Tim Fulton

Performance Psychologist (Provisional)

Psychologist Registration Number (Psychology Board of Australia): PSY0002109277

Favourite Sporting Moments:

Cathy Freeman winning the 400m at the Sydney Olympics while carrying the hopes of the nation. Michael Bevan in 1996 steering Australia to victory against a world class West Indian bowling attack, including hitting a boundary off the last ball to win. Adam Scott winning the US Masters in 2013, becoming the first Australian to do so.

Overview of Credentials:

Tim is a provisionally registered psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulatory Authority (AHPRA) and is an Associate Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS). Tim completed a Graduate Diploma in Psychology at the University of Sydney (2012-2015) and a Graduate Diploma in Psychological Science at Bond University (2016). Prior to this, Tim also completed a Bachelor in Exercise and Sports Science from the University of Sydney (2006-2008).

Following the completion of his Exercise and Sports Science degree, Tim worked as a strength and conditioning coach for a number of international rugby union athletes as well as other high performing athletes across various sports. Tim has always had a love for sports but this experience emphasised the importance of mental aspects improving sporting performance.

Tim has an interest across a wide number of sports and has even spent time coaching cricket, long distance running and tennis. He is able to use his diverse experiences in improving sport performance to help athletes and performance improve the mental aspects of what they do.

Tim is currently being supervised and trained by Gareth with his goal to attain full registration as a Performance Psychologist by 2019.