Parental Influence in Sport: Parents' Perspective

with Professor Camilla Knight

Professor Camilla Knight joined us on the ICK Webinar Series to discuss strategies for working with parents in sport. Watch her presentation below


Camilla Knight

Professor Camilla Knight

Camilla works for Swansea University. She completed her BSc and MSc at Loughborough University, and PhD and postdoctoral position at the University of Alberta in Canada. She is also the lead of the Welsh Research Advisory and Evaluation group for the Child Protection in Sport Unit, a member of the Welsh Safeguarding in Sport Strategy group, and the Youth Sport lead for the Welsh Institute of Performance Science. Camilla's research interests are concerned with understanding and enhancing the psychosocial experiences of children in sport, with a particular focus upon the influence of parents. She is the co-author of “Parenting in youth sport: From Research to Practice” (Routledge, 2014) and co-editor of “Sport Psychology for Young Athletes” (Routledge, 2017). She has also published widely on topics such as parents’ experiences in sport, parental involvement in sport, youth sport participation, and parent-coach relations.


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