feeling better quickly.

In collaboration with Thinkaction Merton (mIAPT), Ieso Digital Health offers a free and confidential service commissioned by the NHS. This service is available to anyone aged 18 (or over) and registered with a GP in Merton.

How do I access therapy in Merton?

You can refer yourself now directly to Ieso without the need to wait for a referral from your GP:

  • Online by visiting our self-refereal page
  • Calling us – 01954 230066 (Monday - Friday, 9am - 5.30pm)

Benefits

Access is simple. You can focus on improving your mental health and not worry about the process.

Appointments can be scheduled for any time of the day, including evenings and weekends, and sessions can be attended from anywhere you have access to the internet, whether this is with a computer, tablet or mobile phone. Talking online can remove the pressure of having a face-to-face conversation, while typing can allow you to gather your thoughts before sending them. Your transcripts from your therapy sessions are saved securely in your online therapy account forever allowing you to look back over sessions and remind yourself of the techniques you've learnt.

In areas where Ieso's services are not currently available, please visit your local IAPT service to learn more about alternative access to treatment and solutions.

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