Thrive Programme Prices

The full course of the Thrive Programme costs £795 and includes the following:

  • 10 sessions (minimum of an hour each) of coaching and guidance from Paul, a fully licensed Thrive Consultant. This normally amounts to at least 10 hours of face-to-face time with Paul at the Wombourne Training Centre (Visit the LOCATION page here).
  • A copy of the Thrive Workbook used to work through the course materials.

All courses are paid for in full prior to commencement and only ever after a FREE initial consultation with Paul to discuss how the programme might be of benefit to you before you make any kind of commitment.

I cannot accept clients on the course without having met and discussed the programme with you first, so please don’t make any payments until we’ve had our FREE preliminary meeting.

Once you are ready to buy your course, please either bring cash or use the PayPal options on this page.

You do NOT need to have a PayPal account to use this facility, simply choose the option to “Pay with Debit or Credit card” rather than creating a PayPal account, or of course, go ahead and create an account if you wish to.

Instalment Option

We now accept payment for the Thrive Programme by a three instalment subscription.

This option requires an initial payment of £280 followed by two more, monthly spaced, payments of £280 giving a total of £840.

This uplift of £45 covers the additional fees charged by PayPal for spreading the payment over 3 months as well as the extra admin involved in setting it up.

Payment Option 1

You can pay for your Thrive Programme Course by either paying the full amount of £795 with this button.


Payment Option 2

You can also pay for your course over three payments by using this “subscription” button which takes 3 X £280 payments each a month apart and comes to a total of £840 where the £45 covers additional administration and handling.


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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.


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.


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


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.