All About Mental Health at Work and the Psychological Support Services We Offer to Local Businesses

What Mental Health at Work Support Do We Offer?

Lee Psychology is dedicated to helping West Midlands based SME’s manage mental health at work issues using both group training and individual support services.

In addition to both Bachelors and Masters degrees in Psychology, Paul also has a wealth of corporate experience at board level having held directorships across the East and West Midlands as well as tenures in senior management in continental Europe.

He is a qualified NEBOSH Occupational Health & Safety practitioner (NGC 1, 2 & 3) as well as an academic within the field of Psychological Research.

All of our mental health at work services are built around the principles of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and scientifically supported research.


Our work with the NHS

In January 2018 Lee Psychology (Tranceform Psychology at the time) were approved as a supplier of stress management & resilience training to the Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Clinical Commissioning Group (now known as the Black Country NHS ICB).

Our work involved delivering CBT-based training to senior executives, managers and staff to help them develop a range of coping strategies and manage their own mental health challenges.

Over 75 members of the team have participated on our one-to-one CBT programme with us at our offices in Wombourne or online using Zoom.

We have also delivered a programme of half-day and full-day in-house training seminars to over 200 members of staff.

In 2022 we began working with our second major NHS service, the Birmingham & Solihull NHS ICB.

Working with the Private Sector

We have also worked with a number of privately owned businesses including:



Main Causes of Mental Health Problems at Work

In 2007 the Health and Safety Executive commissioned a team of Psychologists to examine the main factors leading to work related stress.

They identified SIX work-specific factors directly influencing the well being of staff:

  1. Change Management
  2. Control of Work
  3. Job Definition
  4. Organisational Relationships
  5. Support at Work
  6. Workplace Demands

You can read more about each of these factors and what are regarded as the best-practices related to effective management in each case by clicking the above links.

Business Psychology Support Services

If you’re looking to support your staff with their mental wellness, resilience or general wellbeing, then why not get in touch with Paul to find out more about how we can help.

Jane O’Reilly NHS Testimonial

Jane O’Reilly NHS Testimonial

Jane O'Reilly NHS Testimonial The THRIVING at Work programme is life changing!! I have worked through the programme and with the encouragement and support of Paul; I have challenged my own core beliefs and foundations. The programme has enabled me to build skills and...

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Rachael Bagley NHS Testimonial

Rachael Bagley NHS Testimonial

Rachael Bagley NHS Testimonial Thriving at Work has helped me enormously in both my work and personal life and I could not praise both the programme and Paul enough! At work when I start to get stressed, I think about my course and all I have learnt and I can...

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Aqib Afzal NHS Testimonial

Aqib Afzal NHS Testimonial

Qqib Afzal NHS Testimonial The Thriving at Work Programme has been useful as it gave me an insight to my limiting beliefs, by understanding these enabled me make changes to my mindset that encouraged performance in my work and personal life. Such as I feel like, I...

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Paul Lee BSc. MSc. Psych.

Psychologist Paul Lee in Clinic

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Tel: 07434 776125