Ieso Digital Health has been commissioned by South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust to provide the Ieso Online CBT Southwark service.
Many NHS patients have already benefited from using Ieso’s online service and so we are very pleased to be able to offer this in Southwark. Ieso achieves good outcomes, and patient feedback is excellent.
What is online CBT?
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is provided in real-time over the internet using written (typed) conversations. Patients meet with an accredited psychotherapist on a one-to-one basis in a secure online therapy room, at a scheduled time and location that is convenient to them.
Appointments are either 30 or 60 minutes long and can be attended from anywhere patients can connect to the internet, whether on the move, or from the comfort of their own home. All that is required is a PC, tablet or smartphone.
Appointments can be scheduled for any time of day, including evenings and weekends.
As the therapy is online and in written format, patients can review their meeting content and transcripts at any time during and after treatment.
To find out more about how Ieso Online CBT Southwark works, including visuals of the live therapy sessions, click here
How to access Ieso Online CBT Southwark
You can refer yourself to the service or ask your GP for a referral. You must be registered with a GP in Southwark, and be aged 16 or over.
To find out how to access the service please visit:
or call us 0203 228 2194
Who is this service for?
Ieso Online CBT Southwark is a free service for anyone experiencing depression and /or anxiety aged 16 and over, registered with a GP in Southwark.
What are the benefits of online CBT:
There are a number of benefits to accessing CBT online, including;
- Quick access to therapy
- Evening and weekend appointments available
- Some people prefer the anonymity of online therapy
- It can be easier to fit around your everyday commitments
- There is time to develop thoughts before communicating them
- Transcripts from the sessions are always available to reflect on
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