All About Applied Psychology & It’s Relevance to mental Health Problems

What is Applied Psychology?

Applied Psychology is the use of psychological methods and the findings of scientific psychology to solve the practical problems associated with human behaviour and experience across a wide range of contextual settings.

In this sense, applied psychology encompasses much more than just problems associated with mental wellness or illness and touches all areas of the human experience including:

  • Mental Health Prevention.
  • The nature of Resilience.
  • Business Psychology.
  • Personal Coaching.
  • Sports Psychology.
  • Self-Help Psychology.
  • The Science of Behaviour Change.

In fact, the list could be almost endless because human beings are psychological creatures existing within complex social and cultural settings who have developed a wide range of technological innovations that test our psychological limits on a daily basis!

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If you’d like to find out more about overcoming or recovering from mental health problems then why not arrange a free initial consultation with us.

During this consultation we will discuss your particular issues and the different types of mental health counselling we offer without you having to commit to any sessions going forward.

The consultation lasts around 50 minutes and is a great opportunity to meet with either Paul or Joan and decide if you would like to proceed with any support.


Applied Psychology Solutions

If you’d like to learn how to overcome your mental health problems but dislike the idea of having “therapy”, then why not learn how to change the way you make sense of your experiences and the World around you with the CORE Programme.

If you believe that your problems are the result of what has happened to you and not because there is something wrong with you, then this is the solution you’ve been looking for.

Areas We Serve

We offer mental health services, therapy & counselling for people living in:

  • Wolverhampton
  • West Midlands
  • Wombourne
  • South Staffordshire
  • Telford
  • Shrewsbury
  • Shropshire

For those living further afield, we also offer Online Therapy Services using Zoom.