Chloe Oldfield

Chloe Oldfield


Chloe Oldfield

I have taught on the undergraduate psychology programme as a lecturer at the University of Buckingham since April 2018. My research activities began with an exploratory mixed-methods study looking at the impact of an ACT intervention on rowing performance, on which I intend to build with further research exploring the use of ACT in broader sport and exercise settings. I am currently collaborating on projects looking at the role of various psychological constructs in both dancers’ wellbeing and adolescent girls’ sports participation, in addition to professional practice research looking at pluralism in sport psychology consultancy. I am also looking to carry out studies exploring the concept of polypsychism in sport and the role of mythological concepts in facilitating courage and willingness in athletes.

I am an HCPC-registered sport and exercise psychologist working in private practice, supporting people who are trying to perform or enhance their health and wellbeing. I facilitate people in developing psychological flexibility so they can become more robust in the face of challenges, be more authentic in their pursuits, and draw greater meaning from their activities. I work from a pluralistic perspective, integrating a variety of approaches including ACT, Compassion-Focused Therapy, and counselling models informed by existential and Jungian frameworks. 

Member Detail

Occupation Title
Sport & Exercise Psychologist
Performance enhancement, courage, resilience
I am happy to be contacted about
Research collaborations, The delivery of trainings / workshops, One-to-one therapy sessions


Milton Keynes, UK

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