My name is Erica Blyth and I offer psychotherapy for individuals and couples with CBT, Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy.

I can also offer supervision, family therapy or supportive talks.

I work in both Uppsala and Stockholm and can also offer video talks via a secure link recommended by Socialstyrelsen (The National Board of Health and Welfare).


Cognitive behavioural therapy, CBT, has its origin in learning psychology and is evidence based. The research and theory formation comes from foremost learning psychology, cognitive psychology and social psychology.

CBT is based on the concept that your thoughts, feelings, physical sensations and actions are interconnected. It aims to help you deal with your problems by breaking it into smaller parts and altering the way you act. CBT therapy emphasises what is currently going on in a person’s life and focuses primarily on moving forward in time to develop more effective ways of coping with life however a certain amount of information about one’s history is needed.

CBT is usually described as a short term therapy and lasts between 10-20 sessions. As CBT places an emphasis on helping you as a client learn to be your own therapist you will work with exercises in the session as well as “homework” exercises outside of sessions. The work is usually very structured and the therapist makes sure you continue to work towards your goals and follow up your progress along the way. Towards the end of the therapy you will work out a plan how you will continue to work with your wellbeing after the sessions have ended and if needed regular booster sessions are booked.

Running therapist

About me

I enjoy participating in sports, especially orienteering, running and MTB, and train and compete as much as possible.

I enjoy working with sport related problems and can help you prevent mental ill health and work towards success at your level within your sport.

Education and experience

I have a BA (Hons) in Psychology & Sociology from the University of Wales. I also have further education in Psychotherapy, a masters degree, Postgraduate Diploma in Psychotherapy, from Uppsala University.

I have experience of working with a wide range of problems and ages from both social services and national health care.

I like to educate myself and have gone through several courses within social work and psychology. Some of those are: MI (motivational interviewing),MI-coach, Circle of Security- Parenting, Signs and Safety but also sports coach training. At two of my workplaces I have also gone through LGBTQ certification.

I offer individual psychotherapy, couple therapy, family therapy or counselling.

Below you find a list of some of the things I work with:



Burn out


Crisis and conflict management.


Eating disorders

Grief processing

Health anxiety

Mental training

Phobias, for example social phobia


Problem solving



Sexuell health

Sleep difficulties

Sport psychology



Books in a pile
Therapist writing with client

Current offer

A group aimed at juniors/seniors in orienteering is now available, both digital and on site. This gives you the tools to develop within your sport but also aim to prevent psychological ill health.



Please contact me in the form below and I will return to you as soon as possible. You can also get in contact with me by phoning, texting or sending an email.