Royal College of Chiropractors CPD event – Psychiatry and sports perfomance
Start: 17th February 2021 @ 19:00pm
End: 17th February 2021 @ 20:00pm
This talk will be focussed on the neuroscience of how the mind is structured and functions, and the example to demonstrate this will be Over Training Syndrome in athletes. In the talk, emotions, thinking and behaviours will be explored within the context of improving performance
Steve Peters is probably best known as the author of the personal development book, The Chimp Paradox, which has sold over 1 million copies.
Steve is a Consultant Psychiatrist who specialises in the functioning of the human mind. His past and present work includes NHS Consultant, Forensic Psychiatrist, Senior Clinical Lecturer and Undergraduate Dean at Sheffield Medical School and working in elite sport. He holds degrees and postgraduate qualifications in medicine, mathematics, education, medical education, sports medicine and psychiatry.
Steve’s work is to help people from all walks of life and professions, including elite athletes, to understand and manage their emotions, thinking and behaviour.
Professor Peter’s lecture will be immediately followed by the AGM of the Royal College of Chiropractors Sports Faculty for which faculty members only are asked to remain.
RCC Members participate free of charge. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register with your full name and email address.
Non-Members: £35. Please register and pay online here rcc-uk.org/rcc-events
Registration deadline: 17th February 2021 – 5pm
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