Paul Lee BSc. MSc.
Paul Lee is the principal partner at Tranceform Psychology and has been working with people to help them improve their lives since qualifying as an analytical psychotherapist in 1988.
He has a BSc Honours degree with specialisms in Social Psychology and a Master’s degree in Psychology (MSc). Paul also holds a professional diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy from Oxford College.
Paul is currently working towards a PhD and part of his research involves research into the effectiveness of self-help programmes.
Much of this new research has already found its way into Paul’s Tranceformental CBT programme.
Paul has recently authored a book named “The Restrictive Realities of Belief” and has developed a self-help CBT course based on its contents.
Free Initial Consultations with Paul
Paul offers all prospective clients a free initial consultation to discuss any problems prior to commencing any treatment plans.
During this consultation he will discuss the various options that are available to you and make a considered recommendation based on your individual personal circumstances.
Initial consultations with Paul are also available as part of our online therapy service.
At TranceForm Psychology we recognise the importance of the therapeutic relationship in helping people to bring about effective change, so its important to be able to ‘meet’ to discuss our change programmes BEFORE proceeding.
Our policy is to help people make a fully balanced & considered decision about undertaking work with us, including both the financial and personal implications.
Overcome Your Problems with our CBT Course
Our 10 session course of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is clinically proven to be effective across a range of different psychological problems.
Using an online learning platform, it is available with 2, 5 or 10 sessions of clinical support either face-to-face in the Wombourne offices, or using Zoom video facilities.
It can also be taken as a self help CBT course that will teach you the fundamental tools and techniques used throughout the mental health profession.