Stewart is a sport and performance psychologist with 18 years experience across a range of different sports at various levels from grassroots to elite in both amateur and professional sport.

 

He is a Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC registration number: PYL26803) practitioner Sport and Exercise Psychologist, and a Chartered Psychologist (BPS). He is also an accredited Sport and Exercise Scientist (BASES), and a Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTi) Certified Practitioner. My experience ranges from amateur through to professional and international sports teams, as well as local level through to Olympic performers. Stewart also has expertise working as a performance psychologist across a broad range of performance domains.

He also supervises trainee sport and exercise psychologists in their final stages of full qualification. This is both for the BPS Qualification in Sport and Exercise Psychology (Stage 2), and BASES supervised experience programmes.

As well as being a sport and performance psychology consultant, He is also the author of a number of sport and performance psychology-focused books, and an active researcher in the area of sport and performance psychology (Researchgate).

Stewart is currently Chair of the British Psychological Society (BPS) Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology (DSEP), and Head of the 'Mental Performance and Wellbeing' service at Bournemouth Rugby Club.