Louise Ellis is a leading British Association of Sport Exercise Sciences (BASES) Accredited Sport & Exercise Scientist (in Sport Psychology Support). She is also a Chartered Scientist (CSci) and provides face-to-face and online consultancy to support athletes, performance artists and businesses across the World of Sport & Performance. Louise is Senior Lecturer in Sport Psychology at a University, and has also been a Programme Director of Sports Psychology. She is vastly experienced in the area of sports psychology and as part of good practice she has undertaken several periods of successful re-accreditation as a BASES Sports Scientist in Sports Psychology support (1998 until next Re-accreditation in 2019). Louise works with European tour winners in golf, Olympians, British Champions and Dancers / Singers to professional footballers who have represented England at senior level. She also works with elite or talented children in their respective sports. As well as working with athletes in all sports, Louise has worked with leading companies, such as British Airways, Conoco Phillips, IMG and the Charities Aid Foundation. Louise can support YOU the athlete, performance artist or Your company by using a variety of approaches. In 2009, Louise became the first accredited sports scientist in psychology support to specialise in the latest Biofeedback and Neurofeedback. This enables her to monitor an athlete’s or an individual’s stress levels, muscular tension, brain states, respiration & heart rate in response to mental changes and injury recovery. Louise is then able to show You tangible evidence and apply a range of approaches to support you with the demands of producing a consistent, high level of performance. Louise not only supports the athlete or person from a ‘scientific’ and ‘evidence’ based approach with Biofeedback and Neurofeedback, but also supports the individual’s well-being from a mind, body and spirit perspective. For more information about sports psychology support, biofeedback and corporate work, please click on the three areas below.
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Clarke Carlisle has spelt it out: retiring from sport can be a traumatic loss
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Tennis Psychology: the psychology behind why female players grunt
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Ian Poulter & the Psychology behind his Ryder Cup Performances
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Louise Ellis & Jess Ennis present at British Airways & IMG Olympic Event
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Loss, retirement and depression in sport
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David Beckham Voted As All Time Football God
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Arizona Cardinals' Patrick Peterson plucks one-handed interception
Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson makes a brilliant one-handed interception in the second quarter of a 33-18 loss to the Buffalo Bills.
BBC Body Talk: A conversation about body image & sport in Women's Sport Week
A live discussion about body image issues and sport will be hosted by Adele Roberts for BBC Get Inspired and Radio 1Xtra during Women's Sport Week.
Watch Arnold Palmer beat Jack Nicklaus to the 1964 Masters title at Augusta
Relive the moment Arnold Palmer beats Jack Nicklaus by six shots to win his fourth and final Masters title at Augusta in 1964.
McIlroy wins $10m FedEx Cup with Tour victory
Rory McIlroy wins a three-way play-off at the Tour Championship to claim the FedEx Cup and £8.85m in prize money.
Kevin de Bruyne: Manchester City wait on news of midfielder's hamstring injury
Manchester City should discover the full extent of Kevin de Bruyne's hamstring injury by Wednesday.