Skype - get a Sports Psychology consultation wherever you are

I realise that you might not be able to get to see me in-person in London for a Sport Psychology appointment. Perhaps you don't live in or near London. The good news is that this is no barrier to getting an appointment and some Sports Psychology help.

 

Why?

 

Because I offer Sports Psychology help via Skype (and the telephone), so wherever you are in the world, you can see a Sports Psychologist. Modern technology really makes the world a smaller and more accessible place. Technology, which everyone has in their mobile phone and computer, enables me to work with sports people across the UK, Europe and the world.

 

Skype consultations are often a great solution when:

 

  • An existing client is away at training camps or competition and wants to keep progressing

  • A sportsperson lives too far away or has too many other commitments to visit me in person

  • A sportsperson who lives abroad who wants to access a UK professional who speaks English

  • A sportsperson is injured and cannot get to me easily (or maybe even out of their house)

Of course, other reasons also exist.

To get help, wherever you are, then get in touch today.

Do Sports Psychology consultations actually work over Skype?

 

In a word, YES.

 

I have plenty of experience of conducting sessions by Skype. They work well. In fact, for some clients, their preference is for Skype appointments, even when they could travel to my consultation rooms. 

 

Why?

 

This is because they can see me without having the travel stress, cost or time lost through travelling. They can see me in the comfort of their own home, workplace, hotel... For clients with children, they have less childcare logistics to deal with, if they can stay at home.

To get Sport Psychology help, wherever you are, then get in touch today, for help by Skype, Telephone, in the City of London, or East Dulwich.

Dr Victor Thompson

Clinical Sports Psychologist

Tel (UK): 07979 622537

help@sportspsychologist.com

© 2018 by Dr Victor Thompson