Simply Perform

Sport Psychology

June 28, 2021

If you were at your best, how would you know?

We help people get better at what they care about by providing one-to-one sport psychology support to a range of amateur and professional athletes.

However, a common misconception is that sport psychology is for those that are “broken”. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Much of the work in sport psychology and central to Andy’s approach is about building on the strengths, resources and competencies of the person.

Common areas where sport psychology may help athletes and coaches include:

  • Increasing confidence and trust in own ability to perform
  • Managing emotions such as nerves, anger or frustration
  • To consider the ‘meaning’ of their emotions and what it suggests about their goals, values and direction in life/sport
  • Understanding and clarifying motivation and the factors that influence them
  • Helping athletes let go of mistakes and refocus on what’s important
  • Understanding their behaviours, how they came to be and consider what they could do differently
  • Identifying optimal mindsets for training and competition, respectively

All client work is based on the client’s unique needs and context and is currently conducted via Zoom or Skype.

Sessions cost £60 per 1-hour session.

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