Sam Booth
Adaptive, creative, effective and professional practice.

Sam has over ten years of work and research in the field of sport and exercise psychology. He works with elite, and aspiring athletes as well as other high-level performers at local, national, and international levels. Sam's clients aim to improve confidence, motivation, and attitude by strengthening underdeveloped mental skills that are impeding their performance.

Outside of Peak Sport Psychology, Sam works at The Westminster Schools as a Counselor and athletics mental performance consultant. As part of his ongoing commitment to research and education, Sam is studying for his Ph.D. at the University of Birmingham, UK under the supervision of Professor Joan Duda and Dr. Paul Appleton. Sam's research explores the nature, characteristics, and consequences of different relationships in team sports.

Sam's passion for his work is experienced by each of his clients, who reap the benefits of his attitude and dedication to delivering a high-quality tailored service. He is professional, honest, kind, caring, and has no problems going above and beyond to meet his client's needs. 


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

  • MSc Psychology of Sport & Exercise - University of Roehampton

  • BSc Sport Psychology - University of Glamorgan


  • MBPsS - Member of British Psychology Society (accredited)

  • CMPC (877) - Association of Applied Sport Psychology

  • NCCA - Personal Training


  • AASP - Association of Applied Sport Psychology

  • BASES - British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences

  • BPS - British Psychological Society

  • APA - American Psychological Association