BA (Psych) (Hons), MPsych (Sport & Exercise)
Matt’s history working as a psychologist with Mental Notes began in 2006. His passion for working with competitive people who want to achieve something more has seen him develop performance enhancement programs and strategies for individuals and teams.
He completed a Master of Psychology (Sport & Exercise) at The University of Queensland. He is registered as a Psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia. Matt is passionate about performance with more than 15 years’ experience working with elite athletes and leaders in the corporate sector. Matt’s approach is to help people see what success looks like and to understand what they need to do to achieve it. This understanding and ownership of outcome is the foundation of achieving results whether on the field or at work.
Matt has a practical approach which helps his clients understand the whole performance picture from the physical, technical, tactical, and mental perspectives. They come away with a clear understanding of what it takes for them to drive themselves to achieve great results.
Over the last five years, Matt has continued to build on his considerable experience improving people performance in the corporate sector by working with leaders and teams in areas of learning and development, organisational development, change management, and creating cultures of growth and success. Matt has worked with groups to develop and implement leadership development programs at different levels of organisations. The SME space is one that Matt is particularly drawn to as it gives him the chance to work with people who want to achieve but are also willing to take ownership of the pathway to success.
Matt works with teams and individuals and can facilitate both face-to-face and remote consultations. He draws on his experience working with elite athletes to help his clients understand their peak performance factors and to learn the psychological skills to perform at their peak more consistently.
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