Sports psychologists use psychology principles to improve the mental health of athletes to improve their performance. To be a Sports psychologist it is important to have good interpersonal skills, to interact one on one with your client.
Education-master's or doctorate degree in clinical psychology. Employment Outlook- Excellent Salary- Median $94,590, with a projected growth of 19% in the next 10 years.
Sports psychologists typically work in a in a private office space to work one on one with their client.