trust in skills

Helping Athletes Improve Trust in Skills

Trust in Skills

Taking Skills from Practice to Competition Trust is one of the most important factors that leads to peak performance in sports. When young athletes trust their skills, they’re performing or playing in the moment. They rely on the skills they learned to perform to their abilities under any circumstances. Rather … Read Sport Psychology Tip

Helping Young Athletes Trust In Their Skills

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Bringing Your Practice Confidence to Games In “Sessions with Doc,” Dr. Patrick Cohn answers your sports psychology and mental training questions about Helping Athletes Trust In Their Skills In Competition. Visit and click on contact us to submit your question for Dr. Cohn to answer in his mental game … Read Sport Psychology Tip

If Your Kids Doubt Their Abilities, Try This…

Youth Sports Psychology

Sports Kids Who Doubt Their Ability Sports parents, do you ever hear phrases like this uttered by your sports kids? These phrases show that your young athletes doubt their abilities. Kids with doubts—and everyone has them, of course—need to understand that doubt is the Number One confidence killer. Kids with … Read Sport Psychology Tip