DEVELOPING INNOVATIVE STRATEGIES
Sports psychology is not just about dealing with an issue, it's about developing consistent and positive performances.
“Champions produce normal and predictable performances, in very abnormal and unpredictable environments”
Achieve Your Goals
Return From Injury
Cope With Pressure
We offer a full range of Sport Psychology services, including a unique specialism in Team Communication. We can help you, your team or your business progress forward through a range of interventions tailored to you, your teams, or your businesses specific needs and requirements.
We are always looking to develop and grow our skills, which means we constantly involved with some kind of fun exciting project. Take a look at some of the innovative things we have been up to.
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We have worked with a range of different organisations to deliver support and innovation. From team building, to problem resolution and counselling, we have delivered a range of high quality and rewarding services.
Oliver Spensley-Corfield MSc. PgDip CPsychol
Sport psychology has always been at the forefront of my sporting career, a discipline and a tool that has encapsulated my mind and produced an everlasting inquisitiveness. Having competed and coached at an international level Oliver has an understanding of what it takes as well as the pressures involved with being at the top of a sport.
Oliver is a British Psychological Society (BPS) Chartered and HCPC registered Psychologist
How Can Sport Psychology Help Me, My Team, or My Buisness?
Sport psychology can improve performance, consistency, enjoyment, and bring a competitive edge to your game. Examples of areas where psychology support can make a difference are:
Coping with pressure
Improving focus and concentration
Dealing with stress and anxiety
Understanding performance states - arousal and relaxation
Increasing motivation and enjoyment
Recovering from injury
Transitioning in sport (Team Transitions, Progressing to professionalism, Retiring from sport)