Sports psychology uses psychological knowledge and tools to address optimal performance and your well-being. Sport provides not only physical development, but also social development, helping you deal with stress, pressure, self-criticism, difficulties, failure, winning, relationships.
Sport psychology interventions are designed to help you and other sport participants (e.g., coaches, parents). Both if you have a difficulty, a challenge, but also in situations where you simply want to better understand your emotions, expand your self-awareness and be a better and better person as well as athlete.
For athletes from all disciplines, levels of competition and ages, from recreational participants in youth competitions to professional and Olympic level athletes. If you are interested in self-understanding, greater life satisfaction and developing sports skills, meetings with a sports psychologist will expand your self-awareness.
Focusing on development, not just the result
Dealing with self-criticism
Working on self-esteem
Understanding and dealing with emotions such as anxiety, frustration, anger, sadness
Training cognitive and behavioral skills to increase performance.
Imagination training and performance planning
Strategies for concentration and attention control
Working on self-esteem and competence in sports;
Building mental toughness
Sportsmanship and leadership skills.
In addition, it helps to work on communication in relationships, developing interpersonal skills, assertiveness.
– sports injuries and rehabilitation;
– career changes and identity crises.
– overtraining and professional burnout;
– aggression and violence;
– substance abuse;
– dysthymia (lowered mood), depression,
– illness, death of a loved one
– eating disorders and weight management;
As much as possible. If you notice as a team that there are skills that can be improved, you can come in for consultation and training. Perhaps you are a parent and together with other parents involved in the sports club and would like to learn how you can support your child even more strongly.
– team building;
– working on team communication
– workshops with parents and families involved in youth sports participation;
– work with parents on building emotional support for children and adolescents who are involved in sports
– workshops on pressure
– education of coaches on motivation, interpersonal and leadership skills, and talent development;
– educating coaches and parents on early identification and prevention of psychological difficulties.
Sport is an incredibly exciting, demanding and changing adventure, full of challenges. See which athletes have used/are using the services of a sports psychologist
„I know more about sports, I know more about psychology, I understand my own feelings and can speak them out loud.”
Kobe Bryant (one of the greatest players in basketball history)
Iga Świątek (currently ranked world No. 1 by the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA)
Adam Małysz (one of the most successful athletes in the history of the sport)
Szymon Kołecki (weightlifter, Olympics gold and silver medalist)
and many other famous athletes.
Depending on your preference, meetings can be held in the form of video consultations or in person.
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Meet our specialists
Sessions with a sports psychologist can benefit, anyone who wants to do things better. Every day we perform activities in different areas of our lives. We perform them as athletes, as students, as professionals, as friends, as employees or business owners. Sports psychology (or more accurately „performance psychology”) provides an understanding of who we are, what we think and what we do when we are at our best, and builds the skills that allow us to consistently bring out the best in everything we do.
Sure! We provide services for athletes, teams and sports organizations. For more information about our services, please feel free to contact us by email email@example.com or phone 697655458.
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