Are you or your child struggling with performance anxiety?
Are you a part of a highly competitive athletic or musical program?
We can help individuals improve their mental skills and abilities to succeed in various areas of life, such as sports, academics, careers, etc.
Just like you train your physical skills, you should be training your mental skills to become more focused, resilient, confident, and motivated.
From a sports perspective, athletes at all levels are struggling to reduce symptoms related to their mental health. Athletes face unique pressures in their sport that can have a profound impact on their mental health and well-being. The physical side of performance gets prioritized over mental health far too often. However, mental performance is what keeps us motivated, focused, and committed when change is hard or when the game is on the line.
Mental performance coaching can help athletes:
- Handle the pressure, stress, and anxiety that come with being an athlete
- Grow confidence and self-esteem
- Build a growth mindset
- Combat self-doubt and negative self-talk
- Improve mental skills such as focus, goal-setting, and motivation
- Face adversity and set-backs related to injury
- Adjust to a new team/environment
- Increase self-control and ability to regulate emotions
More and more professional and collegiate athletes are speaking out to break the stigma of mental health, discussing how they use mental performance skills to elevate their game on and off the court. At the elite level, you are seeing sports psychologists and mental performance coaches being implemented for teams and organizations. It is becoming a necessary tool to achieve success as an athlete and protect your well-being, regardless of skill level!
Mental performance coaching can have a significant impact on an individual’s success and well-being. We can provide skills to use such as visualization, self-talk, goal-setting, mindfulness, and other evidence-based approaches to improve performance and help you perform at your best when you need it most.