Bringing out the best in yourself and others is a fundamental drive of anyone who is in the pursuit of a high-performance goal.
Whether in an elite sport or corporate leadership, it's through the right emotional state and frame of mind that will not only bring out your best but will also maintain interest, dedication, commitment, motivation, enjoyment, and a deep sense of satisfaction over the long haul of any elite high-performance career.
The thing is, having the right attitude, mindset, and emotional state for peak performance doesn't just happen by chance. Like most things, it takes a lot of time to master.
Mental preparation, focus, concentration, goal setting, bouncing back from setbacks, getting the right emotional state before competition no matter how important or nerve-racking the stakes may be, is achieved through mental skills that are learnt, practised, and mastered over time through either trial and error or with the guidance of a sport psychologist.
Sport psychology also helps athletes and corporate leaders deal with the ups and downs of their careers and can play a significant part in curbing early burnout.
Sport psychology is not just for adults. Adolescents can also benefit in the context of their developing identity, sense of purpose, and personal life goals by helping them through this process in a way that incorporates their high-performance goals and dreams.
The whole process of developing a mature and healthy mindset and emotional state for training and competition is very important for athletes and other high achievers of all ages.
This Fee Structure link will take you to a detailed overview of costs for the services outlined below.