Current work including administrative and professional duties/roles etc
Registered and Chartered Sport and Exercise Psychologist (HCPC; BPS)
Health Care Professions Council (HCPC) Visitor
Former Module Leader in Sport Psychology (UCL) MSC SEM ; MSC Sport Physiotherapy
Sport and Exercise Psychology; Applied Sport Psychology; Psychology of extreme sport; Psychology of Sport Injuries; Psychology of Enhancing Performance.
Dementia and Phsyical actiivty in carers
Stage 2 BPS supervision for Sport & Exercise trainee Psychologists.
Psychology of extreme sport; motivation and risk; psychology of recovery from sporting injuries, personality in extreme sport, profiling of participants involved in extreme sports, high risk and sensation seeking in extreme sport, performance enhancement.
PhD in the relationship between personality, sensation seeking and sporting participation (July 2012).
Current PhD students
Cohen, Rhonda and Baluch, Bahman and Duffy, Linda Jane (2018) Personality differences amongst drag racers and archers: implications for sport injury rehabilitation. Journal of Exercise Rehabilitation , 14 (5). pp. 783-790. ISSN 2288-176X
Cohen, Rhonda and Baluch, Bahman and Duffy, Linda Jane (2018) Defining extreme sport: conceptions and misconceptions. Frontiers in Psychology , 9 . ISSN 1664-1078
Cohen, Rhonda and Hafford-Letchfield, Trish (2017) The impact of Dementia Club UK on support for people living with dementia and their carers in the local community: findings from an external independent evaluation. Project Report. Middlesex University with Dementia Club UK, London, UK.
Cohen, Rhonda (2016) Sport psychology: the basics: optimising human performance. Bloomsbury, London. ISBN 9781408172094
Cohen, Rhonda (2014) Psychology - performance enhancement. In: Key Clinical Topics in Sports and Exercise Medicine. Narvani, Ali and Thomas, Panos and Lynn, Bruce , eds. JP Medical Ltd., London, UK, pp. 239-241. ISBN 9781907816635
Funded reserach on the evaluation of a community support group for those with dementia and their carers