Presentations

FOR THE COACH:

1.    Coaching with Resilience in Mind

Resilience is key for any athlete to endure the ebbs and flows found within sport: success, failures, pressures and dealing with injuries. Learn key principles necessary to helping your athlete develop a resilient life–elements that will infuse more than just their sport; strategies to help build a strong core of any individual.

2.    Building the Core of an Athlete

Coaches have the difficult job of developing athletes who are not only strong in their sport, but also holistically minded with an identity founded on more than athletics.  Learn important techniques to develop the whole of your athlete including a strengths-based, leadership model for coaching.

3.   Body Image, Disordered Eating, & Depression in Sport

Depression and disordered eating are on a rise in young athletes. Sports having an aesthetic component—emphasis on body image—create pressure and expectations for athletes that are challenging to work through. Learn the signs and symptoms of depression and disordered eating and help your athlete avoid the pitfalls surrounding body image.

 

FOR THE PARENT:

1.    Mental Health Strategies for Optimal Performance

As a parent, some of the greatest skills you can teach your athlete surround their mental well-being. This workshop will provide you with tools and skills necessary to help your athlete face the mental challenges of dealing with aspects such as the highs of success and the lows of disappointment, post-competition depression, pre-competition anxiety, and a mentally healthy perspective on sport.

2.    Body Image, Disordered Eating, & Depression in Sport

Depression and disordered eating are on a rise in young athletes. Sports having an aesthetic component—emphasis on body image—create pressure and expectations for athletes that are challenging to work through. Learn the signs and symptoms of depression and disordered eating and help your athlete avoid the pitfalls surrounding body image.

3.   Building a Resilient Athlete

Resilience is key in pursuing more and becoming more as an athlete and individual. Learn key principles that found a resilient life and help your child to apply these aspects to their sport.

4.    Integrating Sport and Life

How do you help a young elite athlete find their identity in more than just sport? Learn to help the athlete develop core principles that will not only enhance their sport but help them knit sport into a cohesive, whole-life identity. These skills help an athlete to navigate post-sport life, injury, success and failures within sport.

 

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