Performing Arts Psychology
"Every act you have ever performed
since the day you were born
was performed because you wanted something."
Performance Psychology for the Performing Arts
Performance psychology can be applied to all careers in the performing arts. Like sports, those in the performing arts work for a long period of time towards a final production in which they have to bring their peak performance to the stage. Performance psychology can help performers ensure that they are at the top of their game when that curtain opens, whether you are in front of the curtain or behind.
Performance psychology can help performers:
- Cope with stage fright
- Perform under pressure
- Enhance confidence
- Reduce stress and anxiety
Fiona Meikle - Performance Psychology Consultant
As a Performance Psychology Consultant, Fiona will work with you to identify your needs and requirements to help you achieve your goals. The performance psychology programme will be developed on an individual basis to suit you and will be adapted to work around you and your schedule to ensure that it is effective for you.
Fiona Meikle M.Sc. CSci
Performance Psychology Consultant
BASES Accredited Sport and Exercise Scientist