Creating High Performance Organisations with High Psychological Health with Duncan Law

A conversation with Duncan Law, Consultant Clinical Psychologist who has over 30-years’ experience working in applied psychology across elite sporting environments, including premier league football, rugby, and Olympic sports as well as the NHS, Social Care, higher education, and third sectors. Duncan and William are colleagues with the British Rowing Team’s Olympic and Paralympic programmes, where Duncan provides a systemic and clinical psychology perspective, and William is the Paralympic performance psychologist.

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