Episode20: Dr Roy Sugarman
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DR ROY SUGARMAN
About Roy Sugarman
Dr Roy Sugarman is a Fellow of the Australian Psychological Society’s Colleges of Clinical Neuropsychology and Clinical Psychology, member of the Royal Charter of Psychologists in the UK, an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, Member of the British Psychological Society’s Division of Neuropsychology and Faculty of Paediatric Neuropsychology, and a member of the American Psychological Association.
In the USA he is on the advisory boards of several USA-based entities: as Neuroscience lead with Social Health Innovations and Transhuman Inc, (Sydney and Delaware), Mind Experts International (Fla), as well as directing Applied Neuroscience in the Performance Innovation Team of EXOS (Az). In this last capacity he served as a mindset coach with the USA National Men’s Soccer Team, as well as supporting Olympic and Club level athletes in multiple sporting settings including the USF athletes and US Military Special Forces personnel. He is a foundation member and Head Neuroscientist for education technology company BoxMedia in the UK and USA. He is co-creator of Be A Looper, and Looper Enterprise, two award-winning apps addressing the issue of suicide in mental health settings.
He is the author of two acclaimed books, “Saving your life one day at a time”, and “Client-centred coaching: A trainer and coach’s guide to motivating clients” (3rd ed). He is a contributor to various other works, including The Hecht Effect by Steve Hecht, and Every Day is Game Day, by Mark Verstegen and The Road to Nowhere by Allan Munn. He has had input into major corporations’ corporate health including programs at IBM, Intel, and Sheraton.
Dr Sugarman’s clinical work continues in traumatic brain injury, trauma, mood and anxiety, and autism spectrum disorders in children and adults, and he serves as an Adjunct Clinical Lecturer in Psychiatry at UNSW. His online program “The neuroscience of Peak Performance”, produced by EXOS Presents in the USA, has received critical acclaim. He has contributed to other EXOS Works presentations promoting best practice in professional coaching circles and is currently developing a novel approach to using Values-based methodology in coaching in both deprived and professional communities in the US.
Dr Sugarman works with individuals from his practices in Rose Bay and Bankstown, Australia.