Being a Sport Psychologist

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With a wealth of practical advice, real-world examples, engaging anecdotes, and an integrated case study, this is the perfect guide to being a sport psychologist
1. Introduction and Overview.- 2. Ethical Considerations: Protecting the client, yourself and your profession.- 3. Philosophical Assumptions: The aims, the landscape, and the strategy.- 4. The Intake Process: Establishing a relationship, aims, expectations, and boundaries.- 5. Needs Analysis: Establishing needs, skills, demands and goals.- 6. Case Formulation: Creating a working model.- 7. Choosing a Support Strategy: Case formulations, evidence and professional judgement.- 8. Planning the Support Programme.- 9. Delivery and Monitoring (... and Knowing When You're Finished).- 10. Quality Assurance Processes: Recording, reflecting and supervision.
What makes a great sport psychologist? Is there an ideal style or approach? What do you need to consider when working with a client?
In this practical guide, Richard Keegan presents a user-friendly model of the sport psychologist's consulting processes and offers a framework for understanding best practice. Whether you are a trainee or a qualified sport psychologist, this book will help you to deliver a consistent, transparent, effective and ethical service at all levels of sport.

Being a Sport Psychologist:

. provides a clear and coherent model which accommodates different styles, philosophies and experience levels;
. contains worksheets to help you record, evaluate, understand and reflect;
. offers a range of useful case studies and examples;
. is the first book to describe the process of being a sport psychologist from beginning to end.
Autor: Richard Keegan
Richard Keegan

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Autor: Richard Keegan
ISBN-13 :: 9781137300898
ISBN: 1137300892
Erscheinungsjahr: 03.11.2015
Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan
Gewicht: 472g
Seiten: 304
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage 1st ed. 2016
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 159x235x18 mm, 304 p.
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