Initial sessions involve developing an understanding of your unique challenges and concerns, assessing your strengths and weakness, and ultimately developing an evidence-based plan specifically tailored to your needs.
How many appointments will I need to have?
Some people find they can gain the progress they are looking for from four to five sessions whereas others find it more useful to make regular appointments (once a week or fortnight) over an extended period to develop a more extensive repertoire of skills.
How much do you charge?
A one hour appointment is $120 via Skype or $150 face-to-face. Mental Health Care Plan rebates available. Student or low income discounts also available, please don't hesitate to discuss.
Shouldn't I be able to do this by myself?
It's a common mistake to think that when it comes to our brains, we should be able to manage it ourselves and that there is something 'wrong' with us if we can't. Performance psychology isn't about 'fixing' you - it's about learning new skills that make your performing more enjoyable and more successful. For the most part, the dysfunctional habits we develop are the result of not knowing a better technique, or not understanding the full impact of our choices or actions. You can try to figure out a better way by yourself, or you can rely on scientifically supported, reputable techniques for a targeted approach to fast tracking your mental development. A great deal of professional performers rely on professional assistance in preparing their mental game.
If there are other questions you would like answered, please don't hesitate to make contact.