Nathan Seefeld has worked in QLD as a psychologist for 8 years. After completing undergrad psychology through a Human Movements Degree and a Post Grad Diploma in Psychology at UQ he worked overseas for 6 years in health and fitness management. On returning to Australia in 2000 he completed a Masters of Sport and Exercise Psychology at UQ. He has worked in a variety of settings including high secure tertiary settings, community mental health, and private practice. Currently he coordinates the sport and exercise psychology service at UQ in addition to his own private practice which includes rehabilitation, pain management and sport and performance psychology. He is a member of the APS and the College of Sport Psychologists, he is STAP accredited supervisor and continues to enjoy the role of supervising post grad students in the Applied Masters program in addition to his applied work.
So, if you want to find out what it is like to be a ‘real life’ sports psych, then come along to this session! Places are limited, so to attend email email@example.com by the 13th May 2010.