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Looking for a Sport Psychologist in London – United Kingdom?

If you are looking for a sport psychologist to work with in London, call Dr Andrea Furst on 0744 744 7549 and she will organise an appointment with you!

Check our her bio on the Mental Notes Consulting website.

And, check out her LinkedIn profile.

If you have any questions prior to booking your appointment please email us on info@mentalnotesconsulting.com.au.

Looking for a Sport Psychologist in Singapore?

If you are looking for a sport psychologist to work with in Singapore, call Singapore Sports Medicine Centre on 6737 1000 and they will be able to book you an appointment with Dr Jay-Lee Longbottom!

Singapore Sports Medicine Centre provides a variety of collaborative sports medicine services in the same location, which is truly unique to Singapore… A ‘one stop shop’!

Singapore Sports Medicine Centre
10 Sinaran Drive
#08-08 Novena Medical Center
Singapore 307 506
www.ssmc.sg

Located in the swish Novena Medical Center where there is ample undercover parking and lift access.

If you have any questions prior to booking your appointment please email us on info@mentalnotesconsulting.com.au.

Looking for a Sport Psychologist in Perth, Western Australia?

We have the West covered!

If you are looking for a sport psychologist to work with in Perth contact us on info@mentalnotesconsulting.com.au.

Looking for a Sport Psychologist on the Gold Coast, Queensland – Australia?

If you are looking for a sport psychologist to work with on the Gold Coast, call Allsports Physiotherapy & Sports Medicine on 5528 2666 and they will be able to book you an appointment with us!

Allsports Physiotherapy & Sports Medicine is the home to one of the board members, Dr Kerrie Evans, of the World Scientific Congress of Golf.

Allsports Physiotherapy & Sports Medicine
5/102 Queen Street
Southport 4215
www.allsportsphysio.com.au

Access via Queen Street and there is parking available directly out the front of the clinic.

If you have any questions prior to booking your appointment please email us on info@mentalnotesconsulting.com.au.

Looking for a Sport Psychologist on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland – Australia?

The love of applied sport psychology started for us on the Sunshine Coast!

If you are looking for a sport psychologist to work with on the Sunshine Coast contact us on info@mentalnotesconsulting.com.au.

 

Looking for a Sport Psychologist in Brisbane, Queensland – Australia?

If you are looking for a sport psychologist to work with in Brisbane, call the Queensland Sports Medicine Centre on 3891 2000 and they will be able to book you an appointment with us!

Queensland Sports Medicine Centre is located in the Hyundai Centre at the iconic Gabba Cricket Ground, the home of the Brisbane Lions Football Club.

Queensland Sports Medicine Centre
Hyundai Centre
The Gabba Cricket Ground
812 Stanley Street
Woolloongabba 4102
www.qsmc.net.au

There is limited parking available directly out the front of Gate 2 near the corner of Stanley and Main Streets.

If you have any questions prior to booking your appointment please email us on info@mentalnotesconsulting.com.au.

Focused Connection to Your Goals

Working toward your long-term goal with determination involves learning the art of “fully-focusing” on your daily tasks, the uninterrupted connection between two things: You and your directed action toward reaching your goals.

When you are focused in your training as an athlete, or in performing your daily assignments as a business professional, you are totally connected to what you are doing; your task at hand.  In the sporting world, focusing means tuning in to your body, concentrating on your coordination and technique with a simple cue or “trigger” such as “fix”, “anchor”, “connect” and “press”, whilst paying attention to your breathing, and rhythm of movement in the present moment.  In the corporate world, your focus must be adaptable, like the […]

A Genius Worth Celebrating

A review of Steve Jobs: The Exclusive Biography by Walter Isaacson
Despite receiving the hard copy of this book in 2011, the year that Steve Jobs passed away, I have only recently finished reading it.  Due to travel I reverted to the iPad version and left the rather large hardcover edition at home. So as I take another flight, finish reading the electronic version and tap its review on my iPad, while listening to a selection of beats on iTunes, I reflect on an extraordinary life of the one and only Steve Jobs.
Whether you are an Apple fan or not, this book is worth reading.  Walter Isaacson has provided an unbiased account of Steve’s personality with unmatched insight into his […]

Have you Fallen off the Wagon? Practical tips to get back on track and sustain your wellness plan

The area of psychology that I am most passionate about is wellness and the mental approach to optimising one’s physical health and fitness goals.  The mid-way mark in the year provides the perfect time point for all, from recreational to elite athletes, as well as corporate professionals to review their health and fitness goals and reflect on the lifestyle habits most individuals have seemingly involuntarily adopted as the year passes by.  It is typical to reflect on the goals you set at the beginning of the year and realise you have fallen off the wagon.  It is also common for many of us to surrender these goals to our hectic schedule and look forward to the following January when […]

The Juggling Act: Getting the balance right for you when you are a high achiever

State of Origin football is one of my all-time favourite Australian sporting events with many displays of mental toughness and mateship.  However, many players involved in State of Origin perform incredible feats of strength and courage one night and then days, even weeks later, they struggle to maintain that same level of commitment in their club matches.  Whilst the absence of hype, atmosphere, and adrenalin rush that comes from playing representative football when returning to their club can often play a role in this drop in performance; emotional, mental and physical fatigue plays a big part.

Are there too many demands on athletes with both representative and club responsibilities?

The idea of juggling demanding periods of high stress and pressure is […]