Dr Tim Rogers is an internationally recognised sports psychiatrist: the first doctor in the UK to receive certification by the International Society for Sport Psychiatry. For many years, Tim has worked across the spectrum of mental health, wellbeing and performance within elite sport and dance. Tim supports both individuals and teams in elite football, in the Olympic and Paralympic Systems, elite rugby, cricket, tennis, horse racing and many more. Tim offers support to members of the League Managers Association. Tim is an approved expert on the Football Medicine and Performance Association (FMPA) register.
Dr Tim Rogers is one of a very small number of psychiatrists to have also completed postgraduate training in applied sport and exercise psychology. Having worked and trained in high performance environments, he understands the culture of professional sport and dance, and the unique pressures that come with this. Tim is a specialist member of the Sport Resolutions National Anti-Doping Panel. He was formerly a registered UKAD psychiatrist accredited to undertake therapeutic use exemption assessments.
Tim has experience of assessing and caring for footballers subject to FA disciplinary proceedings when supported by the PFA. Tim supports athletes and coaches as an expert in other situations related to sports and civil law proceedings.
Tim was a founding executive member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Sport and Exercise Psychiatry Special Interest Group.
Tim is also Clinical Director for Togetherall, a piece of digital technology that creates a community of people who support each other and confide anonymously in a safe space 24/7.
When not working Dr Tim Rogers likes to plan holidays!: cold or warm weather; his own or anyone else’s!