Excellence in sport relies as much on mental factors as it does on physical, technical or tactical skills. What an athlete thinks and feels can impact significantly on their sporting performance. Using a combination of individual and group work, sports psychologists assist athletes and coaches by addressing areas specific to preparation and competition, such as:

  • Arousal and attention zone selection
  • Motivational cues and triggers
  • Focus and relaxation triggers
  • Transition management
  • Short term injury and setbacks
  • Identifying performance inhibitors

Sports psychologists can also assist athletes with their lifestyle choices as well as equipping them with the necessary skills to cope with the demands of being an elite performer.