About

Marcus Probert, Managing Director and Psychologist with Three Lions Psychology and Consulting places a strong emphasis on the development of effective relationships with all clients; individuals, businesses, organisations, schools and universities.

Marcus completed his Bachelor and Honours programs at the University of Ballarat, before completing his Master of Applied Psychology (Sport) at Victoria University. He is currently undertaking a Master of Business Administration (Change Management) at Victoria University. Marcus is an AHPRA registered General Psychologist.

Marcus has an extensive history of providing holistic wellbeing and psychological education, support and intervention in a range of environments including elite sports (Collingwood Football Club, Essendon Football Club, Cricket Australia), corrections (Department of Justice), secondary and tertiary education (Damascus College; Federation University).

Marcus also has an extensive history of people and program management, policy and procedure development, and provision of professional supervision, which allows him to work with individuals and groups in a variety of environments. 

When providing psychological services to individuals, Marcus utilises a holistic approach to therapy and incorporates appropriate treatment approaches from a range of therapeutic models (Behavioural, Cognitive, Humanistic) to meet the client’s needs.

Marcus places a strong emphasis on values-based organisational development and leadership.


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A DIVE INTO THE MIND

Marcus is also host of the podcast, ‘A Dive Into the Mind’, which focuses on interviewing successful or interesting people and exploring their performance or life and the mindset and skills they developed/implemented to achieve success or navigate challenges. Past guest have included cricket champion Greg Chappell, Australia Netballer Bianca Chatfield, Olympic marathon runner Kate Smyth, and respected sports administrator Leigh Russell.