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The Journey of Service Delivery Competence in Applied Sport Psychology: The Arc of Development for New Professionals

Jana L. Fogaca, Jack C. Watson II, and Sam J. Zizzi

of service-delivery competence during their first year of applied sport psychology work. While Fogaca et al. ( 2018 ) primarily focused on supervision practices that seemed to be related to higher perceived supervisee development, the present study will provide a detailed account of the supervisees

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Learning Experiences Contributing to Service-Delivery Competence

David Tod, Daryl Marchant, and Mark B. Andersen

Graduates (n = 16) and teaching staff (n = 11) of Australian master’s of applied psychology programs (sport and exercise) participated in interviews about learning experiences that they believed contributed to service-delivery competence. Interviews were recorded, transcribed verbatim, and thematically content analyzed. The authors sought to enhance research credibility through data source and analyst triangulation. Participants thought the main contributions to service-delivery competence were client interactions; relationships among teaching staff, supervisors, and students; and specific events outside of the training programs. Participants considered sport psychology research and theory to be helpful when applicable to clients. The authors discuss issues arising under the major themes relating to practitioner development, such as supervisor-supervisee relationships. The results of the study have implications for future training in sport psychology, such as the mentoring of students, the grounding of practice in research and theory, and how anxiety can be minimized during role-plays.

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Walking Multiple Paths of Supervision in American Sport Psychology: A Qualitative Tale of Novice Supervisees’ Development

Janaina Lima Fogaca, Sam J. Zizzi, and Mark B. Andersen

must first understand the supervisee’s development and the factors that affect it. Tod, Marchant, and Andersen (2007) and Tod, Andersen, and Marchant (2009) suggested that a central area of sport psychologists’ development is improving service-delivery competence (SDC). Tod et al. described SDC as

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Mental Qualities and Techniques in Tactical Populations: A Systematic Review

Johannes Raabe, Elmer Castillo, and Johannes Carl

of the scientist–practitioner approach ( Jones & Mehr, 2007 ) and facilitates the development of service delivery competence ( Tod et al., 2007 ). The comprehensive, yet consolidated, nature of systematic reviews helps in the translation of empirical knowledge ( Sutton et al., 2019 ), offering the

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UK Trainee Sport and Exercise Psychologists’ Perspectives on Developing Professional Judgment and Decision-Making Expertise During Training

Michelle Smith, Hayley E. McEwan, David Tod, and Amanda Martindale

.g.,  McEwan & Tod, 2015 ). To understand how trainee sport and exercise psychologists (TSEPs) develop service-delivery competence, researchers (e.g.,  Hutter, Oldenhof-Veldman, Pijpers, & Oudejans, 2016 ; McEwan & Tod, 2015 ; Tod, Marchant, & Andersen, 2007 ) have identified the learning experiences that

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Case Study of a Professional Development Support Group of Sport Psychology Practitioners Working in Major League Baseball Organizations in the United States and Canada

Charlie Maher

preach: Investigating the role of social support in sport psychologists’ well-being . Frontiers in Sport Psychology, 6, 1 – 20 . https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01854 McEwan , H.E. , & Tod , D. ( 2015 ). Learning experiences contributing to service-delivery competence in applied

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Mentoring Philosophy as a Guide to Navigate Challenges From the Lens of Certified Mental Performance Consultant Mentors

Janaina Lima Fogaça and Leilani Madrigal

. Korotov , E. Florent-Treacy , M.K. de Vries , & A. Bernhardt (Eds.), Tricky coaching: Difficult cases in leadership coaching (pp.  25 – 40 ). Palgrave Macmillian . Fogaça , J.L. , Watson , J.W. , & Zizzi , S.J. ( 2020 ). The journey of service delivery competence in applied sport

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Fostering and Sustaining Sport Psychology Professional Quality of Life: The Perspectives of Senior-Level, Experienced Sport Psychology Practitioners

Alessandro Quartiroli, Sharon M. Knight, Edward F. Etzel, and Rebecca A. Zakrajsek

.01854 McEwan , H.E. , & Tod , D. ( 2014 ). Learning experiences contributing to service-delivery competence in applied psychologists: Lessons for sport psychologists . Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 27 ( 1 ), 79 – 93 . doi:10.1080/10413200.2014.952460 10.1080/10413200.2014.952460 Miles , M

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Supporting a National Team During the Overwatch World Cup: Three Confessional Tales

Jonathan Brain, Oliver Wright, Alessandro Quartiroli, and Christopher R.D. Wagstaff

-Mediated Simulations, 10 ( 1 ), 1 – 22 . 10.4018/IJGCMS.2018010101 Fogaca , J.L. , Watson , J.C. , & Zizzi , S.J. ( 2020 ). The journey of service delivery competence in applied sport psychology: The arc of development for new professionals . Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology, 14 ( 2 ), 109 – 126

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An Exploration of Sport Psychology Professional Quality of Life in British Neophyte Practitioners

Daniel R.F. Martin, Alessandro Quartiroli, and Christopher R.D. Wagstaff

: Reflections from experienced sport psychologists . The Sport Psychologist, 29 ( 3 ), 265 – 277 . https://doi.org/10.1123/tsp.2014-0081 10.1123/tsp.2014-0081 McEwan , H.E. , & Tod , D. ( 2014 ). Learning experiences contributing to service-delivery competence in applied psychologists: Lessons for