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Pre-Congress Workshop - Tuesday 14 July 2015

The ENYSSP Sport Psychology Workshop: Different Perspectives in the Field

The European Network of Young Specialists in Sport Psychology (ENYSSP) is an international organization concerned with the promotion and development of the knowledge and expertise in the field of sport and exercise psychology in areas of research, education, and applied work.

On July 14th 2015, ENYSSP will be organizing a pre-FEPSAC Congress workshop at the University of Bern, Switzerland. Local and international sport psychology consultants will share their expertise and experiences in different fields of sport psychology, and provide you with a practically oriented experience to increase you knowledge, skills and broaden your mindset. The workshop is also a great opportunity to network with international people, who are passionate about sport and exercise psychology, and therefore a good start of the FEPSAC congress week.

This workshop is limited to 60 participants (first come first serve basis). Participants can register through the Congress online registration platform.

Early Bird (until 15 May 2015) Regular Fee (after 15 May 2015)
ENYSSP members: CHF 55.00 CHF 80.00
Non-members: CHF 65.00 CHF 90.00

Please note that no reimbursement will be issued.

For any questions regarding this workshop, please contact the workshop Organisers directly:
Stephanie Müller ( and Fredrik Weibull (  

Workshop schedule

8:30 - 9:00

Registration and coffee

9:00 - 9:15

Opening by the president of ENYSSP, Fredrik Weibull

9:15 – 11:00

1st round (parallel sessions)
Session 1: Jürg Bühler – sport psychologist and coach’s educator Swiss Tennis:
“How to implement a psychological development program for tennis players, inclusive practical exercises for juniors 10-18 years of age”

Session 2: Markus Müller – partner of the company ONEDAY, systemic-solution oriented coach and organizational development expert:
“Strengthening decision-making skills for a sustainable performance in outdoor sports”

11:00 – 11:15

Coffee break

11:15 – 13:00

2nd round (parallel sessions)
Session 3: Sebastian Altfeld, M.Sc. in Clinical Psychology and trained sport psychologist: 
“Sport psychology meets referees: Coaching of high performance athletes”

Session 4: Fredrik Weibull & Dr Jennifer Cumming, University of Birmingham:
“How to deliver Layered Stimulus Response Training (LSRT): A method to improve imagery ability”

13:00 – 14:00

Lunch (not included in the registration fee)

14:00 – 15:45

3rd round (parallel sessions)
Session 5: Mark Schuls & Peter Schneider ENYSSP applied department:
“Sport Psycholog-E: including online tools in your practice”

Session 6:  Mustafa Sarkar, Research Fellow at the University of Gloucestershire; Paul Morgan, Head of Sport at Buckinghamshire New University; Dr David Fletcher, Loughborough University:
“Developing Psychological and Team Resilience in Sport: From Theory to Practice”

15:45 – 16:00


Official opening ceremony of the FEPSAC Congress will start at 18.00.