Optimise Your Mind

Performance and Well-being Psychology



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Better in Character, Better in Craft

As a performance psychologist, I support people in optimising their performance and well-being through the development of self and psychological skills. Performance of any kind requires meeting the mental demands of the challenge to perform at your best. This starts with performance of the mind before you step on the field, the court, in the workplace or in the gym.

It’s a mindset thing.






Who I’ve Supported

Camberley Judo Club
Performance Psychologist Consultant

Limehouse Boxing Academy
Performance Psychologist Consultant

Birmingham City Women’s Football Club
Performance Psychologist

University of Westminster
Performance Psychologist Consultant

Priors Field School
Performance Psychologist Consultant

Northamptonshire County Cricket Club
Performance Psychologist Consultant

Coventry City Football Club Men’s Academy
Performance Psychologist

The Optimum Performance Programme in Sports
Sport Psychology Research Assistant (Las Vegas)

One-to-one Consulting
Various Sport and Fitness athletes

Voluntary Action Coventry
Performance Psychologist Consultant




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Testimonials

Rating: 5 out of 5.

We have been working with Natasha over the last 6 months. Everyone has enjoyed the experience and the feedback from the athletes has been extremely positive. Natasha is professional in her planning and excellent in her delivery. Alongside  steering her sessions with great control she also allows the athletes plenty of time to reflect and feedback. As a coach I have also learned from our sessions and they have indeed made me reflect on my own coaching practice. I would wholeheartedly recommend Natasha to anyone interested in developing their mental skills and strengths. We look forward to continuing our work together in the build up to Birmingham Commonwealth Games and the Paris Olympic Games.

Camberley Judo Club Elite Team

Rating: 5 out of 5.

The three workshops you have delivered to the young boxers on the England Boxing programme where very good. They were clear. well thought out, engaging and I received very positive feedback from all the boxers. Your presentations were to a very high standard throughout and I was impressed with how you catered each workshop to a sport you were not that familiar with. Great job and looking forward to the next one.





Lead Coach England Boxing

Rating: 5 out of 5.

I would highly recommend working with Natasha. Playing rugby, keeping fit and working in a fast paced and challenging environment means I am balancing my health and fitness on a daily basis, to be able to show up the best I can for my colleagues, client and team mates. Since working with Natasha, I have been able to significantly improve my awareness and my behaviour and work on action plans to further reach my goals.





Beth. C (exercise client)

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Natasha is our sports psychologist for athletes in our sporting programme. The initial online workshops last year received great feedback,and her work with our athletes is helping them significantly reach their potential. Her easy to understand terminology for students and presentation style is in a great benefit to working with her. I’m excited to see what the new year brings!


University of Westminster

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Natasha was professional, well prepared and very informative. She balanced the work with clients perfectly, being aware of their needs whilst pushing them to ask questions and be reflective. I was particularly impressed by metaphors and examples she provided to explain ideas.



Voluntary Action Coventry

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Registered Sport & Exercise Psychologist in Training with the British Psychological Society (BPS). Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology (DSEP).