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360 Mental Skills Development - Six Week Programme

Initial Meeting
The aim of this meeting will be to understand the coach's vision and goals for the team. This meeting will help me to understand the opinions of team members with regards to their strengths and challenges. I will also meet the athletes to understand their views on 'what' they want to achieve within six weeks
Evidence Based Assessment
All athletes within the team will fill out performance based questionnaires for profiling. The average scores will be statistically calculated. This step will give us a factual representation of psychological strengths and challenges within the team. Merging of facts and opinions will lead a balanced plan
Development and Delivery
Out of a comprehensive list of mental skills, I will develop a plan based around most important mental skills. These could include: Confidence, Motivation, peaking Under Pressure, coping with adversity, managing anxiety, communication, organisation and discipline. One mental skill will be covered every week.
One to One Support
Athletes or coaches who wish to have individual session with me, online or in person will have the opportunity to have weekly 50-minute sessions. Individual sessions will give athletes or coaches an opportunity to discuss any issues with complete confidentiality. Athletes will need to book the sessions
Follow Up Session
A follow up session will be conducted 2 to 4 weeks after the completion of the six-week programme. It will give the coaches and athletes to report any new challenges. A final workshop will be conducted to address any new challenges. Support during competition or tournaments will be provided.
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Shared Goals and Values
Mental Skills Profiling
Weekly Workshops
All round Support
Ongoing Relationship

Workshops

One single workshop can help your team to overcome a particular challenge in a short period of time. Majority of the workshops will consist of an hour of classroom session and an hour of on-field training to transfer mental skills into their game.

Coaches will be guided on how they can consistently emphasize the use of the new mental skills by giving athletes the opportunity to practice these skills in training.

Confidence is the belief in one’s ability. The study of sport psychology offers many different strategies such as visualisation, self-talk, thought reconstruction and many other mental skill to build self-confidence and sports-confidence.

This workshop will give athletes the opportunity to explore their deepest fears and learn to face them with undying belief in their ability. Every individual in the team may have different ways of building confidence. The aim of the workshop is to improve the every team member’s self-confidence and the confidence they have in their team

Resilience is the ability to overcome difficult situations while using minimal mental resources. This includes the ability to over adversity, bounce back from mistakes and rebound from difficult situations effortlessly.

Sports situations often change drastically from one moment to another. Resilience strategies may include self-awareness, mental flexibility, emotional regulation, positive thinking and effective communication. The aim of this workshop is to teach athletes how to use different strategies to build resilience by exposing them to situations in training. 

Every single athlete has an ‘optimal performance zone’ that they can learn to manifest anytime for any particular competition. The aim of this workshop if to cultivate self-awareness and develop strategies around existing individual strengths.

Mindfulness is the ability to be fully present in the moment. Athletes often experience ‘flow’ states where they are fully engrossed in the activity without any worry about the outcome. The aim of this workshop will be to teach athletes different mental exercises (including mindfulness mediation) that will allow them to experience flow states in training and competitions. 

Performance anxiety is one of the biggest challenges for athletes and coaches. Many external factors such as ‘people watching’ or ‘playing a higher ranking team’ can contribute to the existing ‘fight or flight’ response that athletes may face during any competition.

This workshop aims at exploring internal and external factors that contribute to performance anxiety and using mental resources to build strategies for each of these factors.

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