Developing a strategic, quality, effective & professional practice.
Sam Booth

Sam has worked in the field of sport and exercise psychology for over ten years. He works with professional and non-professional athletes as well as applying theories and practices within an organizational structure to develop and nurture the skills necessary for optimum performance. Sam's clients improve their confidence, coping skills and abilities to manage life's ever-changing environments, through improving under-developed mental skills.


Sam currently works at The Westminster Schools in Atlanta, GA as an Upper School Counselor. While working at Westminster, Sam is also studying for his Ph.D. at the University of Birmingham under the supervision of Professor Joan Duda, Dr. Paul Appleton, and Professor Sofia Jowett. Sams research explores the impact of coach-athlete relationships on coaching motivations and behaviours. 

Education and Credentials:​​

  • Ph.D. - The University of Birmingham (2023)

  • MSc Psychology of Sport & Exercise - University of Roehampton

  • BSc Sport Psychology - University of Glamorgan

  • British Psychology Society registered - MBPsS

  • Association of Applied Sport Psychology - Certified Mental Performance Consultant - CMPC (in progress)

  • NCCA Certified Personal Trainer