Senior Performance Psychologist

Chris Pomfret
Chris Pomfret has been consulting for Condor Performance since 2011.

Favourite Sporting Moment: The 2000 “State of Origin” Rugby League Series. New South Wales whitewashed the series in a combined scoreline of 104 to 42. This is the biggest gap between the two sides in history.

Location: Chris lives in Brisbane (Queensland) by the majority of his clients don’t. Like the whole Condor Performance team, Chris delivers most of his sessions via the wonders of modern technology.

Psychologist Registration Number with the Psychology Board of Australia PSY0000966671

More About Chris …

Chris completed his undergraduate studies in a Bachelor of Psychological Science at the University of Queensland (2001 – 2004). Subsequently, he obtained full registration as a psychologist via the Psychologist Registration Supervision Program at the ACAP (2005 – 2007). After obtaining his registration, Chris has worked across a range of settings in Australia and the United Kingdom. This includes experience in fields of mental health, drug and alcohol counselling, education, employee assistance programs, occupational rehabilitation, employment and disability services and performance enhancement.

As a senior performance psychologist with Condor Performance, Chris combines these credentials with a lifelong passion for sport. He provides mostly individual mental coaching to assist athletes and coaches in achieving their sporting dreams and ambitions.

Chris works with a range of athletes and coaches from a wide variety of sports. In recent years, the most prevalent have come from the sports of mountain biking, golf, rugby league, rugby union, swimming, athletics, triathlon, squash, martial arts, equestrian events, shooting, BMX racing and tennis.

Chris has the enviable knack of making the most complex psychological challenge seem surmountable, and so is very much ‘in vogue’ as a mental toughness trainer and coach.

For more information about how to work with Chris, simply complete our Contact Us form here and mention somewhere that you’d like “Chris Pomfret” to be your new performance psychologist.