Introduction to the Chimp Model with Psychological Skills Mentor, Ben Davies

  • 20 August 2021, 15:33

Don’t miss your opportunity to gain an insight into the world-famous Chimp Model with psychological skills mentor, Ben Davies. Developed by Professor Steve Peters, the Chimp Model is out outlined in his book ‘The Chimp Paradox’. This mind management model is used by athletes and coaches around the world with great success, including by Sir Chris Hoy, Ronnie O’Sullivan and Victoria Pendleton.

The webinar will provide a comprehensive introduction to the mind management programme. It will focus on exploring the practical application of the concept to your personal and sporting environments.

Ben Davies, a member of the Chimp Management team for over five years, will deliver the workshop. As part of Professor Steve Peters’ team, Ben has worked in supporting the Team GB Taekwondo team in their preparation for the 2021 Olympic Games. He has worked with PGA and European Tour golfers, premier league football teams as well as elite international equestrian organisations.

Ben’s expertise has reached a wide range of individuals and organisations all seeking to develop the tools needed to better understand and optimise the power of their own minds. Using the principals of the mind management model, Ben is committed to helping others reach their own unique goals and in improving performance, fulfilment, and professional success.

The content for this workshop has been developed so that you can gain insight into how the mind can help or hinder performance personally and professionally but also provide the basic skills and tools for practical application.

Bookings are open to all and the material will be especially suited to coaches of all levels.

The webinar will take place Thursday 9th September 2021 on Zoom. Places are limited and will be on a first come first served basis, book early to avoid disappointment.

€25 per person. 1 CPD point for HSI Accredited Coaches.

Bookings can be made by following this link:

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