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Tamara Wiehe

Mrs Tamara Wiehe
Job Title:
PWP Clinical Educator
Tamara Wiehe



MSci Applied Psychology Clinical Educator

Training (teaching and assessing) undergraduate trainee Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners (PWPs) in line with the national PWP curriculum. Maintaining high quality teaching and learning through continual review of the evidence-base for Low-Intensity Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.




Qualified PWP and Supervisor PWP

Teaching Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (now Advance HE)

Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice

Areas of Interest

• Low-Intensity Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

• Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

• Undergraduate Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner (PWP) training

• Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT)

Clinical Practice Resources

Wiehe, T., & Hart, L. (2019). Insight into an IAPT Service-Higher Education Institute Partnership. CBT Today, 47(4), 10-11.

Published T&L Case Studies

Wiehe, T. (2019). Embedding employment in the curriculum: the MSci graduate showcase! Teaching and Learning Exchange, CQSD: University of Reading.


 Wiehe, T., & Hart, L. (2019). Engaging Diverse Learning Communities in Partnership: A Case Study Involving Professional Practice Students in Re-designing an Assessment. Teaching and Learning Exchange, CQSD: University of Reading.


Wiehe, T., Allard, C., & Scott, H. (2019). Electronic Management of Assessment: Creation of an e-Portfolio for PWP training programmes. Teaching and Learning Exchange, CQSD: University of Reading.

Research groups / Centres

Charlie Waller Institute Teaching and Learning Special Interest group

Society for Research into Higher Education Newer and Early Career Researchers group


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