I am a sport and exercise psychologist in training, university lecturer and personal trainer. I offer psychological support services to athletes, teams and coaches in the home counties, in addition to individuals looking to enhance their well-being and generate life-long motivation. 

I completed my psychology degree at the University of Warwick, and my MSc in sport and exercise psychology at Brunel University. I am now in the process of completing the British Psychological Society’s Qualification in Sport and Exercise Psychology, the route to full chartership as a psychologist. I work as a lecturer in psychology at the University of Buckingham, alongside my private consultancy in sport and exercise psychology.

I have worked with athletes in various sports including golf, triathlon, rowing, tennis, athletics, lacrosse, equestrian sport, netball, football and table tennis. I support athletes at every level from touring professional golfers and athletes representing Great Britain, to keen amateurs looking to maximise their potential and enjoyment. Sport psychology is something that every individual can benefit from, regardless of age or level.

Outside of psychology, I spend a lot of my time immersed in sport and exercise through weight-lifting, running, HIIT-training and calisthenics. As a competitive athlete and exercise enthusiast, I am intrinsically interested to unearth what allows each individual to thrive in their chosen pursuit. It is my aim to help others to get the most out of their sport or journey of change, so that it enhances their quality of life and personal satisfaction.

If you would like more information on the psychology or personal training services I offer, please fill in the contact form, or alternatively e-mail me.

coldfieldsportpsych@gmail.com | chloeoldfieldpt@gmail.com