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Sport Psychologist

Sport psychologists work with athletes and teams on their psychological approach. This can involve helping athletes develop their psychological approach to competition, for example by enhancing confidence, dealing with anxiety and maintaining focus.To become a sport psychologist a person will complete a recognized undergraduate degree in psychology, a masters degree accredited by the British Psychological Society and then two further years of training recognised by the  Health and Care Professions CouncilYou can read more about the training routes from this book

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