THINK, FEEL, AND PERFORM
In sport, there will be moments of unfairness that will produce emotions such as anger or sadness, there will be moments of fear and anxiety, and there will moments of happiness and experiencing flow. However, the best athletes can perform well under any emotional state or circumstances; it is your everyday choices that will influence your future performance. To improve your mental game and achievements in sport, we will work on what is happening during the practices, and prior, during and after competitions.
Get Your Free Mental Game Checklist
The purpose of this checklist is to assist you in examining the psychological and physical factors that help maximize your performance. To improve your mental game and achievements in sport, you may need to work on what is happening during the practices, and prior, during and after competitions.
Remember, there is no separation between mind and body, and states of your mind influence states of your body as well states of your body influence the states of your mind, and both influence your performance.
*This checklist is provided by © Mark Anshel
The Mental Performance setting is not a basic therapy; it is more about building skills.
However, the field of performance psychology includes applied sport psychology (mental skills), applied psychophysiology, and psychotherapy. If you need psychotherapy, you will be referred out to another professional and in some cases, "we" (client and consultant) will be working simultaneously with another professional.
is “training” not “treatment”
By using sensors connected to an amplifier and a computer, clients receive real time information (feedback) about their body. The awareness of the physiological process helps individuals to manage their thoughts and emotions, and choose the behaviors that align with their lifestyle and future goals.