Sports Medicine

Athlete Psychology

Athlete Psychology


Sports psychology is a field of specialization in which psychological knowledge and skills are used to ensure optimal performance of athletes. This field systematically addresses the developmental and social aspects of sports participants and the problems associated with sports environments and organizations.

Sports psychology studies how psychological states affect athletic performance, exercise, and physical activity.


Ability And Procedures Used In Sports Psychology

A – Cognitive and behavioral skills training for performance improvement: goal setting, concentration and attention control strategies, self-confidence, self-esteem and competence development, cognitive behavioral self-control techniques, emotion management, sportsmanship and leadership skills.

B- Counseling and clinical interventions: Athletic motivation, eating disorders and weight management, overtraining and burnout, aggression and violence, athletic injury and rehabilitation, career transitions and identity crises.

C- Counseling and education: Communication of young athletes with their families, training of coaches on motivation, interpersonal and leadership skills and abilities, training of coaches and managers in early diagnosis and prevention of psychological difficulties.


Creating a Psychological Performance Profile in Sports

Psychological performance profiles can be used in conjunction with existing measures of physical ability to provide players, athletes, and coaches with valuable insight and insight.

Psychometric assessments can help athletes discover their own personal characteristics such as self-confidence, motivation, resilience and resilience. This awareness can help athletes shape their development and encourage them to take responsibility for their performance with an emphasis on focus, breakthrough and success.

While Feman Clinic reveals the strengths of the athlete with its athlete psychometric profile; it also aims to identify potential areas of improvement and improvement. Understanding the athlete's behavior and emotional characteristics can improve an athlete's performance in competition and assist in relieving the psychological effects of the recovery process after injuries.

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