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

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Location

Thrive with Paul

Maypole House

Yew Tree Court

Wombourne

Wolverhampton

WV5 9JB

TEL: 07434 776125

paul.lee@thriveprogramme.org

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Frequently people look for things outside of themselves to help resolve their situation and change their lives.

Examples can include other people, changes within their environment or buying materialist things. Despite these factors having an influence upon us, the person with the most control and the biggest influence is YOU.

Life is busy and there are many external factors influencing us everyday but everything happens inside of you; what you see, how you react, your thoughts, emotions, feelings and your choices. If these internal components are unhelpful, how you respond and cope with the stresses and pressures of life will be unhelpful.

Taking responsibility for these internal components and learning the insights and skills into taking control of your mental functioning will be the best action you take in life.

So many people look for external answers and solutions for their unhappiness, anxieties, fears, low self esteem and stresses, when all of these are created internally.

When people finally take responsibility for them and seek a solution, that’s the start of a potential life change. When you continue to look externally, it’s very likely you’ll come up short, or hit a dead-end, as the answers are always within you.

If you’re ready to change your life send me a message...

www.thrivewithpaul.co.ukFrequently people look for things outside of themselves to help resolve their situation and change their lives.

Examples can include other people, changes within their environment or buying materialist things. Despite these factors having an influence upon us, the person with the most control and the biggest influence is YOU.

Life is busy and there are many external factors influencing us everyday but everything happens inside of you; what you see, how you react, your thoughts, emotions, feelings and your choices. If these internal components are unhelpful, how you respond and cope with the stresses and pressures of life will be unhelpful.

Taking responsibility for these internal components and learning the insights and skills into taking control of your mental functioning will be the best action you take in life.

So many people look for external answers and solutions for their unhappiness, anxieties, fears, low self esteem and stresses, when all of these are created internally.

When people finally take responsibility for them and seek a solution, that’s the start of a potential life change. When you continue to look externally, it’s very likely you’ll come up short, or hit a dead-end, as the answers are always within you.

If you’re ready to change your life send me a message...

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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. Thrive with Paul is run from our private offices in Wombourne.


The Thrive Programme

The Thrive Programme is a science-based training programme that teaches self-insight as well as a range of life-changing principles.

Common Questions

Get the answers to the most frequently asked questions about what the thrive programme is and how it helps with life problems.

Limiting Beliefs

Limiting beliefs are those things that we believe about life and how the 'world works' that may be self-limiting and unhelpful to us.

Locus of Control

Our Locus of Control is measure of how self-empowered we feel about our ability to determine the path that our life takes.

Social Pressure

We either succumb to the social pressures around us or we are able to make-up our own minds and not be swayed by the crowds.

Self-Esteem

Our self-esteem is the result of how we 'think' about ourselves, how much 'value' ourselves and how we 'treat' ourselves on a day-to-day basis.


Emetophobia

The fear of vomiting is thought to affect around 5% of the population. Thrive is the most effective solution to emetophobia ever devised.

Flying

Fear of flying has been around since air travel was first invented. It is most often associated with a 'high desire for control'.

Public Speaking

Reckoned to be the the most common phobia. This can become a significant problem if talking to groups becomes a part of your job.