Mastering the ability to perform under pressure with confidence and focused attention is something that performance psychologists can help us achieve whether we are performing artists, athletes, executives, academics, presenters or students.
If you feel overcome with anxiety, are frightened of failure, easily distracted, and constantly disappointed about not reaching your full potential, you are not alone, and performance psychologists are here to support you. Alternatively if you are facing sudden performance success or rapid development in your career, then we can help you in dealing with the increasing pressure and exposure that requires extra mental edge as you further enhance your performance and development.
Whatever your experience or situation, we are here to help provide you with a non judgemental objective sounding board to help you find creative and practical solutions to any performance related issue and achieve your goals. With a team of Performance Psychologists experienced in working in a range of different fields we offer a tailored approach to meet your needs in the area of performance. Additionally we take pride in always supporting your overall mental health and wellbeing and relationships in order to achieve a sustainable career and more balanced lifestyle.
Our Performance Psychologist
Alexandra Frost, as an experienced Psychologist, presenter and vocalist has helped many performers achieve sustainable performance improvement through her tailored performance enhancement process both in individual coaching, therapy and workshops.
Alexandra combined her passion for the performing arts with her professional experience in anxiety management to complete her Masters research in the management of musical performance anxiety, setting her on a dedicated path to provide professional support for performers.
Alexandra’s main areas of focus include supporting the development of mental skills to facilitate peak performance, increasing confidence and enhance enjoyment in performance, learning how to be more present in performance, improving focused attention and concentration overcoming barriers and setbacks, improving work/life balance and enhancing mental health and relationships.
Alexandra has experience in working with singers, musicians, dancers, actors, comedians, lawyers, teachers, students, executives, academics and public speakers.
Drawing on the latest research in performance and sports psychology, mindfulness based cognitive behavioural therapies such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, we coach people to develop the following skills that help you achieve the ideal performance state and support aspects of health and wellbeing.
We help artists with a range of issues including:
- Supporting the health and wellbeing of artists
- Fine tuning performance preparation to achieve peak performance
- Befriend anxiety and harness it as energy for a great performance
- Manage thoughts and distractions to improve and enjoy every performance
- Clarifying values as a performer and setting goals for improvement
- Overcoming creative blocks
- Audition preparation
- Managing depression and anxiety
- Self confidence and body image issues
- Improving sleep
- Mindfulness skills training to enhance the art of being present
- Dealing with setbacks, disappointments and injuries
- How to balance and managing demanding work commitments, travel and relationships
- E mental health support using digital technology
If you would like to access support to help unlock your full performance potential or improve your health and wellbeing, contact our practice on 08 83617008 to make an appointment with one of our Performance Psychology team.08 8361 7008 email@example.com
Our preference is to speak with you because that helps us pair you with the most appropriate psychologist while avoiding a number of emails going back and forth. However, we are happy to communicate with you using either method. And for your convenience, we are here in person after hours until 9pm Monday to Thursday, and on Saturday until 2pm. We look forward to hearing from you.