Skip to main content

The Sport Psychologist's Role at the Olympic Games: Mental Challenges for the Olympian

Was: $55.00
Now: $27.50
(No reviews yet) Write a Review
SKU:
827008033997*
Author:
Chris Carr
Published:
2007
Length:
67 minutes
The Sport Psychologist's Role at the Olympic Games: Mental Challenges for the Olympian reviews some of the issues related to the psychological component of the Olympic games. The DVD provides an overview of the mental skills training that Olympic athletes often require, including preparing them to respond appropriately to adversity. The DVD also offers the presenter's reflections and observations, from a sport psychologist's perspective, of the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

• Olympics: A different experience
• Psychological assets of the Olympian
• On being mentally “tough”
• Elements of “flow”
• Being a “resilient” athlete
• Controlling the “controllables”
• Prior to the Olympic Games
• The sports psychologist's role at the Olympic Games
• Reflections and observations: Beijing 2008
• St. Vincent's sport & performance psychology services
• Mission statement of SVSPP