Please note that the following services are not operated by Surrey Police. In some cases the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner provides funding to support delivery of local services, but the organisations operate independently.

Ieso Digital Health Surrey



ieso treats a range of common mental health problems

We treat a range of symptoms including anxiety and worry, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, phobias,
sleep disorders, and stress.

Anxiety and worry

If your worry is out-of-proportion, regular and dominates your thoughts, causes you to panic or creates physical discomfort, you could be suffering from an anxiety disorder.

Depression (depressive disorders)

If you’re experiencing depressive symptoms for more than a couple of weeks and they’re affecting your ability to function day-to-day, you may have depression.

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)

OCD involves unwanted thoughts or fears (obsessions) making you do repetitive behaviours (compulsions), and can be very distressing.

Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Many people who witness or experience a terrifying situation find that their anxiety disappears after a few weeks, but if it persists for longer you may have PTSD.

Phobias (specific phobias)

A specific phobia involves having an extreme, overwhelming and long-lasting fear of a specific object or situation that’s out of proportion with the danger it poses.

Sleep problems (insomnia)

If you find yourself regularly lying awake, waking up too early, or feeling shattered even after a full eight hours, it may be time to start looking at your sleep health.

Social anxiety disorder

With social anxiety disorder, or ‘social phobia’, social interactions for example meeting new people or public speaking, can trigger extreme anxiety, fear, self-consciousness and embarrassment.


When stress levels are high long term they can impact your health and enjoyment of life, so if you’ve been feeling stressed for more than a few weeks, it may be best to seek help.