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ieso makes the Stylist’s top 5 best remote therapy services for better access to mental healthcare

27 May 2022
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ieso join Self Space, Livi, Bloom and Woebot in the Stylist’s list of the best remote therapy services that are improving access for those seeking mental health support.

From self-help and wellbeing apps to online cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) sessions, these services are part of a new wave of remote therapy that offer mental health care at the click of a button.

Those who are seeking support may find it difficult to find a therapy service that suit their needs, without additional costs and that work around their schedule.

As these remote therapy services offer sessions over the phone, through text or in-app, those who are seeking mental health care can access it without long waiting lists and at flexible times from the comfort of their own home.

Read the full article here. If you or someone you know is struggling with their mental health, you may find online text-based therapy with ieso effective in helping you to change your thoughts, feelings, and behaviours.

Note:

Stylist is the home of Stylist Magazine, a weekly magazine that is published online and distributed for free in 10 cities.

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ieso join Self Space, Livi, Bloom and Woebot in the Stylist’s list of the best remote therapy services that are improving access for those seeking mental health support
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