About Eva Molleja 2018-02-11T18:01:54+00:00


Degree in Psychology -University of Seville-; Master’s Degree in Sport Psychology -Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB)- and European Master’s Degree – University of Leuven (Belgium) and the Free University of Amsterdam-; Doctorating in psychology of the sport by UAB.AB.


During 18 years of professional experience in which she has been linked to several prestigious sports centers and institutions such as the High Performance Center of Sant Cugat del Vallés (CAR), the Technological Center (Blume) from Esplugues de Llobregat (Barcelona), and also institutions such as the UAB and INEFC-Barcelona University, ​​as well as the Catalan School of Sport, Monlau motorsport school, Tecnocampus de Mataró University, INEF Lleida University. She has worked for different Spanish and Catalan federations, such as Golf, Pentathlon, Fencing, Archery, Swimming, Softball, First Aids and Volleyball. Moreover she has worked in other sports privately in clubs or sports teams like all the world of motorsport, tennis, skiing, equestrian, skating, dancing, gymnastics and football.

She has worked in Madrid at IQTRA clinic center and also collaborated with CEMTRO clinic.

She currently works in a football proyect with a prestigious club, as well as online sessions by videoconference with athletes from all over the world.

She studied high school courses in USA and England, which gives her a command of English. For the years lived in Barcelona she also speaks Catalan.

She has personal experience in high performance sport as a swimmer and also in amateur level in various sports (rowing, softball, basketball and triathlon) so she could easily put herself in the place of the athletes.


Interview in basics areas (which can be virtual, via Smartphone or Skype) with the athlete. These sessions deal with aspects such as:

  • General evaluation
  • Setting goals
  • Cognitive awareness: the athlete realizes something that does or thinks but is not aware
  • Training technical skills (like relaxation or visualization)
  • Identifying the keys to success to repeat them

*These sessions can include an eventual meeting with the technical staff to see how to improve their performance as a team.

Introducing work elements of practical psychological skills in the athlete training. A good example would be to integrate psychological skillwork in the physical session.

Attend a competition in which the athlete participates, to observe both his/her own behaviour in that situation and his/her interaction with the other agents. On the other hand, it serves to practice psychological skills in their own field and detect trainning needs in situ.