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Posted 04/20/2022

25 Years in High-Performance Sport: 7 things I've learned from my journey (that may be useful for coaches)

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25 Years in High-Performance Sport: 7 things I've learned from my journey (that may be useful for coaches)

Workshop Content

1. Split psychology and coaching into threes!  

2. Build your (bio)psycho-social model

3. Look to engage players first

4. Consider the cognitive science underpinning learning

5. Psychology underpins intelligent practice

6. Mental Skills Frameworks are essential

7. Mental Skills Frameworks should be practiced, shared, and looped

Dan Abrahams

Dan is a sport psychologist working alongside individuals, teams, coaches and organisations globally. He is known for his passion to de-mystify sport psychology and for creating simple to use performance techniques. He is the author of four best-selling sport psychology books and is the founder of both the Dan Abrahams Soccer Academy and The Sport Psych Show podcast. A former professional golfer and PGA qualified, Dan has a First Class Honours degree in Psychology and a Masters degree in Sport Psychology. He is registered with the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC), meaning he is an accredited psychologist and bound by the HCPC’s code of conduct which emphasises confidentiality, evidence of professional development, safe practice, and standards of proficiency. Dan helps people of all ages and at all levels achieve their performance goals. Working predominantly in sport, and specialising in soccer and golf, Dan also helps people in areas as diverse as business, the performing arts, and the military. He does this by breaking down the complex theories of sport and performance psychology and helping his clients to easily implement them into their everyday lives. His interests and specialities are numerous including individual development, high-performance environments, performing under pressure, leadership, team building, skill acquisition, well-being, organisational culture, and coaching practice.  

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