Welcome to Think Clearly Sport. Using sport and performance psychology, we make it possible for you to develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for your performance pursuit. Whether you are looking to realise your potential, better enjoy your performance pursuit, perform at a higher or more consistent level, or simply wanting more from your performance, get in touch to see what Think Clearly Sport can do for you.
Think Clearly Sport is run by James Lambdon, a Chartered Sport Psychologist, registered with the HCPC. Learn more about James here.
Work with us
A Chartered Sport Psychologist with the BPS, registered with the HCPC, James uses his extensive experience to provide support to individual athletes, groups, teams, and organisations.
With nearly a decade of lecturing experience on undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, James provides guest talks or presentations on a range of sport and performance psychology topics.
Engaging in supervision is a fundamental part of being a Sport Psychologist. James offers both postgraduate supervision for the BPS QSEP and professional supervision for practitioners.
James is experienced in writing and contributing to articles concerning the psychology of sport and performance for a wide range of platforms, publications, and sports.
Individual support is available for athletes, coaches, officials, support staff, and performers. Typically delivered on a one-on-one basis, sessions can be arrange on a weekly, monthly, or seasonal basis, and are available as single sessions, or blocks of three, five, or seven. These are charged accordingly. All individuals are provided with a psychological development (created in collaboration with you), enabling you to track your development and performance.Read more
Bespoke programmes of support or one off workshops can be provided upon request. Whether you involved in a sports teams or group of performers, this form of support is a great way to engage multiple people in sport psychology sessions. Typically conducted with input from a range of stakeholders (e.g. coaches, athletes, captains, parents, and support staff) this form of support is driven by the goals of the team or the group. Support costs reflect the level of support requested.Read more
Spotlight Profiling and SpotlightTEAMS
Spotlight is a personality proﬁling tool, designed with performance in mind. Having completed accredited practitioner training, James can lead you (or you team) through Spotlight Profiling and SpotlightTEAMs. Spotlight tools helps performers to understand their natural performance preferences; helping people to FLEX their style to connect with others, and COPE in order to thrive. This profiling process involves completion of an online preferences assessment, and a face to face debriefing session (to either an individual or team), helping you adapt your approach to maximise your performance.Read more
Through Think Clearly Sport, James offers a comprehensive group supervision program to candidates working towards completion of the British Psychological Society’s Stage II Qualification in Sport and Exercise Psychology (QSEP). This unique supervision programme offers a blend of group, peer, and individual supervision. As a QSEP supervisor, James appears on the BPS Register of Applied Practice Supervisors (RAPPS).Learn more
James is experienced in writing and contributing to articles concerning the psychology of sport and performance, across a range of platforms and publications. To see some of the articles James has contributed to, have a look here (blog post link). If you are interested in James creating content, or contributing to an article, please get in touch to discuss your requirements.Read more
I have been working with James for the past 2 years and he has really opened my eyes to ensuring that I arrive at tournaments fresh physically and mentally. James doesn’t have 1 strategy which fits all, he is very quick to adapt his approach to suit you and work with you on a personalized plan.
It took me a little while to understand and accept that less practice could actually make me play better, however, the results have spoken for themselves, I have won the last 2 county championships, something I haven’t achieved in 15 years of trying and improved in all areas of my game.
James has helped me to understand my golf and my energy levels, without a doubt his help has enabled to achieve more from my game and also enjoy playing golf even more!
I first met with James having suffered from panic attacks during open water swims in triathlon; pretty unpleasant experiences that had a big impact on my performance. Working with James has enabled me to take a more systematic and realistic approach to training and competition, and has really improved my understanding of myself as an athlete. I have no doubt that James’ input and support made a big contribution to my success this season, which culminated in a fantastic experience at the Age Group World Championships, and I can’t thank him enough.Phoebe Sanders – Triathlete
I first got in contact with James a few years ago after he came highly recommended by my County Coach. I was seeking consistency in all areas of my game. James’s practical approach to coaching leaves me instantly more confident and with plenty of games/drills to help concreate the work done in our talks. Anyone that is serious about taking their sports performance to the next level should have regular psychology coaching/support. Mental faults are harder to iron out than technical faults, with guidance from James you will be able to reach your goals at an excelled rate.Jeremy Larcombe – Amateur Golfer
Think Clearly Golf
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