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An Insight Into the Use of Personality Assessment by U.K. Sport Psychology Consultants

Stephen Rowles and Tim Holder

through when consulting, including robust case formulation ( Keegan, 2016 ), so enabling clear professional judgments ( Martindale & Collins, 2005 ) to be made regarding the core issue and how best to address it. For a SPC to be able to work in this way it is vitally important that they are Well

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Barriers and Facilitators to Help-Seeking for Mental Health Difficulties Among Professional Jockeys in Ireland

Lewis King, SarahJane Cullen, Jean McArdle, Adrian McGoldrick, Jennifer Pugh, Giles Warrington, and Ciara Losty

( Li et al., 2009 ). Improving communication and integration between the support team may help enhance the precision and depth of case formulation, increase early recognition of symptoms of MHDs, and promote further referral to mental health support services for jockeys if required ( Buran et al., 2019

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Nonaccidental Violence Among Elite Athletes in Finland: Associations With Sport Conditions and Mental Well-Being and Ill-Being

Satu Kaski and Ulla Kinnunen

coaches. Finally, in Finland, practitioners function as part of an interdisciplinary team (e.g., sport psychologist and physician) designed to deliver sport science services to athletes. Improving communication and integration within the support team may help enhance the precision and depth of case

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Using the Anxiety Sensitivity Index-3 With Athletes: A Psychometric Evaluation of Factor Structure and Measurement Invariance

Christopher E.J. DeWolfe, Pablo Romero-Sanchiz, Margo C. Watt, and Sherry H. Stewart

.J. ( 2018 ). Integrating patients’ anxiety sensitivity profile into one’s case formulation and treatment planning . In J.A.J. Smits , M.W. Otto , M.B. Powers , & S.O. Baird (Eds.), The clinician’s guide to anxiety sensitivity treatment and assessment (pp

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“He’s Asked for You. . . . ” One-to-One Support With an Elite Academy Soccer Player and Navigating Through the Unforeseen Roles of Sport Psychology Practitioners

Lauren Garner, Hayley McEwan, and Amy Whitehead

boundaries between the needs analysis, case formulation, and intervention often overlapped with one another, as is often the case during one-to-one sport psychology support ( Keegan, 2015 ). The intervention lasted for 4 months in total. During this time, Tom and I formally met on 10 occasions with sessions

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“A Blank Slate”: Preparing for Tokyo 2021 During COVID-19

Nick Wadsworth and Adam Hargreaves

and would regularly think about mistakes and worry about critical feedback from their coaches. WL summed these challenges up toward the end of the session: “I’ve lost myself on and off the mat.” Case Formulation Determining the aim of the intervention was a collaborative process between WL and me

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Rowing Over the Edge: Nonfunctional Overreaching and Overtraining Syndrome as Maladjustment—Diagnosis and Treatment From a Psychological Perspective

Daniel Birrer

took place, in which Greg expressed his need to analyze his overtraining and to find a way out of his crisis. Case Formulation Situational and Personal Characteristics The following are the situational and personal characteristics of Greg’s case highlighted from the perspective of NFOR and OTS as

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The “10 Mentality”: A Longitudinal Case Study of Self-Control Strength in Two Competitive Recurve Archers

Roy David Samuel, Guy Matzkin, Saar Gal, and Chris Englert

of self-control in archery performance and on the archers’ use of the intervention techniques. Case Formulation and Implementation The Sport Modern competitive archery is managed by the World Archery Federation (WA). The most common types of target archery bow are the recurve and compound. In target

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One-to-One Support With a Professional Rugby League Player: A Case for Referral?

Nick Wadsworth, Ben Paszkowec, and Martin Eubank

.T. Consultancy Process Throughout this consultancy process, the boundaries between the intake, needs analysis, case formulation, and intervention were blurred and overlapped with one another, as they often do in one-to-one sport psychology support ( Keegan, 2015 ). Intake Before the official start of the

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Stress Management Strategies in Esports: An Exploratory Online Survey on Applied Practice

Oliver Leis, Matthew Watson, Laura Swettenham, Ismael Pedraza-Ramirez, and Franziska Lautenbach

working model that guides future decisions (i.e., case formulation; Keegan, 2020 ), and assess the effects of identified strategies in more detail to inform evidence-based interventions (e.g.,  Fletcher & Hanton, 2004 ). In other words, research should investigate how the applied sport psychology process