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ieso featured in Marie Claire’s guide to online therapy

11 May 2021
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In support of Mental Health Awareness Week, Marie Claire have published a complete guide to online therapy: what it is, its benefits and some resources to help people get started on learning to challenge thoughts that may be causing distress or anxiety.

ieso, online evidence-based provider of CBT, has shown that3,400 hours of therapy were delivered every week in 2020, many of which were online due to both the lockdowns and social distancing.

“Modelling from the Centre for Mental Health suggests that up to 10 million people will need new or additional mental health support as a direct consequence of the pandemic.”

Face-to-face therapy can be challenging for individuals struggling with anxiety or feeling socially avoidant. Online mental health therapy has opened the doors for those individuals and removes some of the barriers to accessing support. This means it is easier for them to receive vital support from the comfort of their own home and at a touch of a button.

Read the full article here.

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