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Brian Zuleger and Rick McGuire

through a trampoline Olympic development environment . Case Studies in Sport and Exercise Psychology, 3 ( 1 ), 11 – 19 . https://doi.org/10.1123/cssep.2019-0002 10.1123/cssep.2019-0002 Sharpe , L. , & Hodge , K. ( 2013 ). Effective sport psychology consulting relationships: Two coach case

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Stewart Cotterill

introduction . Amsterdam, The Netherlands : Springer Science . Sharp , L. , & Hodge , K. ( 2013 ). Effective sport psychology consulting relationships: Two coach case studies . The Sport Psychologist, 27 , 313 – 324 . doi:10.1123/tsp.27.4.313 10.1123/tsp.27.4.313 Sharp , L. , Hodge , K

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John Pates and Kieran Kingston

, “Who they are has been a large part of their successful consulting relationships” ( Ravizza & Fazio, 2002 , p. 144). In spite of these considerations, it is my belief that the techniques employed played an important role in the success of the consultancy. Indeed, adopting a philosophy where clients are

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Cassandra M. Seguin and Diane M. Culver

establish due to confidentiality in the consulting relationship. Thus, MPCs were targeted if they worked in high-impact sports and/or sports with high SRC incidence rates (e.g., ice hockey, rugby, American football). Ultimately, 15 current and former elite athletes and 20 MPCs were recruited. Ten athletes

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Kelsey Saizew, M. Blair Evans, Veronica Allan, and Luc J. Martin

perspective . International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 19 ( 1 ), 13 – 28 . https://doi.org/10.1080/1612197X.2019.1637363 10.1080/1612197X.2019.1637363 Sharp , L.A. , & Hodge , K. ( 2013 ). Effective sport psychology consulting relationships: Two coach case studies . The Sport