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About Me

Greg Daubney (CPsychol) has been applying sport and exercise psychology principles to individuals, teams, coaches and parents since 2008. He is one of a very small number of chartered Sport and Exercise Psychologists registered with the British Psychological Society (BPS) and whose work is regulated through the health and care professions council (HCPC). Greg obtained a Master of Science qualification in Sport and Exercise Psychology from Roehampton University in 2010, having earlier graduated with a BSc in Psychology from the University of Sussex.

Greg has consulted at all levels of sport including with an elite female football team (Brighton and Hove Albion Ladies Football Team), elite level individual football players, talent development with elite junior tennis players, individual club level tennis players and tennis teams, beach volleyball players and golfers from 3 handicap to 18. Greg holds LTA tennis and UKCC volleyball coaching qualifications and has a clean disclosure and barring service certificate. He also holds a current HSE approved first aid certificate and mental health first aid certificate from Mental Health England. Greg has run workshops and presented on the application of psychology to performance domains at Wembley Stadium, Old Trafford, Wales Millennium Centre, the Royal College of Music, the Royal Northern College of Music and the Swiss National Opera House.  

Beyond sport, Greg has worked on developing many top musicians psychological approach to performance and frequently runs workshops with the Incorporated Society of Musicians, across the UK for musicians seeking to enhance their own performance levels and cope with the high demands of a career in music. Greg, in collaboration with his wife (Dr Ally Daubney) also runs numerous workshops for music teachers to help them effectively handle their students' music performance anxiety.

In conjunction with his wife, Greg has published two books centred on effective psychological approaches to performance management. The first is a practical resource for music teachers to provide them with strategies to help their students handle music performance anxiety and is entitled Performance Anxiety: A Practical Guide for Music Teachers. The second is a hands on psychological approach to optimising music performance for developing and professional musicians.

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