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Flexible work for brilliant clinicians

We’re growing fast and we’re looking for exceptional mental health clinicians to deliver care to our patients on a self employed basis. At ieso, you can manage your own time and caseload, and treat patients online at times that work for you both. Our clinical research and digital tools will help you become the best clinician you can be. So as your patients get better, so do your skills.

The ieso approach

With ieso, UK-based clinicians get a more flexible way of working plus all the benefits of our collective learning – like insights, tools and ongoing feedback. It all helps you make sound clinical decisions and deliver the best possible treatment to patients.

Innovative typed therapy

The typed method of delivering therapy helps you to develop as a reflective skilled clinician.

Work flexibly

Manage your own caseload and see patients when it works for both of you.

Enhanced supervision

Free clinical supervision from experienced supervisors who are dedicated to supporting you and helping you to provide high quality care and be the best clinician you can be.

We care

We care about clinicians and are always on hand to support you. You’re never just a number.

Be part of a large community

Opportunities to meet other clinicians and learn together so working remotely doesn’t have to feel isolating.

Serve the NHS

We have strong partnerships with NHS IAPT services and only treat NHS patients.

Improve your skills

You’ll receive supportive feedback and lots of opportunities for world-class Continuous Professional Development (CPD).

Backed by research

By analysing the language used in treatment, we provide insights that help clinicians make sound decisions throughout treatment. Explore our published research.

Be part of something bigger

By treating our patients, you’re helping us to learn about the language and techniques that work, and helping more people get better faster.

Testimonials

“I am proud to be a part of this new way of working and to be able to help those that conventional methods cannot reach. The team help me every day that I work to send letters, to ensure I have pre-assessment details... Every step of the way. Supervision has been especially helpful”
“I really enjoy the flexibility of working with ieso. Supervision has been fantastic”
“Typed therapy really gives both client/therapist a few more seconds reflection time, clients have fed this back to me and I agree. It seems to facilitate "reflection-in-action" from clients and therapists too. …After being sceptical in the beginning and "trialling" a period of time with ieso, I am so happy to work this way. It really does work well and reaches some clients who wouldn't access therapy face to face.”
“I feel can be so much more effective and allow for much more reflective thinking with reflective clients. Also to do typed therapy effectively it fine tunes skills asking those questions which make the biggest impact to learning”
“Therapists are supported to be the best they can be, there are good therapy tools videos to support and training available.”

NHS Partners

How you’ll make a difference

At ieso, we’re uncovering more about mental health by developing a greater understanding of what works in therapy. Using data as our guide, we see patterns to help make smarter decisions at important points in diagnosis, treatment and prevention. And we share these insights with our clinicians to help them deliver better therapy. ieso practitioners are part of a much bigger picture, each session data to build our collective understanding of effective mental healthcare.

580,000+
Hours of therapy in the world's largest mental health dataset
Therapy data analysed using AI and deep learning to help other patients
10+ years
600+
Clinicians in the ieso network
“ieso has enabled us to meet our targets for the first time in history.”
IAPT Lead
“ieso's ease of access via typed or video therapy breaks down barriers to entering treatment, and the increasing precision with which we can assess and treat improves every patient's chance of recovery.”
Stephen Freer, Chief Clinical Officer
Stephen Freer, Chief Clinical Officer, ieso
“Our priority is to get those impacted by mental health problems into digital psychological therapies as soon as we can, and to treat them to successful recovery.”
James De Bathe, Director of Partnerships and Market Development, ieso
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Meet the experts

