APS College of Sport and Exercise Psychologists

Committee Information


College of Sport and Excercise Psychologists National Committee

The following members of the National College Committee have been elected by the members of the College of Sport and Excercise psychologists. Please feel free to contact the College Committee members with any queries or suggestions about the activities and events which they organise for members of this College.

Chair

Mr John Crampton

Chair-Elect

Mr Damien Stewart
Damien is a private practice psychologist working on both the Sunshine Coast and in Brisbane, Queensland. Whilst having a passion for assisting athletes and other performers achieve their performance goals, Damien is particularly passionate about assisting athletes and performers struggling with clinical issues such as depression and anxiety. Outside of the Sporting Domain, Damien is passionate about working with Military & Emergency Services Personnel and people working with Chronic Pain.

Secretary, APS Professional Development

Mr John Crampton

Treasurer

Dr Michael Noetel
CURRENT ROLES
• Sport and Exercise Psychology Lecturer, Australian Catholic University
• Freelance Sport, Exercise and Performance Psychologist
QUALIFICATIONS
• Master of Applied Psychology (Sport and Exercise), University of Queensland
• Bachelor of Science (Advanced, Honours), University of Sydney

CPD Coordinator

Position vacant

CoSEP APS Fellows Advisory Group

Mr Jeffrey Bond
Jeff is a registered sport and exercise psychologist and an APS Fellow, and currently Director of Bond Performance Consulting. He was previously Head of Sport Psychology at the Australian Institute of Sport (1982-2004), the inaugural President of the Australian Applied Sport Psychology Association (the precursor to CoSEP) and has been a Member of CoSEP since its inception. Jeff has a long history of providing psychological support to many of Australia’s elite athletes and coaches and has been an accredited sport psychologist at 9 Summer and Winter Olympic Games (1984-2000), several Commonwealth Games and many World Championships across a wide range of sports. Jeff has presented at many international conferences and contributed to numerous books and journals. He is a regular APS media representative across print, television and radio formats. From 2004 through 2014 Jeff has worked as a consultant in both sport and business environments

Community Building

Miss Rachel Jones
Rachel is an endorsed Sport and Exercise Psychologist working in private practice and specialising in working with multidisciplinary teams to get the best performance and health and wellbeing outcomes for performers. She also has experience managing critical incidents in sport and has a special interest in resilience, coach development, athlete and performer welfare, mental health, injury rehabilitation, athlete career transitions, and helping athletes to reach the elite level in their sport. Rachel has experience working with elite athletes from Australian teams and organisations including Super Rugby, NRL, Wallabies, Queensland Jockeys’ Association, Racing Queensland, Goalball Queensland, Professional Golfers’ Association of Australia, Australian Institute of Sport, Queensland Academy of Sport and more.

Liaison , Sports Medicine Australia

Dr Eugene Aidman
Dr Aidman is a registered sport and exercise psychologist and senior research scientist with Defence Science & Technology Organisation, where his current research is focused on cognitive models of co-action, team dynamics and on human factors in training systems. He is also visiting professor at Faculty of Science, Kingston University, London, following from over 22 years of continuing academic appointments at the University of Ballarat, University of Melbourne, LaTrobe and Moscow State Universities. Dr Aidman’s publications include six books and over 80 peer review journal papers and book chapters on implicit cognition, design and theory of psychological testing and its applications in personality assessment and performance psychology.

Office Bearer

Position vacant

Chair
NSW

Mr Ferry Lee
Ferry is a trained Forensic Psychologist with a passion for sport. Through his association with the College of Sport and Exercise Psychologists and his employment as an in-house psychologist with the NSW Institute of Sport (NSWIS), he has gained endorsement as a registered Sport and Exercise Psychologist. His main area of interest is arousal regulation and management, which he uses within in his own sport of karate. He has recently been selected for his first Australian Karate Squad and will be competing at the 2011 World Open Karate Tournament. He has a good understanding of the joys and difficulties associated with being an elite athlete and this experience has enhanced his ability to relate with athletes. While he has presented to a variety of groups from regional, state, and national based programs, his individual and group sessions are practically applied to the needs of the sport.

Chair
QLD

Dr Michael Noetel
CURRENT ROLES
• Sport and Exercise Psychology Lecturer, Australian Catholic University
• Freelance Sport, Exercise and Performance Psychologist
QUALIFICATIONS
• Master of Applied Psychology (Sport and Exercise), University of Queensland
• Bachelor of Science (Advanced, Honours), University of Sydney

Chair
SA

Dr John Baranoff

Chair
VIC

Miss Jacqui Louder
Jacqui is a registered sport and exercise psychologist working in private practice and specialising in eating disorders, athletic transitions (retirement / entry into elite sport / etc), performing arts and children’s sport. Jacqui has had diverse range of experiences working as a psychologist with athletes and teams competing at the elite level which has included AFL football, National League netball and at World University, Commonwealth and Olympic Games.

Chair
WA

Position vacant