A clinical, online well being diagnostic


TCC Well Being gives insight into key subconscious factors that influence our not only our mental well being but also our sense of self and identity. These are at the core of what enables us to flourish, both as individuals, in relationships, groups and organisations.

This rounded, robust look at an individual’s well being is both an understanding of existing areas of balance and development, as well as being a predictor for the future.

It allows an individual to better know themselves, their strengths, and be better prepared for times of challenge.

TCC Well Being is both valuable as an independent individual assessment, and is used in organisations as part of well being and Wellness programmes.

Looking at 14 markers used widely in psychotherapy, TCC Well Being gently assesses characteristics such as resilience, work-life balance, sense of true self, need for support and inner rebellion.   The output allows for self-understanding and acceptance as well as specific actions and flags for development and prevention both now and in the future. It is an empowering look at an individual’s subconscious well being bio-data.

Well Being Characteristics

  • Robustness
  • Work-Life Balance
  • Confidence
  • Inner Rebel
  • Fulfilment
  • Resilience
  • Worry
  • Courage
  • Neediness
  • Cautiousness
  • Self-Sufficiency
  • Risk Appetite
  • True Self
  • Keeping Boundaries



Definition: Many of us lose sleep over tough issues concerning relationships at home and work.  The degree to which people are affected by this varies. Some are sufficiently mentally robust to be only mildly influenced; others become quite anxious and are likely to need support.  


Definition: Imbalance between work and home life is known to challenge our sense of well being.  What we know as 'burn-out' is not simply caused by overwork but is often triggered when the workplace ceases to offer shelter from unreleased complex emotions.  When this happens, people often seek further distractions which result in imbalance between professional and personal life.  


Definition: Those who appear very confident or competitive can often inwardly lack confidence.  This is underwritten by a subconscious worry about how we are perceived by others.  In some people this worry manifests as arrogance, in others silence, and – in extreme cases – in panic attacks. 


Definition: Many of us know we have an 'inner rebel'.  From time to time it is useful to channel our sense of rebellion.  However, some people's rebellious nature is very strong.  This leads to frequent clashes with authority and a resultant feeling of self-judgement or blame.  


Definition: Being able to fulfil your potential is one of the foundations of well being.  Without inner fulfilment we are likely to experience frequent feelings of disappointment or discontent for no obvious or apparent reasons.  


Definition: The ability to, and speed at which, we recover from setbacks varies between people.  It is possible to appear very resilient but lack sufficient inner security to weather storms effectively.  This deep sense of personal insufficiency can impede overall well being.  


Definition: Some people have a very flexible approach to life's ups and downs. Others find it hard to adapt to change and can experience disproportionate distress. This is often underwritten by a subconscious desire to 'control' the situation.  An underlying need for control in this sense can breed an ongoing sense of anxiety. 


Definition: For some of us, underlying fears of looking bad or being perceived negatively can lead to a tendency to cover up mistakes or withhold information.  For these people, the desire to 'spin' or present things too positively can stem from feelings of lower self-worth that affect confidence and well-being.


Definition: A sense of adequacy in oneself is central to well being.  Yet some of us are naturally needy and require frequent affirmation or emotional support to maintain a sense of self and security.


Definition: A tendency to focus too much on detail is often underwritten by a fear of an unseen threat.  Those who suspect – subconsciously – that a threat is ever-present often become over-vigilant and mistrustful, resulting in a reduced sense of well being.


Definition: Self-sufficiency is an appealing trait and can allow for strength during difficult times.  However, self-sufficiency in the extreme can lead to distance from others or a lack of healthy companionship, collaboration or connection in relationships.


Definition: Those who are very attracted to taking risks are likely to exhibit dependent traits. This potential for addiction can distort personal and professional responsibilities and compromise well being.


Definition: A secure sense of self, communicated consistently, is important to how comfortable we feel in our own skin.  Those who are driven – subconsciously – to control what they reveal of themselves are likely to experience mental fatigue and high stress levels.  


Definition: Well-being in relationships relies heavily on the ability to maintain appropriate boundaries.  


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