Sports psychology, also described as performance psychology, is used to help a range of people to achieve a better, more consistent or more refined approach to achieving their goals.
Performance psychology can assist individuals ranging from professional athletes, coaches and trainers to amateur sportspersons and people engaged in recreational sports. Some sports require a larger degree of psychological components than others, however regardless of your chosen activity performance psychology can assist you in maximising your potential. Performance psychology can be beneficial for individual athletes or performers, teams, and coaching and management staff. Performance psychology is also able to extend to artists such as musicians to address the psychological features of performance.
Sports psychology is the study of how psychological factors can influence performance across all aspects of sport and performance, including training and adherence to training plans, achieving balanced nutrition, teamwork, self-discipline, addressing burnout, goal setting, endurance and motivation.
At Strategic Psychology our psychologists will work with you to identify your goals to improve your performance. We will assist you with tailored psychological strategies specific to your needs to achieve and maintain these goals and to continue to improve your performance. We can also help you to balance competing demands to maximise your potential both on and off the sporting field.
Contact us at Strategic Psychology via phone, email or drop in to our office if you would like to make an appointment to see one of our psychologists to begin your journey to achieve a better and more consistent approach to achieving your goals.
No referral is needed to make an appointment.