Sport psychology is concerned with understanding the behaviour, mental processes and well being of people involved with sport and exercise.
Sport psychologists work with individuals to ensure that their mental functioning is optimal, leading to optimal physical performance. As an athlete you will spend many hours training for the physical aspects of your sport, but have you ever considered whether your mental performance is at its best?
Sport psychology can help with many aspects of sport performance.
Sometimes people approach a sport psychologist when they have a particular problem. Others when they just want to make sure they are achieving as much as they possibly can.
- Removing barriers, e.g. getting through a perceived ceiling in performance
- Promoting and developing strengths
- Arousal Control
- Focus / Concentration
- Stress Management
- Cohesion / Team Building
- Staleness / Burnout
- Injury Rehabilitation
- Exercise Engagement and Adherence
- Getting over fears associated with a specific technique, a piece of apparatus, or a context/place.
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