JACK HICKS-FLYNN – MSC - MBPSS
BPS STAGE 2
I am Jack Hicks-Flynn, a Trainee Sport Psychologist with the British Psychology Society. I work with a broad range of clients including individual athletes, teams, coaches and referees, from amateur to elite professional level across a range of sporting disciplines. I develop tailored interventions to assist athletes in preparation for competition and to deal with the psychological demands of the sport. In doing so, equipping athletes with mental strategies to cope with, and overcome, setbacks or injuries. I advise coaches how to improve squad cohesion or communication by delivering group workshops on areas such as self-analysis of performance or techniques to develop mental skills within the sport. On completion of my Masters in Applied Sport & Exercise Psychology from St. Mary’s University, Twickenham, I have started to work with athletes and teams involved in sport from amateur to elite-professional level. My aim is to help athletes deal psychologically with the demands of sport, and to improve their personal development and performance. I am also the Academy Performance Psychologist at Luton Town Football Club.