Michelle Nicholas Consultant at Charterhouse / Konica Minolta

"I've been seeing Amanda as a business coach to help me get back to work after having a baby and to change and progress my business. Amanda's Gestalt approach has shifted my thinking and as a result my business is moving in the direction I would like it to, supporting my right brained way of thinking in an often left brained world. Amanda is exceedingly supportive."

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Video Links

Amanda discussing Andy Murray winning the US open

Amanda Owens Radio Interview after Andy Murrays US Open Win

Amanda discussing Andy Murrays Semi Final Win

Amanda Owens interview with Duncan Goodhew on Britain becoming a nation of winners



Interviewed by Sky Sports talking about Andy Murrays Historic US Open Win.

Interviewed by Sky Sports with Dave Reed. Discussing Andy Murray: belief, resilience, focus and his usa open semi final.



Amanda Owens on Richard and Judy Discussing Zinedine Zidane Headbutt During the World Cup

Sky sports interview with Frances Maude 
How Robert Green needs to use mistake management and resilience to bounce back from his goal keeping mistake against USA.
Mind Games: An Extra Player On Capello's Side


Amanda Owens' gives a sport psychologist view on Serena Williams. A radio interview on success identity as an athlete.
BBC world service on Monday 2nd January 2012.
Amanda's view: Serena's identity as a successful athlete


Amanda Owens appeared on BBC's Stricktly Come Dancing where she offered advice and guidance to the contestants.
See Amanda on Strickty Come Dancing Here

Amanda Owens Discussing for Channel 4, Andy Murray's third Grand Slam Final, dealing with pressure, emotion and mood, mental fatigue and playing against his friend and rival Novak Djokovic.
Andy Murrays emotional battle in the Australian Open Final

LBC Radio interview with Nick Ferrari concerning England's dismal World Cup campaign with Bob Wilson (Former Arsenal and International Goalkeeper) and News of The World Sports Editor Neil Ashton Why did England perform so poorly?

Amanda Owens MSc FRSM Owner and Founder of Believe Consulting a leading BASES Accredited applied sport psychologist. Amanda Owens has been interviewed for BBC Inside Sport for a specialist programme on Skiing, alongside sport psychologist Dr. Rhonda Cohen from Middlesex University.

The programme will be aired at 10.30pm - 11.05pm on 8th February on BBC1.
Inside Sport – Michael Johnson, Downhill Skier
Monday 8 February
10.35-11.05pm BBC ONE

Olympic sprinting legend Michael Johnson moves from track to piste to discover what makes downhill skiers risk their lives in pursuit of sporting glory. Hurtling down a mountain at up to 80mph with minimal protection is something that most people would consider an act of madness, so Michael sets out to discover why these athletes enjoy what they do so much and how they deal with the risks involved and the crashes that inevitably happen. Talking to some of the biggest names in the sport, including skiing greats Franz Klammer and Hermann Maier, as well as experts from the world of psychology and neurology, Michael aims to discover just what makes downhill skiers tick.

Television Interviews

  • Mind over matter
    Amanda Owens was featured as the expert sport psychologist on discussing the pressure of money and performance on the England cricket team.
  • Tips from the Top
    Amanda Owens was the featured sport psychologist in Wisden Cricket Magazine.
  • Button wins Australian G Prix Amanda Owens interview
    Jenson Button wins the Australian Grand Prix, Great Decision making under pressure. Amanda Owens interviewed in The National about Button, maintaining the F1 crown, dealing with pressure and being World Champion.
  • Amanda was also interviewed by SkySports at the beginning of the F1 season regarding Lewis Hamilton’s Second Season win.

Radio Interviews:

  • Amanda Owens interviewed on BBC Radio Solent
    Speaking as sports psychologist discussing how sports stars use positive thoughts and make notes after Serena Williams was seen using a notebook with positive words and quotes.
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