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Mindset coaching in sport and exercise

Having worked with some of the worlds best athletes at some the highest levels of competition including European, World, Olympic, and Paralympic Games, Matthew is uniquely placed to offer high quality, high level sport and exercise psychology support to athletes of all levels. Starting in 2012 Matthew worked up through the ranks and applied his skills to national level athletes in Kent and London, he delivered psychology to coaches at the Professional Golf Association and the British Association of Snow Sport Instructors, he then became head of psychology at England Touch Rugby supporting them at a European Championships. Most recently Matthew has supported a Paralympic team in preparation for Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, working with the prestigious English Institute of Sport.

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Individual mindset coaching

This is an opportunity for athletes or coaches to work closely with expert mindset coach, Matthew. This is where many athletes use their time to work grow their mental skills and characteristics to improve their performance. Matthew uses the latest techniques in sport psychology, cognitive-behavioural coaching and cognitive neuroscience to develop a high performance mindset. 

1 to 1 high-performance mindset coaching starts with an initial intake and needs analysis session. We will set some targets to guide the work we do, and will work towards those targets on a session by session basis. How many sessions you have is guided by you and when we finish working together you will be provided with a report that details the work we have done together, and the skills and techniques that you have learnt to improve your performance.

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Teams and Groups

Matthew takes an integrated approach to developing teams and groups. Working closely with coaches, athletes, support staff, parents, committees, directors, etc. Matthew will help you and your team create their collective high-performance mindset, an unstoppable performance culture, and slick team dynamics. This is because mindset is everyones business 

Matthews team and group mindset coaching approach is underpinned by cutting edge research and practice from performance psychology, mindset coaching, business, the military, sport science and psychology, how humans learn, and how humans interact with each other. 

Connect and contact now to discuss your team mindset coaching sessions. 

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The CORE psychology programme involves 13 hours of 1 to 1 coaching in performance psychology. It is designed to give you the skills and techniques necessary for performance excellence. 

You can complete the program in as little as 5 weeks having 4 sessions a week, or lengthen the programme and complete over a number of months. 

The CORE programme covers 4 CORE skills needed for performance psychology excellence: Control, knOw, Respond, and Engage. Each skill is broken down into a set of training sessions designed to take you from mental training novice to mental training genius. 

Specialising and focussing on controlling thoughts, emotions, and behaviours. knOwing yourself, your strengths, and your values, Responding to success, challenges, problems, and mistakes, and Engaging with goals, focus, and the present moment. This program will change your mental performances. 

The programme offers a massive 20% discount on completing the same number of hours in individual 1 to 1 sessions. Click here for more information 



As a training Cognitive-Behaviour Therapist Matthew is trained to deal with a wide range of mental health problems that athletes could have. Whilst working under supervision with a clinical psychologist Matthew will help you work through your disorder and will treat you as both a mental health patient and athletes. In addition Matthew has worked as an advisor setting up mental health education and policy for large National Governing Bodies and international organisations. 

A few conditions I work with:
- Depression
- Anxiety
- Eating disorders
- PTSD (from trauma, or injury)
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Phobias
- Substance Misuse

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