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Athletes are human beings not robots

Atheltes are human beings just like the rest of us, however they may excel in their sporting domain. Athletes love to be challenged and like competing and winning and they are typically good at controlling their focus. However, events and problems outside their sport can sometimes creep into impacting on their sports performance. This could …

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Psychological well-being (Ryff, 1995)

Psychological well-being was initially derived from several psychological perspectives including developmental, clinical and mental health. Developmental psychology provided guidance from life-span development which offers several descriptions of wellness and follows growth over the life course. This perspective includes the work of Erikson (1959) stages of psychological development, Buhler (1935) basic life tendencies, and Neugarten’s (1973) …

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Online Course In ACT For Sport (Was £995 now just £90!)

This online course is perfect for sport psychologists, coaches or anyone working within a sporting performance context. The course covers lot’s of mental skills, case study examples and techniques to help improve sport performance. Cancellation Rights Under this policy, you may cancel your purchase of the course within the period of 14 calendar days from …

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Experiential Avoidance and Anxiety

By Stephen Renwick Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Anxiety in Sport Anxiety can cause many behavioral issues for athletes and this can result in poor performances or even avoidance of competition and training. An athlete with moderate to severe anxiety will typical seek to avoid any situation which cause unpleasant thoughts, feelings and sensations. …

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