members
member area

Blog Archives

January 2015 Article Archives

Coaches Have Their Own Needs

By Burton Giges M.D.
Published

Sport psychology offers many suggestions for providing psychological services for athletes who need assistance with problems in performance, communication, time management, transitions, relationships…

Read More

Sheryl Swoopes Achieves Greatness Through Sport Psychology

By Yopko Penhallurick LLC
Published

Regarded as one of the best female basketball players of all time, Sheryl Swoopes accepted the Performance Excellence Award at the Association for Applied Sport Psychology's (AASP) annual conference…

Read More

Type 1 Diabetes in Sport: How to Support Your Athletes’

By Carrie Cheadle
Published

Anyone working with collegiate athletes knows how much work it takes to be both a dedicated student and a competitive athlete. It's challenging to balance practice and games with classes and exams,…

Read More

Understanding Student-Athlete Burnout

By Keith A. Kaufman, Ph.D.
Published

The human body needs recovery to thrive. Without it, performance can begin to suffer and/or an athlete can start breaking down. The state of burnout is often regarded as the endpoint of this breakdown…

Read More