“It’s not just a man’s world” – Helping female sport psychologists to thrive not just survive. Lessons for supervisors, trainees, practitioners and mentors.
AffiliationUniversity of Chester; Plymouth Marjon University; Glasgow Caledonian University; Buckingham New University
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AbstractIn the following article we present composite narratives of female sport and exercise psychologist’s (SEPs) reflections of working as practitioners in situations where they have faced sexism and a culture of toxic masculinity. We discuss the impact both professionally and personally of these experiences and look at what lessons can be learned from the sharing of these narratives. We conclude by offering our thoughts on how these negative shared experiences can be used in a positive way to inform culture change, educate supervisors of the challenges and be woven into supervision so female practitioners feel empowered and supported.
CitationLafferty, M. E., Coyle, M., Prince, H. R., & Adrienn Szabadics, A. (2022). “It’s not just a man’s world” – Helping female sport psychologists to thrive not just survive. Lessons for supervisors, trainees, practitioners and mentors. Sport & Exercise Psychology Review, vol(issue), pp.
PublisherThe British Psychological Society
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