How Can a Sport Psychologist Help Me Be a Better Football Player?
Do you want to fulfil your full potential? Do you want to improve your confidence and concentration?
To talk to one of our Sport Psychologists, click here.
But how much time do you spend actually training your mindset? Probably not much. That's where a Sports Psychologist can help.
On the pitch, it can be easy to panic and forget your training, click the button below to read our blog on how to perform under pressure.
What you think about before a match can have a big impact on your performance, but thinking with focus and positivity is easier said than done. Click the button below to learn how to improve your pre-match mindset.
Why are Germany so much better than England at taking penalties? Sport Psychology of course! Our guide gets to the bottom of the perfect penalty. Quick! Someone tell Gareth Southgate!
Download our infographic to improve your in game psychology. It can be printed out for display and inspiration!
Download our infographic on why home sides have the advantage, print it out to remind you that it's all psychological.
You've read our blog on the psychology behind the perfect penalty, and now you can download this handy infographic, print it off and stick it up in the England dressing room...
We have had the pleasure and privilege of working with some of the best footballers in the country. These include senior internationals who have played for England, Scotland, Wales and Japan. We have worked with many players from a range of clubs that include Manchester United, Tottenham, West Ham, Crystal Palace, Watford and Brighton and Hove Albion.
We work with individuals on a private confidential basis. Sessions take place wherever our clients prefer. This includes at the training ground or at their house.
Yes lots! Here's a quick one. Focus on what is most important and what you can control. What three things do you need to do well in order to have a great game? Focusing on them and not on any distractions allows you to get into the zone faster.
You can break down mental toughness into three sections; before, during and after a match. Before a match it is all about good focus in the build-up. During a match it is about performing well under pressure. After a match it is about reflecting and learning as much as possible from the experience.
Yes, Some sport psychologists are great university lecturers and researchers. Unfortunately, this doesn’t always translate into helping footballers play better. We are different. We have worked with hundreds of footballers over many years and have helped academy footballers earn pro contracts, first team players play better and helped senior internationals represent their country. So the answer is yes we do.
Get in touch with us here. We are happy to have a chat about what we do and how you could play better football by working with a sport psychologist.