Mental Heath Services at Tranceform Psychology

Mental Health Counselling & Psychology Services

Expert Support for Mental Wellbeing in Wolverhampton & West Midlands

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Tranceform Psychology offer a range of mental health services to help support people suffering emotional distress.

Our business incorporates the private practices of Paul Lee BSc. MScJoan Lee D. Hyp. and our Relationship Counselling associate Binder Somal.

If you have mental health problems or emotional difficulties that you’d like to overcome then why not get in touch to arrange a FREE initial consultation with us.

Our mental health services include Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Psychotherapy, Counselling, Coaching as well as Hypnotherapy from our offices in Wombourne, South Staffordshire.

We also offer Online Therapy and Self Help CBT courses.

We are proud to provide mental health support to the Birmingham & Solihull NHS ICB and the Black Country NHS ICB who we have been working with since 2018.

You can find out more about Tranceform Psychology here.

Who Are We?

Mental Health Psychologist Paul Lee BSc. MSc.

Paul Lee BSc. (Hons) MSc.

Paul is a mental health psychologist and holds both Bachelors and Masters degrees in applied psychology as well as a professional Diploma in CBT.

He has been working to help people overcome self-limiting beliefs since 1988, the last 13 years dedicated to mental health problems.

Joan Lee Hypnotherapist at Tranceform Psychology

Joan Lee D. Hyp. MIABP

Joan trained in analytical hypnotherapy in 2011 and has subsequently gone on to study over 20 other psychological training courses including conversational hypnosis, BWRT and Coaching.

She is currently a BSc. undergraduate with the O.U. studying a BPS accredited psychology with counselling degree.

Struggling with Your Mental Health?

Do You Have a Mental Health Problem?

Most people have a pretty good sense of how they feel and if there is something wrong.

There are five good indicators that you may be experiencing some sort of mental health problem.

  1. Feeling anxious and worrying a lot.
  2. Prolonged sadness & irritability.
  3. Significant changes in your mood.
  4. Social withdrawal.
  5. Disrupted sleeping patterns.

If you’re experiencing any or all of these symptoms or you want to find out more about our support services, then why not get in touch to arrange a free initial consultation with us.

You can also take one of the standard mental health tests for Anxiety or Depression that are used throughout the NHS mental health services.

Find out more about mental health problems, what they are and what you can do about them here.

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You can find out if you have the symptoms of Anxiety by taking the GAD-7 test here,

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If you’re feeling down then you might want to take the PHQ-9 Depression test here.

Mental Health Problems

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Anxiety

Anxiety is the body’s preparation for dealing with some sort of threat, however, threat perception is highly subjective and people worry about different things.

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Depression

Depression is the experience that people go through when they find it difficult to come to terms with past negative or traumatic events, particularly loss.

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Emetophobia

Emetophobia is the fear of vomiting and is reckoned to affect around 5% of the UK population. Tranceform Psychology have expert knowledge of this problem.

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Health Anxiety

People suffering from health anxiety are often convinced that their mental health professionals are failing to identify or diagnose a problem that they are sure that they have.

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Anger Management

Anger can become a major problem if it gets out of control. It can ruin relationships, jeopardise careers and, worst of all, land people in trouble with the legal system.

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Stress

Stress is what people experience when they struggle to cope with the pressure that they are being placed under, or they feel is being exerted upon them.

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Alcohol Abuse

Alcohol is a socially condoned drug that people often use to cope with stress or other problems. Relying too much on alcohol, however, can quickly become problematic.

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Gambling Addictions

Since the deregulation of gambling by the Blair government in 2005 gambling addiction has grown to become a significant problem for many people.

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Panic Attacks

Panic attacks occur when people are exposed to threats that they feel they cannot cope with. It is an extreme form of Anxiety and can be very frightening and uncomfortable.

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Phobias

There are literally hundreds of different phobias (see our list of phobias here) and people can develop a phobia about almost object or different circumstances.

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Sexual Problems

Sexual problems are frequently linked to Stress and Anxiety. You can talk to us in complete confidence no matter what your particular issues are.

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Drug Abuse

Drug abuse occurs for a number of reasons, from peer pressure and recreational use through to their use as a coping strategy for underlying mental health difficulties.

Full List of Problems Helped

Tranceform offers mental health support for a very wide range of problems.

You can view the full list of problems here.

Mental Health Therapy & Counselling

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CBT

Clinically proven Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.

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Online Therapy

Online therapy from the comfort of your own home.

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Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy and Hypnosis for well being.

