Corona Virus: We will remain OPEN throughout this global challenge. At this stage none of our nine psychologists have contracted COVID-19. As most of our sessions take place via WEBCAM anyway we are ideally placed to assist current and new sporting clients throughout this difficult time. The extra time you suddenly have available due the cancellation of training and competitions creates the perfect opportunity to improve your mental game. Do you want to be mentally stronger after the pandemic is over?
Below are the links to four MTQs. As you’ll see each one if for a different type of role and it’s no coincidence that 99% of our consulting is with these four types of performer. If ‘what you do’ is not represented below then email us at email@example.com instead.
About Measuring Mental Toughness
First and foremost you need to know that Mental Toughness and Mental Health is not the same thing. In order to get a better idea about the difference we suggest you read these recent blog posts:
Now you understand that mental toughness and mental health are difference concepts let’s talk ‘psychometrics’. All of our MTQs are self-report measures. What this means is that the answers they you give will determine the results. Only your opinion will count. This means that these assessments are inherently less objective than most physical tests. Take a VO2 max test for example. This test is very objective. So the results can be taken at face value. Although the results of the MTQs are very useful, especially in the hands of a trained psychologist, they will always be less reliable than non-opinion based measures.
Are My Results Confidential?
For the most part, yes. After you complete one of the above questionnaires it will goes via encrypted email to one of our senior psychologists. They will contact you – normally in less than 48 hours – to confidentially go through your answers and results. There is one exception to this. If you are still a minor then the survey will ask you for your parents details and not yours. We will then contact your Mum, Dad or Guardian first.