Lorraine is currently Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology and Programme Manager of the Foundation Degree in Sports Performance. Academically, she received an honours degree in Sport Science from St Marys University in Twickenham, where she later stayed on and obtained her Master Degree in Applied Sport Psychology. More recently, Lorraine completed her PhD in Sport Psychology at St Marys University in conjunction with the University of Surrey, focusing her thesis on ‘Exploring Triadic Interpersonal Relationships in Sport’ – namely coach-athlete-coach relationships.
Lorraine teaches on all level 1, 2 and 3 sport psychology modules. She is also in the final stages of her BASES accreditation in sport psychology support. She provides sport psychology consultancy for numerous teams and individual athletes at both a professional and amateur level.
Lorraine’s is currently preparing aspects her PhD thesis for publication with a paper about “A creative non-fiction story of the environmental/organisational impact of an international coach-athlete-coach triad” currently under review. She has also presented at a range of conferences both nationally and internationally, disseminating her work in the field of sport psychology. She is a professional member of the BASES division of psychology and a divisional member of the Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology at the BPS.
PhD, University of Surrey
2012 → 2016
Award Date: 1 Jan 2016
Academic Practice, PGCHE
… → 2015
Award Date: 1 Jan 2015
Applied Sport Psychology, MSc, St. Mary's University College
2010 → 2011
Award Date: 1 Jan 2011
Sports Science, BSc, St. Mary's University College
2006 → 2009
Award Date: 1 Jan 2006