What athletes think about themselves and their performance directly affects their feelings and behaviors. Helping people understand their thought processes and then making the appropriate changes to help them automatically peak perform is what sport psychology is all about. It takes motivation, commitment, and a willingness to be open to change. Oh yeah, it also takes practice – but you’re already used to that.
Together, we will identify the specific issues that may be hindering your performance and focus our attention on finding and learning the right combination of skills that will help you realize your full potential. Sessions are available in person, telephone, or skype.
Examples of interventions include:
- Learning how to set effective, yet challenging goals for yourself
- Controlling nervousness, distraction and anxiety
- Managing your energy, anger, and pain
- Relaxing and concentrating on cue
- Increasing your self-confidence and self-esteem
- Improving your communication with teammates
- Increasing your life satisfaction
- Managing your stress
- Seeing yourself as successful
- Increasing mental toughness