Don’t make New Year’s Resolutions (but do set some SMARTER goals)

Dr Josephine Perry, Sports Psychologist

The media is full of ‘Set your New Year Resolution’ articles at this time of year. Here at The Practice at 322 we will go against the grain and suggest you don’t. New Year resolutions are not sticky (they rarely make it past January 31st

2018-12-10T11:05:12+00:00December 10th, 2018|Categories: Sports psychology|Tags: , , , , |

Five sports psychology techniques we can learn from the England football team

Dr Josephine Perry, Sports Psychology Consultant

Five of the techniques I noticed being used by the England team replicate well over to many other sports and learning about them could help us all to have better performances, whatever field, court or track we compete on.

1. Seeing competitions as […]

Being a Great Sports Parent

Dr Josephine Perry, Sports Psychology Consultant

Sport is really important for children. The physical benefits are obvious but research has also found school children who exercise improve their sociable behaviour, their classroom conduct, control their emotions better and perform better on school tests. It also increases their self-esteem and confidence, improves their sleep, reduces […]

2018-11-10T17:43:34+00:00July 20th, 2017|Categories: Sports psychology|Tags: , , , , |

Superstition in sport

Dr Josephine Perry, Sports Psychology Consultant

Wimbledon is on its way. Along with the famous strawberries and cream, the immaculately turned out ball boys and girls and all of our favourite tennis players there is something else which might keep your interest while watching. Superstition spotting.

Serena Williams’ pregnancy means we will miss her superstitions […]

2018-11-10T17:45:57+00:00June 15th, 2017|Categories: Sports psychology|Tags: , , |