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My name is Stephania Wieland I run Wildflower Psychotherapy. Wildflowers are hardy, tenacious and yet beautiful and manage to grow in the most unlikely places. Over the years while I have been delivering psychotherapy I found that this applies to my clients too. Life might be challenging and difficult, yet we still manage to grow somehow. I see my role to be your ally in this process, to help you find a way to grow and within this the courage to blossom.

By using cognitive behavioural therapy I help an individual understand where the problems come from, look at a way of mapping this out and then approach it practically by helping to implement behavioural and cognitive changes.

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Experience  and qualifications
I am Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist, who has worked in the field of CBT for over 10 years. Most of my work was within the NHS, delivering low and high intensity cognitive behavioural therapy to clients with mild to severe mental health problems. I still split my work between private work and NHS.

I grew up in Switzerland and always had an interest in psychology, mental health and wellbeing. I moved to the UK in 2002 to study psychology.


Masters in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy CBT (The University of Nottingham)

Postgraduate diploma (PgDip)  in CBT (The University of Nottingham)

Postgratuate certificate in Psychological Therapies
(The University of Nottingham)

Bachelor of science (Bsc) in Psychology

British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP)

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