Our proven method of therapy uses technology to provide choice and convenience for patients.
We demonstrated the effectiveness of delivering therapy through written conversation in a successful clinical trial published in The Lancet.
Therapy delivered using the Ieso method of written conversation has been clinically validated within the United Kingdom’s National Health Service (NHS) to deliver better results than traditional methods, with higher levels of patient engagement.
Our technology-enabled method of therapy, and the use of written conversation, disinhibits patients, making them more likely to disclose personal information openly and candidly. Typing also provides an opportunity for more embedded learning than face-to-face CBT due to the method of learning by reading and writing, rather than speaking and listening. Our method has been proven to be as effective as face-to-face therapy.
We frequently examine anonymized patient data so that we can identify key areas of improvement and refine our clinical practice.
CBT can help many common mental health illnesses including anxiety, depression, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), panic, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and eating disorders.
We can also help people who have chronic physical health problems, medically unexplained symptoms or a mild learning disability/cognitive impairment alongside depression or anxiety.
Our service is ideal for people who...
are silenced by stigma or cultural taboo
need sessions outside of working hours
live in isolated locations
cannot access transport
have mobility problems