Whether you have ambitions, competitive goals in mind, want to improve your performance or simply want to participate more in sport Helen can support you in a number of ways:

  1. Outreach: writing for magazines or giving talks, workshops, lectures about sport psychology and what athletes of all levels can do to improve performances.
  2. Performance strategy: working with individual athletes to teach skills, techniques and strategies to help them perform better.
  3. Performance barriers: working with individual athletes to address specific areas they feel are holding them back.
  4. Team performance: working with teams to provide individual and group support for athletes in creating a team vision, team building and team performance enhancement
How can I benefit from Sport Psychology?
Understanding yourself as an athleteit's in your mind
Recovering from an injuryit's in your mind
Assessing your motivationsit's in your mind
Developing pre-performance routinesit's in your mind
Building confidence and self-beliefit's in your mind
Improving your concentrationit's in your mind
assessing your self talkit's in your mind
Relaxationit's in your mind
Improving preparation for eventsit's in your mind
Identifying your strengthsit's in your mind
dealing with team dynamicsit's in your mind
Understanding relationships with coaches, team mates and competitorsit's in your mind
Dealing with pressure situationsit's in your mind
Coping with competitionit's in your mind
Controlling your emotions at key momentsit's in your mind
Setting goalsit's in your mind

Many people spend hours physically training in their sport and rarely any time on the psychological aspect of sport, yet many reasons for success or failure in sport are often attributed to psychological issues:

“I knew I was going to do it” or “I got so nervous, I couldn’t perform to my best”

Taking some time to work on Sport Psychology can make big differences to not just your competitive aspirations but your enjoyment of your sport. It is about getting you into a winning state of body and mind for your sporting performances.

What is my approach?

My consultancy approach aims to get you thinking! By listening to you and how you feel about your sport, I will aim to help you understand how you think, feel and behave and how this can affect the way you perform. The ability to exercise control over your mental and physical states during performance can help you to fulfil your potential. Using evidence-based approaches I can work with you to give you mental tools and techniques to enhance your performance.