Dr. John Sullivan
Dr. John P. Sullivan is an internationally experienced Sport Scientist and Clinical Sport Psychologist and best-selling author. He has worked for over twenty years with elite sportsmen and women, law enforcement agencies, the elite military, and the aerospace industry.
Dr. Sullivan’s experiences includes work with the following:
- Olympic national teams
- The National Football League (NFL)
- The National Basketball Association
- Major League Soccer
- English Premier League
- The English Football Association
- Premier Rugby League
- The Australian Football League
Dr. Sullivan also serves as a visiting scholar/sport scientist at the Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS)/Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) in Brisbane, Australian, examining the current state of sports technology in the marketplace and its utility as well as research in the areas of athlete health, Chronobiology, Concussion Assessment/Rehabilitation, cognitive training in Sport, Sleep Science, and Sport Recovery. He is also a visiting professor and researcher at Queensland University of Technology within the Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation, Psychology, and Neuroscience departments focused on team science/transdisciplinary projects in athlete health, human performance, and psychophysiology/neurophysiology (brain-based health and performance).
Dr. Sullivan resides in Newport, Rhode Island and Washington, D.C.
Dr. Sullivan provides training and talks on:
- Integrated Sport Science/Sport Psychology
- Human Performance Technology
- Performance Enhancement
- Advanced Uses of Sport Technology
- Central Nervous System Measurement/Assessment
- Performance Testing
- Recovery Training
- Talent Identification/Selection
- Team Development
- Concussion Assessment/Management/Rehabilitation
- Mental Health Concerns
- The Psychophysiology of Performance
- Athlete Welfare
- Building a High Performance Culture
Chris Parker lives in Nottingham, England. He is a highly experienced management trainer, business consultant, lecturer and writer. He began his study of interpersonal and intrapersonal communications in 1976. It became a lifelong study that has underpinned over four decades of work in a variety of professional roles and contexts.
He has provided training in communications and influence for a wide range of clients including blue-chip organisations, business leaders, Local Education Authorities, public and private leisure providers, sportsmen and women, politicians, actors and healthcare professionals. Currently a Senior Lecturer in Sport Science and Management at Nottingham Trent University, he has taught on undergraduate and postgraduate programmes throughout the UK and Europe, created two Masters programmes, and has worked with many individuals to help create personal and/or professional change.
Chris has been studying Malaysian martial arts and meditation since the mid 1970s.
Chris Parker is the author of eighteen books, including seven novels, six books about communication, creativity and human performance, two poetry collections, a biography, a stage musical and a collection of short stories.
He has also written over sixty articles for a range of international magazines and journals.