Performance psychology involves using psychological principles to enhance performance and well-being in demanding or competitive situations. Examples include:

  • Vocations such as; Defence, Medical, Legal, Media, Commission-based jobs, Aviation, Emergency Services, Correctional Services, Dangerous & Hazardous Environments
  • Executives, Managers
  • Performance Artists (e.g. dancers, musicians, actors)
  • Students
Performance psychology involves using psychological principles to enhance performance

Performance psychology services may involve assistance in:

  • Performance strategy assessment and intervention
  • Developing techniques for setting and achieving goals
  • Developing a successful attitude
  • Attention & focus
  • Maintaining control in fearful situations
  • Enhancing decision making
  • Communication skills
  • Conflict management
  • Team culture, cohesion, and performance
  • People management
  • Motivation
  • Confidence
  • Resilience
  • Risk assessment and management
  • Maintaining performance under stress
  • And more...


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