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Relationship Counselling

Expert relationship counselling from Binder Somal BSc. BACP.

More About Therapy & Counselling

We offer a wide range of different psychological therapy and mental health support approaches to suit your needs no matter what you’re struggling with.

Mental Health Barriers

Common Barriers to Mental Health

There are a number of different mental health barriers that can inhibit wellbeing.

Some of these barriers can be changed using applied psychology whilst others are more fixed or permanent in nature requiring alternative solutions.

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Psychological Barriers

Psychological barriers are what might be more commonly described as mental health problems that prevent people from achieving what they want to achieve.

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Behavioural Barriers

Behavioural Barriers are the things that people do to solve mental health problems that frequently end up reinforcing the problems and actually making matters worse.

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Biological Barriers

Biological Barriers are those factors which are imposed by physiological constraints or are claimed to have biological pathology as their root cause.

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Cognitive Barriers

Cognitive Barriers are those imposed by the neural architecture and functioning of the brain and include such concepts as cognitive tunnelling due to finite attentional resources.

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Sociocultural Barriers

Sociocultural Barriers are those limitations imposed by the social and cultural contexts. Gender inequalities in senior business roles are common in Westernised countries.

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Physical Barriers

There are, of course, many physical Barriers that get in the way of progress. Where these do exist it is important to develop the ability to accept them and learn to work around them.

The Power Threat Meaning Framework

A New Way of Thinking About Mental Health Problems

The Power Threat Meaning Framework was devised by the clinical psychology division of the British Psychological Society (BPS) as an alternative to the medical models of emotional distress and is the preferred philosophical perspective used at Tranceform.

The framework is intended to help people with mental health problems to conceptualise their distress in terms of their own life experiences and, in particular, in relation to how power has been used, what types of threats they experienced and how they have attributed meaning or made sense of those experiences in order to devise appropriate threat responses.

Understanding the inter-play between these three concepts can help both the sufferer and the psychologist in the formulation of effective recovery and improvement programmes.

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Power

Power, in psychosocial contexts, is the ability to direct or influence the actions of others. Power can be institutional, legal, economic, social, cultural, emotional or physical and have both positive and negative effects.

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Threats

Threats also come in many forms including existential (threats to life), emotional (withdrawal of love), social and cultural (exclusion), legal (incarceration) and psychological (distress).

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Meanings

The meanings that we attribute to any given experience are highly subjective and congruent with our core beliefs and values. These meanings determine how we make sense of and react to situations.

Mental Health at Work

Mental Health at Work

The workplace is a unique context in which employees are subject to the authority and power of the owners or managerial structures.

Whilst it is widely recognised that meaningful employment and the sense of achievement that often accompanies productive work are positive factors in good mental health and wellbeing, it is also the place where abuses of power are most likely to occur in our everyday lives.

Unlike the social network of friends and family that we might choose for ourselves, social relationships within the workplace are rarely chosen and can often be quite difficult or strained.

We have been delivering our workplace support programmes to the management and staff of the Black Country NHS ICB and the Birmingham & Solihull NHS ICB since 2018.

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What Clients Say About Tranceform

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Mr. Paul - IT Consultant - Depression

“Wow, What a journey! I am a new improved person. 

I love myself and my life. 

Thanks Paul I cannot put it into words how Grateful I am, and my Wife and Kids are now happier as they have a better person in their life.”

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Alice McGee Director of HR Black Country NHS CCGs

“In 2018 we trialled the Thriving at Work psychological training programme in two ways: small group introductions and one to one attendance on the 10 week programme.

We could not have predicted the phenomenal response to this programme and the positive impact it has had for our staff and our organisation.”

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Claire - Financial Advisor - Anxiety

“I cannot recommend Paul & Tranceform Psychology enough, he is a person who keeps you focused throughout and believes that you will learn how to Thrive. 

I am so happy to say that I AM Thriving and making a difference to how I want to lead my life. 

What can I say, thank you for everything!”

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These are just a small selection of the products and services available.

Tranceformental CBT Psychotherapy course
Positive Mindset Psychotherapy course
Self-Help CBT Psychotherapy course
Complete Wellness Psychotherapy course

Get in Touch

Psychotherapist Paul Lee in Wombourne Clinic

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Tel: 07434 776125

paul@tranceformpsychology.com

Hypnotherapist and Psychotherapist Joan Lee in Wombourne Clinic

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Tel: 07434 776504

joan@tranceformpsychology.com

Contact Binder

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Tel: 07931 517241

binder@tranceformpsychology.com

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