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Stephen is a British Psychological Society Chartered Sport and Exercise Psychologist, and is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council as a practitioner psychologist. As a practitioner he has worked within a range of contexts (sport and exercise) such as golf, cycling, archery, dog agility, and Polar exploration.

Research interests

Stephen's research interest and activity spans sport and exercise psychology (e.g. physical activity and mental health, disability/impairment, psychological benefits of dog-walking amongst older people, sport performance enhancement, mental toughness, psychology of injury). Stephen's main, and growing, research interest lies within practitioner development and he is currently involved in a number of projects exploring how the client-practitioner relationship might be enhanced. Stephen is currently collaborating with a number of researchers within British and American Universities. He has also supervised two PhD candidates to completion of their research, and is currently supervising two further postgraduate students.

Commercial and public engagement

Stephen is keen to share his experiences and learning with the wider public, and so has recently begun to create 'show-case' events, contribute to blogs organised by external organisations, and present at publilc forums.

Education/Academic qualification

Sport, PhD Sport Psychology, University of Northampton

Award Date: 1 Jul 2005

Sport and Exercise, MSc Sport and Exercise Science, The University of Chichester

Award Date: 5 Jul 2000

Sport and Exercise, BSc Hons 2.1 Sport and Exercise Science, The University of Brighton

Award Date: 1 Jul 1999


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