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Dr Paul McCarthy - Practitioner Psychologist

Dr Paul McCarthy is a chartered sport psychologist with the British Psychological Society and practitioner psychologist with the Health and Care Professionals Council.

He has spent the past 15 years helping amateur and professional athletes to excel and win when it matters most in sport.

Paul worked for several years at Nottingham Forest football club but now works mainly in professional golf and tennis. His clients have played and won on various tours within the UK and Europe.

He has authored several books (e.g., The Successful Golfer: Practical Fixes for the Mental Game of Golf; Becoming a Sport Psychologist) and peer-reviewed research articles exploring the value of positive emotion for sport performance and why athletes lose concentration.

Using sophisticated eye tracking equipment to explore differences among novice and elite golfers in various parts of the game, he is a psychologist with special expertise on supervision within the register of applied psychology practice supervisors supporting students to become chartered sport psychologists.

Paul has also contributed to articles in golf magazines such as Bunkered and Today’s Golfer.