I am a lecturer and researcher in sport and exercise psychology at Ulster University and a chartered psychologist with the BPS. You can read more about my professional qualifications, education, and employment in the Background page.
I also work with individual and team sport athletes. To get in touch, you can contact me here.
I am currently completing supervised sport and exercise psychology practice through the BASES SEPAR accreditation route. You can find out more about my applied work in the Services page.
My research focuses predominantly on two areas: the psychology of endurance performance, and abuse experiences and mental health in sports officials (e.g., referees). You will find links to my publications in the Research page.
My most recent book is The Genius of Athletes. You can find out more in the Books page
As a runner, I have completed more than 30 marathons and ultramarathons.
Marathons have included Dublin, Berlin, Amsterdam, and Copenhagen. My personal best is 3:08:36.
Ultra marathons have included the Marathon des Sables (read my blog about the race) and the Kerry Way Ultra (200km). I have also competed at Ireland's 24-hour running championships.
I am a native of County Kerry, Ireland, and I currently live in County Antrim, Ireland.
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