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Work in a collaborative and supportive environment, where you can access learning and CPD and stay at the forefront of developments in mental health

ieso events
We run regular CPD events, free to ieso practitioners. Practitioners from across the UK get together to learn skills from our most senior clinicians, hear talks from academics in CBT and build their network.

The Hub
All our clinicians can access our online CPD hub. Sessions will help you hone your skills as an online therapist, through insights collected from tens of thousands of therapy hours.

Supervision model
You’ll attend clinical supervision sessions for free, delivered by experienced members of our clinical team. We’re dedicated to helping you be the best clinician you can be.

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Our latest knowledge

Our approach means we’re continually gathering a new understanding of what works and why in treatment. Read our latest news, research and articles written by people shaping the future of mental healthcare.

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23 Nov 2021

UK innovator closes Series B financing to develop AI-enabled, evidence-based digital therapeutics built on the world's largest mental health treatment data set

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5 Min Read
23 Nov 2021

UK innovator closes Series B financing to develop AI-enabled, evidence-based digital therapeutics built on the world's largest mental health treatment data set

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5 Min Read
23 Nov 2021

UK innovator closes Series B financing to develop AI-enabled, evidence-based digital therapeutics built on the world's largest mental health treatment data set

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