• Sport Psychologist
  • Performance Psychologist
  • Clinical Psychologist
Charlotte is a New Zealand-based sport psychologist and clinical psychologist.

Favourite Sporting Moments: I was at Wimbledon to watch the bronze medal tennis match of the 2012 London Olympic Games. In this match, Juan Martín del Potro beat Novak Djokovic in a classic. I also really enjoyed watching the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Pittsburgh Pirates at the Dodger Stadium on the 4th of July 2018. 

Location: Charlotte was born in Wellington, New Zealand. She recognises the opportunity for growth that travel provides and has lived in Chengdu (China), Los Angeles, and London. She has recently returned to Wellington after working in London.

New Zealand Psychologists Board Registration Number: 90-06478 

UK Health and Care Professional Council’s (HCPC) Registration No: PYL35960

More About Charlotte …

Since completing her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Charlotte Chalmers has worked in many mental skills areas. These include schools, hospitals, forensics, and community settings. With a deep passion for sport, Charlotte thrives on helping athletes and other performance-focused individuals. She is a true advocate for the science of sport and performance psychology and uses the techniques daily to develop her own mental toughness. 

Beginning in her early teens, Charlotte represented New Zealand in Water Polo for many years. This high-performance environment, as well as her experiences as a coach, helped build a solid awareness of what mental skills are needed to perform at one’s best. She understands the rewards and challenges that unfold during an elite performer’s journey and it is her aim to support individuals in developing their skills to enhance the thrills and mitigate the challenges.

Dr. Chalmers has the honor of being our first and only non-Australian-based psychologist and below is a short video of her current status as a psychologist in New Zealand.

If you’d like to find out more about how you could work with Charlotte Chalmers then mention her name when completing the form on our Contact Us page.