Thrive Programme Consultant Paul Lee

About Paul

Paul has been with the Thrive Programme since the early days of it’s development when it was called the “Changing Limiting Beliefs” course in 2009 and is a licensed Thrive Consultant listed on the Thrive Organisation’s website www.thriveprogramme.org.

A highly experienced Therapist, Coach and Personal Development Mentor, Paul has a BSc combining Social Psychology & Counselling as well as 29 years as an Analytical Psychotherapist / Change Specialist working in both Industrial and private clinical environments. He is currently in his last year studying for his Masters degree in Psychology.

He has a broad range of skills and experience that equip him to work at both an individual one-to-one basis as well as at a senior corporate level having served on the board of three £10 million+ businesses in the midlands and also having served a two year tenure as Plant Director for a $20 Billion American Corporation where he was based in eastern Spain.

Paul is the managing director of the TranceForm Psychology clinic in Wombourne and is married to Joan who runs the Wolverhampton Hypnotherapy Clinic


Experience & Training

  • BSc Honours degree (Social Psychology & Counselling)
  • Professional Diploma CBT – Oxford College – 2009
  • Diploma Analytical Therapy – International Association of Hypnoanalysts – 1988
  • NEBOSH Level 1,2 & 3 – Occupational Health & Safety – 2007
  • IRCA registered Internal QA Assessor
  • Expert in Lean Deployment for manufacturing
  • SMMT Change Agent Trained

What are you waiting for?

Location

Thrive with Paul

Maypole House

Yew Tree Court

Wombourne

Wolverhampton

WV5 9JB

TEL: 07434 776125

paul@tranceformpsychology.com

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Thrive Programme Consultant Paul Lee

About Paul BSc.

Paul is a highly experienced psychologist & therapist who has been delivering the Thrive Programme since its early development in 2011. 


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