Stewart Cotterill is a sport and performance psychologist with 14 years’
experience as a researcher, consultant and Lecturer. He is Head of Department and was appointed Reader in Sport and
Performance Psychology in 2015.
Stewart completed his undergraduate degree in physical education, sport
science, and geography at Loughborough University, before completing his MSc in
Sport & Exercise Science at the University of Chichester. He gained his PhD
in Sport Psychology from the University of Edinburgh in 2007, and has since
built a reputation for research in applied sport and performance psychology. He
also has extensive consultancy experience, working in a range of sport and
business settings including work in professional football, cricket and rugby,
as well as working extensively in golf, athletics and tennis.
Stewart started his academic career in 2001 at Bournemouth University, before
moving on to the University of Gloucestershire in 2005, and on to Winchester
University in the Spring of 2012.
He was recently been appointed as the inaugural Editor for the international journal
Case Studies in Sport and Exercise Psychology (CSSEP).