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Coaching Resilience – A Military and Sport Psychology Perspective

Posted 2 months ago Michael Mellinger 4 minute read comments

Resilience is a hot topic in today’s world. From sport psychology to military psychology, it seems that everyone has their own interpretation of resilience, […]

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Coping Under Pressure: The Value of Emotional Control

Posted 1 year ago Erin Prior 4 minute read comments

As our lives become increasingly fast-paced, with everything accessible at merely the touch of a button, both our personal and professional lives are becoming […]

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Increasing and Maintaining Emotional Control Under Pressure

Posted 1 year ago Erin Prior 7 minute read comments

In today’s fast-paced society, coping under pressure seems more vital than ever and is often a necessary skill across many professional domains. But how […]

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Are you mentally tough enough to become a US navy SEAL?

Posted 4 years ago Katie Nichols 4 minute read comment

Advancing and optimising performance in military training has been of great interest to sport psychologists over the years. Performance enhancement is the deliberate refinement […]

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Using sport psychology strategies to reduce stress in the military

Posted 4 years ago Katie Nichols 3 minute read comment

Military personnel face extreme levels of stress that impact not only their performance but also their readiness and personal relationships (Mastroianni, Mabry, Benedek, & […]

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