Are you looking to take your applied psychology support to the next level?
Our Applied Psychology course is part of our Pro-Practitioner series; individual courses designed specially for sports scientists to help you excel in your career.
This 5 week course delivered by Chris Marshall and Rebecca Levett, will help you hone your practice craft, by sharing the critical dynamics that you need to work with for individual, team and system support, so that you're able to make profound and lasting effect in your support work.
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Why take this course?
Advance your skills and make your CV stand out
Get access to a community of likeminded people for support
Work through real-world dilemmas
Formulate your case work at a much deeper level and apply impactful frameworks
Learn from the comfort of your own home
Who is this course for?
This course is perfect for Professional and 'in-training' psychologists aiming to develop effective practice for their clients. The course will allow you to lean on the experience of the tutors to develop simple frameworks to enable you to harness your skills.
If you're still in training and developing your resume of professional development, then this course will advance your skills ahead of your stage of development.
Course students from around the world
10 lessons over 5 weeks, delivered online
A systematic overview of the key areas of performance psychology support and how to make short and long term impact
Live Q&A with your expert course tutors, Chris Marshall and Rebecca Levett
Access to a forum with your cohort for questions and support
A certificate at the end of the course
Chris Marshall and Rebecca Levett - Course tutors
Chris Marshall, Sport and Exercise Psychologist, formerly English Institute of Sport, ECB, FA, currently Team Anthony Joshua, Wasps, RFC, Notts CCC
Rebecca Levett, Sport and Exercise Psychologist with GB Hockey Women’s team formerly FA, Manchester City FC, Archery GB, Surrey CCC and ECB.
"We’ve created this course to support the psychologist practitioner to understand and develop the skills required to truly apply their knowledge. There is a clear difference between what’s learned in the class, through supervision and what psychologists are challenged with when working with athletes, teams and coaches. We’ll share with you the key areas that will help you navigate through the noise while giving you practical examples, real-world dilemmas, challenging situations and frameworks to move your work, and your clients, forward."
"I really enjoyed the course. Chris and Rebecca really brought the content to life. I now have much more confidence in what to focus on and how to work to support athletes."
BPS Chartered and HCPC Registered Sport & Exercise Psychologist
"This course offered a unique blend of technical development (e.g. lessons in needs analysis and formulation) and applied developmental areas (e.g., working effectively with adolescents, coaches and teams, supporting mental health) that I am confident will allow me to navigate the complexity of elite sport while giving me confidence in my ability to manage real-world dilemmas and challenging situations. Overall, as a sport psychologist in training, the course has enabled me to work with greater clarity and practical application in a range of areas that most importantly, will create greater impact for my work in complex high-performance settings. "
Sports Psychologist in training
Why study with Supporting Champions?
We help sports professionals deliver world-class results. Our performance consultants have decades of experience and have worked with the likes of Sir Steve Redgrave, Sir Matthew Pinsent, the GB rowing team and Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill. Our Director was Lead Science Support at the Athens, London and Rio Olympics.
Our passion for the last 10 years has been applying elite performance strategies to performance minded-people, businesses, executives - to enable individual and collective performance. We are specialists in analytical sports science and we are passionate about helping you achieve world-class performance of your own.