The loss of a key public figure can have a powerful impact on our feelings. The death of Her Majesty the Queen will have affected all of us differently. However you feel – it's okay.
A ‘trigger’ is a stimulus that sets off an emotional response. Understanding why this response happens can help manage the effects of the trigger in the workplace.
Confidence is built from the inside out and can impact all areas of life, including at work. Find out what confidence really means and ways to feel more confident from the ieso clinical team.
Over 4.9 million people were living with diabetes in the UK in 2021, according to Diabetes UK. In this blog, we share some CBT-based techniques to help the impact of a diabetes diagnosis.
If you have a colleague who is depressed, it’s natural to want to help them. It’s not always easy to know how best to do this though. Here are some expert tips from ieso clinicians.
It’s Mental Health Awareness Week in the UK and the theme is loneliness. Here are some practical ways to address loneliness in your life...
Thomas Insel, former director of the National Institute of Mental Health and author of 'Healing: Our Path from Mental Illness to Mental Health', explains why he is intrigued by what ieso is doing
It's World Health Day, and this year's theme, Our planet, our health, focuses on the connection between our environment and our wellbeing. Our latest blog explores how we can engage with nature...
From Real-World Data to next Generation Mental Healthcare: in this article, our Chief AI Officer Valentin Tablan summarises his talk at Applied Machine Learning Days 2022 for those who missed it
The impact quality sleep can have on our mental health is being highlighted on World Sleep Day (18 March 2022), which we explore further in our blog.
On Time to Talk Day, we're encouraged to create supportive communities by talking openly about mental health. In this blog, we look at why it's important to share what's on our minds in the workplace
Meeting regulatory standards is not the only ingredient essential to the responsible innovation of AI-enabled hardware in the healthcare arena, as our Chief AI Officer reflects
ieso explores how Blue Monday began, how it now correlates to a productivity drop in January, and some tips that you can share with your team to combat what may trigger low mood
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
The theme of this year’s World Mental Health Day (10th October) is ‘Mental health in an unequal world’
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's Clinical Partnership Manager, Emily Marshall outlines five things to consider with lockdown restrictions lifting soon and coping mechanisms that may help if feeling anxious about this change
In the fourth blog post of this series, Sarah Bateup provides advice around the common phenomena when moving to non-face to face therapy delivery and more...
In the second blog post of this series, Sarah Bateup provides advice around housekeeping and consent when moving to digital therapy methods and more...
In the third blog post of this series, Sarah Bateup provides advice around how to deal with patient contact in-between therapy delivery and more...
In the first blog post of this series, Sarah Bateup provides advice around the best preparation for seeing patients using digital therapy methods during COVID-19 and more...