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Meet the therapists and Patient Services team

Our therapist network

At ieso, we have a network of over 600 fully qualified and accredited therapists and psychological wellbeing practitioners (PWPs).

Here’s what some of the therapists have to say about online therapy

Mel
Mel

CBT Therapist

BABCP Accredited

Specialisms: Sleep concerns, Anxiety/Stress

17 years’ experience

Over 5000 hours of ieso therapy delivered 

Advice I’d give to someone who hasn’t tried online therapy: 

“You should definitely give it a go. Typing allows us to cover loads more than you might imagine and people often feel released from the self-consciousness that can come with other types of treatment. Just the act of typing out their thoughts, feelings and dilemmas helps get things off their chest, and in reading it back, they can have a 'bingo moment' where they might see things from new perspectives.

Amy
Amy

CBT Therapist

BABCP Accredited

Specialisms: Anxiety disorders, Low self-esteem

14 years’ experience

Over 3000 hours of ieso therapy delivered 

 

Advice I’d give to someone who hasn’t tried online therapy: 

"We can all relate to life being hectic, there are often not enough hours in the day. We bring therapy to you, in the comfort of your own home, at a time that works best for you. The messaging system means I hear about your between-session homework experiences and I am at the end of a message to offer you support during the tough times. There’s also a helpful goal setting page we can use together, and you can access the session transcripts whenever you need to."

Emma
Emma

Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner

BABCP Accredited

Specialisms: Long term conditions

13 years’ experience

Over 260 hours of ieso therapy delivered

My thoughts on what typed therapy with ieso is like:


"Typed therapy may sound a little strange at first but soon you’ll realise that you have the convenience of speaking to a real therapist at a time and place that suits you. It can be quick and easy to build a therapeutic relationship and get tools and support to improve your mood."

Jo
Jo

Psychotherapist

BABCP Accredited

Specialisms: Transdiagnostic and process-based therapeutic approaches

12 years’ experience

Over 4000 hours of ieso therapy delivered

My thoughts on what typed therapy with ieso is like:

"There is something so powerful about putting thoughts and feelings into words – getting it ‘out of our heads’ can be the first real step towards developing a different perspective on things. It’s such a bonus to have the session transcripts to re-read too. Typed therapy really provides a wonderful space to reflect and cultivate a new perspective."

Ben
Ben

CBT Therapist

BABCP Accredited

Specialisms: PTSD; Low self-esteem

19 years’ experience

Over 8000 hours of ieso therapy delivered


Advice I’d give to someone who is unsure about starting their first session: 


“The majority of people I have worked with feel significantly better by the end of treatment. It's hard work and takes a lot of time and practice, but if you are willing to give it your all, then there's every chance you will start to enjoy your life again.”

Sam
Sam

CBT Therapist

My thoughts on what typed therapy with ieso is like:

"As human beings, we are not able to remember and retain 100% of conversations or discussions we have with others, including 'traditional' face to face therapy. One of the great advantages of typed therapy is the ability to read back through your entire session transcripts, messages between yourself and your therapist and to even utilise these as part of relapse prevention planning."

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Meet our Patient Services team

Our Patient Services team is always happy to help make your ieso therapy experience as smooth as possible. If you need help at any point, just visit our FAQ page or contact us directly by calling freephone 0800 074 5560.
Available Monday-Friday, 9am-5:30pm

Yasmin

Head of Patient Services

Emma

Patient Services Team Leader

Jay

Patient Services Co-ordinator

Max

Patient Services Co-ordinator

Jade

Patient Services Team Leader

Alex

Patient Services Co-ordinator

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Yasmin

Head of Patient Services

Emma

Patient Services Team Leader

Jay

Patient Services Co-ordinator

Max

Patient Services Co-ordinator

Jade

Patient Services Team Leader

Alex

Patient Services Co-ordinator

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Call 111 if you are experiencing a mental health crisis
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