Helping Individuals And Teams Maximise

POTENTIAL

Meet Mike

Mike created Mind Poise with the sole purpose of wanting to help people thrive in their chosen careers. As a former professional cricketer with Hampshire CCC, he has a deep understanding of the challenges inherent in professional sport. Mike is a Sport and Exercise Psychology Consultant registered with the British Psychological Society (BPS), working towards Chartered Status and registration with the Health and Care Professions Council. Through evidence-based practice and underpinned by a humanistic player-centred philosophy, Mike develops bespoke performance and well-being programmes for athletes, coaches, support-staff and teams across a wide-range of sports. 

 

How I Can

Help You

Sport Psychology has become an integral part to individuals and teams reaching their goals, achieving success and having fun whilst doing so. This rings true in sports, but also within business settings. Through my experience of professional sport, combined with knowledge and understanding attained during training and applied practice, I have been fortunate to develop a set of consulting skills which can cater for a range of ages and abilities across a wide-range of sports. Whether you are looking to 'find the edge' in order to turn pro, improve how you perform under pressure, develop skills such as confidence and concentration or wish to develop mental wellbeing during injury, I am confident of providing you the skills to thrive.

It might just be a simple chat, it could be walking around the golf course together, or it might be providing workshops for your team. I am happy and able to mould around your individual needs. Check out my services to get an idea of how we could work together and get in touch!

Remember - to improve your skills, physical fitness is desirable. Mental fitness is essential.

 
Contact

I am based in South-West London, however work nationwide and I am available over Skype.

Tel: +44 7769 970953

mike@mind-poise.com

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Registered Sport and Exercise Psychologist in training with the British Psychological Society, UK