Hounslow Chronicle - 12 October 2010
If you see Richard Lee go into a trance during games, don’t fear – hypnosis is the key behind his recent good form.
The Brentford keeper has only played four games this season, helping the Bees to wins in all four, and was the hero of penalty shoot-out victories over Everton and Leyton Orient. And the former Hornets stopper has put it all down to a recent encounter with Watford-based hypnotist Dave Sabat.
He said: “'I’ve seen Dave four times now prior to each game, and the impact he has had on my game has been immense. “I needed a boost, and since seeing him I’ve never felt more focused during a game in my life, and I think my last four performances are proof of that.”
However, while he has been the hero of Brentford’s cup runs this season, Lee admits he is frustrated at playing second fiddle to Reading loanee Ben Hamer in the league.
He added: “I’m confused by the situation. I’m playing the best football of my life and find myself on the bench in League One. I was brought in as number one and discarded after two pre-season games. “I feel frustrated after making a big decision to leave Watford. At the risk of sounding arrogant, I see myself as a keeper who could perform well in the Premiership as I have done already, and I find myself in the position I do.”
Peak performance and focus is what modern sports people require for their game and sports hypnotherapy can enable them to improve their skills in professional sports, such as football, archery and tennis. Trained hypnotherapists at The Harley Street Hypnotherapy Clinic can perform sports hypnosis and are achieving great results for their sports personalities. To increase your performance and get the most out of your game, contact one of our therapists at the London Hypnotherapy Clinic on Harley Street in London.