About Me

Kelly Nicholas SEPiT, MSc, BSc

Sport and Exercise Psychologist

I am a Sport and Exercise Psychologist in training with the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES). I have a degree in Psychology from the University of Birmingham and a master’s degree in Sport and Exercise Psychology from Brunel University London. I have also completed a certificate in Mental Health First Aid.

My background in horse-riding and long-distance cycling has given me an understanding of some of the challenges faced by sports persons. I am also a keen skier with a love for the outdoors. I have experience working with athletes from a range of disciplines, including swimming, tennis, horse-riding and football as well as clients undergoing cardiac exercise rehabilitation.

Reach your goals

My aim is to help others reach their goals, by recognising and working through any challenges that are limiting them from achieving their potential.

Code of Conduct

I work within the ethical guidelines of the BASES Code of Conduct and our work together will be kept confidential unless otherwise requested.