Rebecca Minton

Clinician Engagement and Innovation Director

Marcia Sharp

Clinical Supervisor

Louise Wills

Clinical Supervisor

Jack Southward

Clinical Director

Nicola Smeeth

Clinical Lead

Kate Tilbury

Senior Clinical Supervisor

Ron Hogg

Clinical Trials Therapist

Jeremy Cripps

Director of Partnerships and Performance

Stephen Freer

EVP Clinical

Meet the Clinical Team

Jack Larner

Head of Design

Laurel Galaty

US Program Manager

Deborah Cleary

Head of Payer Development

Jack Larner

Head of Design

Laurel Galaty

US Program Manager

Deborah Cleary

Head of Payer Development

Jack Larner

Head of Design

Laurel Galaty

US Program Manager

Deborah Cleary

Head of Payer Development

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Jack Larner

Head of Design

Laurel Galaty

US Program Manager

Deborah Cleary

Head of Payer Development

Rebecca Minton

Clinician Engagement and Innovation Director

Marcia Sharp

Clinical Supervisor

Carl Beien

Product Manager

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Our values. Our ABCs

Transforming mental healthcare is a team sport. So how we do things really matters at ieso. We spend a lot of time trying to understand what truly matters to us as a team. They may only be words, but they mean a lot here, even when the going gets tough.

Audacious

Breaking new ground is in our DNA.

Brilliant

Whatever we do, we do it brilliantly.

Compassionate

We act compassionately and keep an open mind.

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News
2 Min Read
25 Mar 2022

ieso were delighted to not only be support partners of the HSJ Partnership Awards ceremony but also shortlisted finalists for 'Best Mental Health Partnership with the NHS' with Dorset HealthCare

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2 Min Read
12 Jan 2022

ieso, in partnership with Dorset HealthCare University NHS Foundation Trust, have been shortlisted for “Best Mental Health Partnership with the NHS” at the HSJ Partnership Awards 2022

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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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3 Min Read
22 Nov 2021

ieso's mood and symptom checker asks How Are Things? and creates an evidence-based report from a psychological wellbeing professional to give users a clearer picture of their mental health

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6 Min Read
4 Nov 2021

ieso reflects on the legacy of Dr Aaron Beck, the highly respected and pioneering neurologist who developed CBT treatment, who died this week at the age of 100

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2 Min Read
5 Oct 2021

Our ambition is to not only provide world-class therapy, it’s to transform mental healthcare around the world

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3 Min Read
13 Sep 2021

Jeremy Cripps, a Chartered Psychologist and UK Clinical Lead at ieso, shares his lived experience of mental health. In an interview with Ian Florence, he delves deeper into his self-disclosure

ieso granted U.S. patent for use of AI and tech to improve mental health provision
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4 Min Read
29 Jun 2021

ieso announced June 29 that is has been granted a new patent by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

Study shows depression subtypes linked to varying recovery rates
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3 Min Read
19 May 2021

Five subtypes of depression have been identified in new research from the University of Sheffield and ieso.

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2 Min Read
11 May 2021

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

Largest ever analysis of digital mental health conversations
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3 Min Read
22 Mar 2021

ieso's new study has analysed the largest available set of digital mental health conversations in relation to Covid-19 over the past 12 months.

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3 Min Read
12 Feb 2021

Read what health care professionals and patient advocates think of How Are Things?, and where they see it fitting in the patient journey...

Digital providers unite to support global mental health during COVID-19 pandemic
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3 Min Read
11 Feb 2021

Digital providers and experts from over 20 countries have gathered a staggering number of insights about mental health during the pandemic from potentially upwards of 50 million users worldwide.

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3 Min Read
9 Dec 2020

The much anticipated second wave of coronavirus cases was thought to bring with it a rise in mental health difficulties.

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4 Min Read
24 Nov 2020

ieso are pleased to announce the appointment of Stephen Freer as Chief Clinical Officer.

Join our team

Help us shape the future of mental healthcare.

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.

News
24 Nov 2022

Watch our Director of Mental Health Sciences Dr Louise Marshall’s presentation at MQ Mental Health Research Mental Health Science Festival 2022

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24 Nov 2022

Watch our Director of Mental Health Sciences Dr Louise Marshall’s presentation at MQ Mental Health Research Mental Health Science Festival 2022

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24 Nov 2022

Watch our Director of Mental Health Sciences Dr Louise Marshall’s presentation at MQ Mental Health Research Mental Health Science Festival 2022

In an emergency
Call 116 123 talk to someone
Call 111 mental health crisis
Call 999 life’s at immediate risk
Call Samaritans on 116 123 if you need to talk to someone
Call 111 if you’re experiencing a mental health crisis
Call 999 or go to A&E if your life’s at immediate risk