Daniel Dymond Performance Psychologist

Cultivate a mindset that stands up in moments that matter


The central question I ask myself is how can I help athletes challenge their status quo to explore the boundaries of their potential

The ability to shift attention to what matters, in the presence of pressure, stress, and opportunity is the most valuable skill an athlete have

Integrating knowledge

Grounded in best practice neuroscience and psychological research to deliver quality, practical solutions for elite athletes competing in high stakes environments.


Works with elite athletes on the WTA tour, AFL players, professional footballers in Spain and Australia, Olympic athletes, and professional boxers. 

Athletes choose

Performance psychology because in high stakes environments, performance matters. There can be intangible benefits to well-being and intrinsic values, as well as tangible benefits such as improved contracts, endorsements and achievement within a career. That's why performance psychology is extreme psychology.