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Support from a Registered Psychologist using a warm and collaborative approach

Therapy and workshops in Nelson, NZ

Wildflower Psychology specialises in providing therapy and psychological support in the areas of reproductive and women’s health. We work with people experiencing persistent pain, gut problems, and a wide range of health and wellbeing issues. We offer evidence-based and holistic support to mothers, birth-givers and whānau, throughout the perinatal period and beyond.

Lydia Stallard

Kia ora,

I’m a registered psychologist, a mum, and I love living in the Whakatū region. Wildflower Psychology specialises in providing therapy and psychological services in the areas of reproductive and women’s health. I work with a range of issues, including parental wellbeing across the perinatal period and beyond, anxiety, stress, burnout, trauma, low mood, depression, gut issues, persistent pain and pelvic health issues. I believe in an integrated, whole body approach to hauora/wellbeing, and I work closely with other professionals such as physiotherapists, health coaches, GPs and nutrition experts to help you to get the outcomes you want.

I understand that taking the first step to come to therapy can be uncomfortable or overwhelming. I provide a warm, compassionate and non-judgmental space for you, so that you can feel safe and listened to. I will walk alongside you as you navigate your way through life’s ups and downs, and we will work together to take action help you to start living the life that you want to lead.

I have worked to create a therapy practice that is holistic and flexible to you and your needs. I do not use a one size fits all approach, but rather draw from evidence-based therapies and research, tailoring these to your unique situation and challenges.

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Online and in-person therapy in a safe and nurturing environment.

Workshops & Education

Mental health and wellbeing courses and workshops


  • Perinatal anxiety and depression
  • Stress, anxiety, low mood and burnout
  • Self-doubt, self-criticism and worry
  • Persistent pain, including pelvic pain
  • Trauma, including traumatic birth experiences
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome and gut issues
  • Reproductive wellbeing

How does therapy work?


Get in touch with me, and I will call you for a free 10 minute chat about what’s been going on for you. Your GP can also refer you if you prefer


If I am the right person to work with you, we will schedule in a time to meet. If I’m not, I will do my best to point you in the right direction


In our first meeting together, I would like to get to know you, and work through what’s been bothering you. We will discuss what to expect from therapy. Most of the practical “work” won’t start until after the first session

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