Utilize the tools of Performance Psychology to perform your best, even in stressful and high pressure situations.

Together we’ll develop a plan that will give you the strategies and skills you need to excel under pressure.

Perform your best even in stressful and high pressure situations.

Together we’ll develop a plan that will give you the strategies and skills you need to excel under pressure.

Perform your best even in stressful and high pressure situations.

Together we’ll develop a plan that will give you the strategies and skills you need to excel under pressure.

Roger Friesen

Roger is passionate about helping people or groups understand their full potential and then work out ways to reach it. Roger is a Performance Psychology consultant based in the Fraser Valley, British Columbia.  His nearly 25 years of experience in this field has led him to work with hundreds of athletes, teams, and organizations, including at the Olympic and national level. Over the years, Roger’s work as a sport psychology consultant has also included work with those in the performing arts as well as in the adventure tourism industry.

Roger Friesen

Roger is passionate about helping people or groups understand their full potential and then work out ways to reach it. Roger is a Performance Psychology consultant based in the Fraser Valley, British Columbia.  His nearly 25 years of experience in this field has led him to work with hundreds of athletes, teams, and organizations, including at the Olympic and national level. Over the years, Roger’s work as a sport psychology consultant has also included work with those in the performing arts as well as in the adventure tourism industry.

What Roger’s clients are saying

“There are so many great moments with the addition of Roger to our competitive curling team this year that I am not sure where to start…

I have played on team sports all of my life and love all of the aspects of a group moving towards a common goal. There are many steps to achieving a successful season that usually include physical training, tactical training and nutritional considerations well in advance of the start of a season. However, until this year, I never understood true potential mental training could provide and the edge it would allow our team, until our first meeting with Roger.

I was sold, and so were my teammates!

We jumped in headfirst and really mapped out how our season was going to look from a whole different perspective of “mental toughness”.

Each time we met with Roger he gave us food for thought and really made us look at how we communicated, what we needed from each other and how to get the best out of each athlete. And when we were not at our best, how we were going to support each other through those tough times.

I wish I had the opportunity to have worked with such a great teacher before I entered into the last phase of my competitive life, however, as I continue to learn and apply the principles I will be at the top of my game for some time to come.”

Thank you, Roger
– Grace MacInnes

“I have been competing in sports (Golf, Curling, Volleyball and Basketball) for many years. Most of what I generally worked on was the technical, tactical and physical training of these sports. I was interested in and have read many things that I have tried to apply in the “mental performance” side of these sports. I have had some success and over the years have thought that I was doing a pretty good job with my ideas of sports psychology. After attending workshops facilitated by Roger Friesen, I wanted to dig deeper on the mental performance side of things. He gave me exercises that were easy to follow which gave me a lot more insight into different aspects of mental performance training, and concrete tools to change habits that weren’t helping.

Roger worked with my curling team for the past year and we have all benefitted from his information and implementation of his theories. When our coach left us three-quarters of the way through the season, Roger was able to keep us on track and made us a stronger team for it. The delivery of his messages always came at the right time for the situation. He is a good listener and observer, and he asks questions that make you get to the root, so you can move on and not make the same mistake twice. I would recommend any of Roger’s training sessions or workshops to anyone who would like to have a better understanding of what it takes to be (and do) your best.”

– Sandra Comadina

IS YOUR MIND HOLDING YOU BACK FROM YOUR FULL POTENTIAL?

Are you ready to train and strengthen your mental and emotional skills?  If you want to see if  Performance Psychology could help you achieve your goals, lets talk.

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