Favourite Sporting Moment: Kieren Perkins defending his 1,500m crown at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. Incredible because he had only just scraped into the Australian team in the first place. Once there he barely made the final by 0.24 seconds. Perkins then won the final from Lane 8.
Location: Brian Langsworth lives in Sydney, New South Wales where he assists Sydney based clients from his home office in the Inner West. For all other performance clients Brian uses Skype.
Psychologist Registration Number with the Psychology Board of Australia: PSY0001339412
More About Brian …
Brian Langsworth is a registered psychologist and associate member of the Australian Psychological Society. His academic qualifications include the following achievements.
- A Diploma of Professional Practice from the College of Professional Psychology.
- A Bachelor of Social Science and Honours degree in Psychology from Charles Sturt University.
- A Bachelor of Performing Arts from the University of Western Sydney.
Brian has over 15 years’ experience working in the field of Organisational Psychology. He has worked to improve the performance and effectiveness of individuals across the full employee life cycle from graduates to CEOs.
Brian has been involved in various programs across a large range of areas. Some of his recents contributions include but are not limited to the below.
- Providing effective feedback and coaching the coaches.
- The assessment of individuals for selection and development.
- Career counselling and emotional intelligence.
- Helping to build a high performing team.
- Understanding and developing individual and team strengths.
- Building mental resilience (toughness).
Brian’s experience as an actor as well as a psychologist are rare within the industry because most professionals pursue narrow career paths. This combination combined with his passion for sport and interest in performance makes Brian Langsworth the ideal mental coach.
Brian’s client list is currently full. If you’d like to be added to his wait list or work with one of his colleagues instead let us know in one of these ways: