Join us for our alumni event as we explore applied sport psychology with Dr John Kremer.
To put it mildly, applied sport psychology has something of a chequered history. From the time of the Ancient Greeks, psychological support has been on offer in various guises - but good theory and good practice have not always gone hand in hand.
This online alumni event will take a look at the current state of applied sport psychology and consider ways to ensure that the services on offer are genuine and that athletes are given an opportunity to help explore their true sporting potential.
We invite our alumni to register for the event by sending an email to DARO (email@example.com) with the title “Kremer Lecture” and their details. DARO will then issue you with the Teams link. We look forward to joining you on 24 March 2021.
Dr John Kremer - Biography
John has been actively involved in sport and exercise psychology since the 1980s, working both as a Reader in Psychology at Queen’s University (1980 – 2012), and as an applied sport psychologist with a wide variety of team and individual sports at club, national and international level. He continues to be actively involved with various projects dealing with sport, exercise and wellbeing, most recently chairing the inter-departmental strategy group that developed a sector-wide action plan for sport and wellbeing across Northern Ireland. His books include Young People’s Involvement in Sport (Routledge, 1997), Key Concepts in Sport Psychology (Sage, 2012), Sport Psychology: Contemporary Themes (Palgrave, 2012), Pure Sport (Routledge, 2019) and Understanding Sport Psychology (Sage, 2021)
- Event type
Lecture / Talk / Discussion
School of Psychology
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