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Wendy Fielding
Psychodynamic Psychotherapy 
and Counselling



I currently work as a psychodynamic psychotherapist for the NHS, working with adults and running groups.  I also work for The Priory, Harley Street as a psychodynamic psychotherapist. In addition, I see clients online in my private practice.  I have experience working for one of the UK's largest EAPs.  I have varied experience, working with people from many backgrounds, religions, nationalities, genders and sexual orientations and believe that being respectful and inclusive about difference is important.


I have previously worked for several decades in the City of London in legal and finance and understand the types of pressure that come with this.​I am qualified to Masters level in psychodynamic psychotherapy and counselling, having completed five years' training with the University of London. This included two clinical training placements within the NHS: one in primary care, offering short term work focussing on anxiety and depression; the other in secondary care, offering long term psychotherapy for more complex cases.

​I am an accredited member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and adhere to their ethical framework. I have an up-to-date, enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service certificate and I have regular clinical supervision. 


Taking steps to begin therapy can feel daunting. 

Here's a bit more information which will explain about therapy and what to expect.

What happens in our early years becomes our framework for the rest of our lives. It’s a dynamic that we may take into other relationships and it is often unconscious, as it is simply what we have always known.  In psychodynamic therapy, we work together to better understand your unique framework for the way you understand life, and how you relate to others, often getting to the root cause of negative feelings, relationship difficulties and unsettling behaviour in the present.    Whatever your difficulties are, we would work together in a completely confidential, trusting and non-judgemental way where you can talk about anything.  There is no right or wrong way to do therapy, it is a safe space where you can begin to make sense of yourself and start to understand  what may be causing your distress or discomfort.  It is a unique experience and often it can be the first time that you have ever spoken about your problems.   This type of therapy can lead to lasting, positive change in all areas of life as you become more confident in yourself and difficult feelings and behaviours reduce or disappear.  Find out more here.

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