Caroline Anderson

Caroline is a Psychologist, Olympian and Director of Performance Edge Psychology. She has over 15 years of clinical experience in both hospital settings and private practice working with people with mental health disorders, as well as athletes, business leaders and organisations.  As a former olympian (Athens 2004) she has unique insight into elite performance which she combines with her psychological understanding and professional experience.   

Caroline has experience in areas of mental health and elite performance environments such as sport, corporate settings, high profile legal cases and people in the media spotlight. Her passion is to help cultivate a high performance mindset with individuals, athletes, teams and organisations.  She is a Consulting Psychologist for Australian Cricketers’ Association, and is the Victorian Institute of Sport Psychologist for the Diving Program.

Caroline is the Program Psychologist for Outside the Locker Room – and delivers their training around Australia on mental health, drug and alcohol and high performance via video presentations.  She sees athletes from Local to Olympic/International Level.  She also presents training programs and workshops in corporate setting with past clients including PwC, Gilbert + Tobin Law, McPherson and Kelley Law.

Caroline is involved in leadership positions such as the Women’s Olympic Network, is an Ambassador for Jean Hailes Women’s Health Week, and is regularly asked to contribute to articles, podcasts and radio interviews.

Carolyn presents on a variety of topics based around wellbeing.  Her signature presentation is called “Boost your Brain” and discusses the impact stress has on the brain.  The workshop takes people through an exercise to determine how their brain hemispheres, visual and auditory processing operate in default setting and then through a series of movements which balance the pathways in the brain to increase creativity and productivity.  It is a fun and interactive presentation usually ending with a 5 minute guided meditation.

Her other presentations include “The Importance of Self Care” which involves the creation of a self-care plan and Creating Lasting Happiness; understanding mental health; neuropsychology (stress and anxiety); psychological flexibility (acceptance and commitment training) and personal and theoretical perspectives of women in sport.


Information on Caroline:

Available for: Master of Ceremony; Keynote Speaker; Panel Speaker; Guest Speaker; Workshops.

Categories: Corporate Inclusion & Diversity; Health & Medicine; Leadership & Development; Sport & Fitness

Travels from: Melbourne