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Sports Psychology Consultant

Ph.d in Sports Psychology

Certified Specialist in Applied Sport Psychology (SASP-FEPSAC)

Member of Team Denmark's Network for Sport Psychological Consultants



Sports psychological training for mental strength and development


I offer mental training to athletes, business people, and performing artists who wish to develop their mental skills, and become mentally stronger.


With me as a mental trainer, the process is always adapted to the client's needs. This could be, for example, a handball player wishing to become better at focusing, and at letting go of mistakes made earlier in the match. It could be a CEO who wishes to become better at dealing with the pressures involved in being responsible for the many employees in the company. It could also be a musician who has a hard time feeling calm in the days leading up to a concert.

Ultimately, mental training is all about optimizing performance. But the way to it, and what to focus on in the mental training process, depends on the client.

I therefore work with the whole person. If there's anything that affects you as a

person, it is also something that can affect your performance. If, for example,

you don't have balance in your everyday life, if school is stressful, or if you're not

happy in your sport or profession, then these things can also be worked on.

The starting point is that people that are in balance, who see meaning in what they

do, who have a general sense of where they are going, why, and how they plan

to get there, will be more mentally strong. This is something that can be developed on

- even for the best.

In the world of sport, finding a good mental trainer can be incredibly difficult.

This is not so strange, as it does not really require much to be able to

call yourself a 'mental trainer'. As an elite athlete, I myself talked to several

'mental trainers' who my National Team coach knew. I clearly remember feeling

that this was just a waste of my time. I felt that they didn't really listen to me, and therefore they didn't 

understand me. It was clear to me that they had a "one-size fits all" approach, where they needed my 

issue to fit their solution - not the other way around. This was frustrating and discouraging. After all, 

they were supposed to be there to help me. 


Finally I came to Team Denmark Sports Psychology consultant Greg Diment, and my work with him, was what made me want to become a sports psychology consultant myself. After working with him, I knew what both good and effective mental training looked like. I knew it was possible to help athlete on their mental game. That is why I work actively to engage in good, ethical, and evidence-based practice.

Read more about me in the section 'About Me' above, and under the CV tab, you can read more about where I have received my training, education, certification, etc.

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