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Try a course of 1:1 typed online CBT, offered to you as a complimentary benefit from your employer

Feeling anxious, worried or in a low mood? Talk to a therapist confidentially via online typed messaging.

Sessions are private. Your employer will not know you have accessed this service.

If low mood, anxiety or stress is preventing you from living your life to the fullest then sign up today at no cost to you. Take advantage of this great employee benefit that can improve your quality of life and help you find ways to cope when you feel down, worried or stressed.

Chat 1:1 online with an accredited CBT therapist – no video calls, just typing, so it’s completely private. All you need is a phone, tablet or computer.

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I can't explain how much online CBT has helped me. I'm able to cope with memories that have been restocked and restored. It's changed my life. I now tell anyone suffering to look into online CBT.

Kevin, patient review

What is CBT?

Typed Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is an effective treatment for a range of common mental health problems, including anxiety, stress, depression, PTSD, OCD, social anxiety, phobias, sleep disorders and panic disorders. CBT is widely used in the NHS to help people find ways to actively change how they feel and behave and our online CBT service is delivered by BABCP accredited clinicians.

Learn more about CBT

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Total privacy

Sessions are 100% confidential and your conversations are private. Your employer will not know you have accessed this service. You will talk to your therapist via online messaging so you will not be overheard.

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Flexible appointments

Work late nights or early mornings? Have to take the kids to school? Busy throughout the day with work meetings? Appointments with Ieso are flexible and our therapists work around your schedule. They are available 7 days a week, between 6am -11pm. Sessions are 1:1 and last approximately 30 –60 minutes.

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Bespoke treatment helping you to enjoy your life again

Unlike self-help materials, our clinicians tailor a course of online CBT therapy to suit your needs and leave you with a plan and a host of new skills that can help you stay well, long after treatment is finished.

I had such a positive experience having experienced anxiety for some time. The method of texting was good as it enabled me to have time to consider what I wanted to say and had time to reflect on the replies. The sessions were set at the time of day and pace which suited me. I found that I achieved my goals coming away with an action plan.

Elizabeth, TrustPilot review

What to expect

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Sign-up using your access code

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Complete questionnaires

There are 3 short tick-box questionnaires which shouldn't take you long to complete, and there is one slightly longer self-assessment questionnaire which you'll only complete once. We use the questionnaires to treat you safely and check your treatment is working along the way

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Tell us your availability

Online CBT allows you to book appointments outside of normal working hours, so let us know what works best for your schedule and we’ll make sure we find you a therapist that can see you at the times you need

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Match with your therapist and start therapy

We will find you the best therapist to suit your personal needs. This usually takes no longer than 10 working days, although during extremely busy periods it can take a little longer. Your therapist will work closely with you at weekly online sessions to help you change your thought patterns, practice new ways of thinking, and form new habits that will last

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Keep practising and stay in touch

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. With Ieso, you can keep in touch with your therapist in between sessions to share updates and ask questions

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See results

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

How CBT works

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Separate your thoughts

CBT helps you to deal more positively and objectively with the problems that are overwhelming you by breaking them down into smaller, more digestible chunks.

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Break the cycle

Negative thoughts tend to reinforce each other and form vicious cycles. Your therapist will work closely with you to help you analyse and unlink them. They will interrupt unhelpful patterns and improve the way you feel and cope with different situations or problems.

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Feel better

You will learn new CBT skills that you can apply to your everyday life to prevent your problems from having a negative impact on your life, even after you have completed treatment.

Frequently asked questions

  • Do I have to pay for CBT?

    No. CBT treatments from Ieso is part of your company’s health and wellbeing benefits for their employees.

  • Will my employer and colleagues know I am having CBT?

    Not at all, treatment with Ieso is strictly confidential. Your conversations with your therapist and information you supply via the questionaries will not be shared.

  • How does online therapy work?

    Online CBT treatment is exactly the same as face-to-face, you’re still in a 1:1 conversation with a fully qualified therapist the only difference is that your conversation is typed-based using your phone/ tablet or computer. It’s exactly like chatting via a messenger service you would use with friends. You don't need to be brilliant at spelling or worry about using the correct grammar.

  • Where do the CBT sessions take place?

    As the sessions take place online, you can type with your therapist on a day and time that suits you. There is no travelling involved.

  • How flexible are the appointments?

    Our appointments are flexible to work around you and your daily commitments. You can book your appointment to chat with your therapist after work in the evening, first thing in the morning or even at weekends. We have appointments available every day from 6am through to 11pm.

  • How long is a course of CBT treatment?

    An average course is made up of 8-12 CBT sessions lasting up to 60 minutes each. We recommend having CBT weekly sessions.

  • What happens in between sessions?

    There will be some additional contact from your therapist in between sessions and homework, which your therapist will review with you during your next appointment. Homework is an essential part of CBT; it will consist of small tasks to support the work you do with your therapist during your appointments.

  • What is your privacy policy and how will my data be used?

    To view our privacy policy notice terms and information on how your data is used for research, please click the links below:

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