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December 10, 2012

3 D’s of Effective Team Captains

Being a team captain is a privilege, but more importantly, a responsibility. Team captains are responsible for team cohesion, leading practices and games, keeping team spirit high, and being familiar with rules and regulations. Apart from the team, they act as the spokesperson for the team and leader on and… Continue Reading →
 
 
December 04, 2012

Championship Game Anxiety

Breathe a sigh of relief, all the hard work you and your team put into the season has paid off. You’re going to the championship game. Performance wise, you know your team has what it takes to win. Now is the time to give some thought to the mental state… Continue Reading →
 
 
November 15, 2012

What is Sports Therapy?

The last thing any athlete wants is an injury keeping them away from practice and games. Unfortunately injuries do occur. Typical sports injury recovery is rest and physical rehabilitation, but coping with a sports related injury also requires a form of psychological rehabilitation. Sports Therapy is used to: Help athletes… Continue Reading →
 
 
October 30, 2012

Parenting Children Through Divorce

While the goal of marital therapy in many cases is to repair the marriage, there are situations where that is not a realistic outcome. Yet, therapy can still be beneficial and often necessary so that the couple, or soon to be ex-couple, can address issues of co-parenting. More specifically, the… Continue Reading →
 
 

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