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The human brain is an amazing piece of kit, and athletes can learn to use this to enhance their performance. Maybe you ‘choke’ under pressure or perform amazing in training but poor in competitions. Whatever your challenge is, please get in touch so I can help you make some breakthroughs in your sport.

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Sport psychology is an invaluable tool for athletes, as participating in sports requires mastering a number of physical and mental tasks. Incorporating sport psychology into an athlete’s training plan can help them reach the top of their sport and achieve peak performance. First, sport psychology focuses on developing mental strength and resilience. Athletes are often faced with stressors during practice and competition, like pressure to perform or meeting expectations. Sport psychology can help athletes learn how to build mental toughness by recognizing and responding to these stressors in effective and productive ways. Additionally, sport psychology can help athletes build confidence and self-belief, enabling them to take risks and remain motivated even in challenging circumstances. Second, sport psychology can help athletes improve their focus and concentration. To be successful in any sport, athletes must be able to focus intently on the task at hand and maintain their attention. Sport psychology can help athletes identify potential mental distractions so they can develop strategies to minimize their impact and stay focused on their performance.

How sport psychology helps athletes

For example, by addressing specific thought patterns that lead to anxiety or fear, athletes can develop coping mechanisms that allow them to stay focused and stay on track. Third, sport psychology can help athletes enhance their motivation and commitment. The more motivated an athlete is, the more likely they are to remain dedicated to their sport and continue progressing. Sports psychologists can help athletes identify their goals and values, as well as develop strategies to stay motivated and committed. Additionally, they can help athletes find ways to enjoy their sport and see it as an opportunity for personal growth, rather than just something to compete in. 

Further benefits

Finally, sport psychology can help athletes improve their communication skills, both with coaches and other players. Communication is a key skill for any athlete, as it allows them to effectively communicate their objectives and receive feedback from others. Sport psychology can help athletes learn how to better read nonverbal cues, understand different perspectives, and practice active listening. In sum, investing in sport psychology as an athlete has many beneficial effects. It can help athletes develop mental strength and resilience, boost focus and concentration, increase motivation and commitment, and enhance communication skills. Sports psychology is an essential tool for athletes that can ensure peak performance and success.

Beth Sullivan Man City Development Squad 2021/2022

I started working with Steve because my confidence and resilience had taken a real knock after a few difficult months in my football career.  Steve played a crucial role in my recovery and development by enlightening me on the profound significance of the mental aspect of the game. He guided me through the highs and lows of football and equipped me with valuable coping strategies to navigate through them effectively. Notably, setting specific goals with Steve proved immensely helpful, enabling me to stay focused and motivated. 
Moreover, Steve introduced me to visualisation techniques and the PETTLEP method, which empowered me to mentally rehearse positive scenarios during matches. This mental imagery bolstered my confidence and performance on the field.
Steve’s mentorship helped me enhance my mental resilience by teaching me how to manage my thoughts, improve my self talk,  and maintain  focus during games. This assisted me in avoiding overthinking both during and after matches, directing my attention to my individual goals rather than speculating about others’ thoughts and opinions. He also helped me with my A level revision!
Overall, Steve’s professional guidance really impacted my football journey, equipping me with invaluable mental tools that have significantly contributed to my growth as a player and an individual. I thoroughly enjoyed working with Steve and am grateful for his advice, guidance and support. Beth Sullivan

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Notice: An intake session is required first and costs £35

Sport psychology consultants use intake interviews to gain an understanding of the athlete’s experience. They use the interview to assess the athlete’s strengths and weaknesses in terms of physical, mental, and psychological skills, as well as their goals for therapy. This helps the psychology consultant to create a treatment plan tailored to the athlete’s individual needs. Click here to read our terms and conditions.

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