ef sport psychology
ef provides sport psychology consultancy support to individuals and teams. ef is short
for exciting futures - a psychological
consultancy practice established by Calum Webster. Calum is a psychologist with
a track record of helping individuals and teams improve performance. Clients
value his professionalism, sense of humour and engaging enthusiasm.
Calum first used psychological techniques with sportspersons over ten years ago. At that time, he worked with karateka, judo players and golfers.
In the last five years, Calum has helped professional sportspersons from a variety of sports including football, rugby, snooker and darts. He has helped professionals to
- gain confidence and improve self-motivation
- learn faster and get a better return on their training
- sharpen their skills and overcome mental barriers
- stop the rot and accelerate their ranking
- express and develop their personality
- relate more effectively with their manager
- keep focused and recover quickly from injury
- beat their "bogie" opposition
- improve their finishing and competitiveness
Recently, he has worked with individuals and teams from the worlds of
- PGA golf
- BDO darts
- PDC darts
- WPBSA snooker
- Scottish and English premier league rugby union
- Super League rugby league
- English First Division football
- Scottish Premier and First Division football.
Calum includes a professional world champion in his list of clients.
He won't tell you your job. He'll help you build on the strengths you already have and develop new insights that you can put to practical use. He'll help you express your skills and sharpen your psychological edge.
Excited by the human capability to learn, he will focus on your individual
giftedness to unlock your potential fully.
He’ll enjoy learning some more about your sport and stick to what he’s good at. His game is helping you reach peak performance.
Calum Webster can help individuals and teams in three arenas: their private life, training and competition. These arenas interact closely and must be carefully managed at mental and emotional levels.
Too often managers and performers neglect the psychological impact of their private life on their performance - or the impact on their private life. A new relationship, a change in lifestyle, dealing with the media and other demands can influence your mental sharpness. Social life and work life must be balanced and handled sensitively.
Training is a critical and substantial part of the performer’s life. It must be enjoyable time well spent. With psychological insight, coaches can help their people get much more out of training. Performers can learn energizing techniques which can become a natural and key part of their daily preparation.
As the sporting stakes get higher, higher achievers have looked to psychology
to reach new targets. They can feel more “switched on” during
competition. They can acquire essential mental skills to help enhance
performance significantly at various stages of their event.
There is more to winning than physical skills. Talented sport performers have long known about the power of the mind. Now, they can systematically master creative ways to feel more confident and act more competently.
Technical skill is one thing, the mind game is another.
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