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Annamari Maaranen, Judy L. Van Raalte and Britton W. Brewer

Because the findings indicate that coaches seem to be integrally connected to the fluctuating severity of flikikammo, involving coaches into the treatment plan for athletes with flikikammo appears crucial. Sport psychology practitioners may find it useful to share research findings with coaching staff

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Trevor Cote, Amy Baltzell and Robert Diehl

study’s positive results with male athletes suggest that it is possible for sport psychology practitioners to integrate self-compassion skills with male and female athletes to combat competition distress, as Hiraoka et al. ( 2015 ) found that self-compassion was a predictor of coping and resiliency with

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International Sport Coaching Journal

DIGEST VOLUME 6, ISSUE #3

psychology education and more frequent contact with sport psychology practitioners resulted in statistically higher CE. In addition, female coaches reported significantly lower CE than males, and coaches of only female athletes reported significantly lower efficacy in terms of influencing their athletes

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

of future sport psychology practitioners. Recommendations for improving various aspects of supervision have included the use of case notes, role-playing, modeling, video and audio recordings, group supervision, and guided reflection ( Knowles, Gilbourne, Tomlinson, & Anderson, 2007 ; Silva, Metzler

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Kylie McNeill, Natalie Durand-Bush and Pierre-Nicolas Lemyre

-Charbonneau & Durand-Bush, 2018 ; Durand-Bush et al., 2015 ) and demonstrates that sport psychology practitioners should foster a wide range of self-regulatory competencies and strategies in interventions implemented with coaches experiencing burnout. Although the coaches perceived an increase in their self

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Nick Wadsworth

To be effective as an applied sport psychology practitioner, one must be able to regulate oneself as both a person and a practitioner ( Poczwardowski, 2017 ) while delivering effective interventions in an applied setting ( Poczwardowski & Sherman, 2011 ). Reflective practice can enhance

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Urban Johnson and Mark Andersen

forge interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research lines, calling for a coming together of sport sociology and sport psychology. From an applied perspective, Schinke, McGannon, Parham, and Lane ( 2012 ) argued that reflective practice and self-reflexivity of sport psychology practitioners can

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William C. Way, Ashley M. Coker-Cranney and Jack C. Watson II

, student-athletes were asked about their access to general mental health services on campus, access to a sport psychology consultant who could address mental skills for performance, and access to a sport psychology practitioner who could assist student-athletes with mental health concerns. Response options

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Mark W. Bruner, Mark Eys, Jeremie M. Carreau, Colin McLaren and Rachel Van Woezik

the alienation of teammates ( Bloom et al., 2008 ). Multiple attempts have been made to guide coaches, sport psychology practitioners, and researchers with respect to TB approaches in sport (e.g.,  Evans, Eys, Bruner, & Kleinert, 2014 ; Spink, 2015 ), including a special supplement in the Journal of

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J.D. DeFreese and Alan L. Smith

to further unearth developmental burnout knowledge. Though preliminary in nature, results suggest that exhaustion may be the precipitating burnout dimension for at least some athletes over the course of a competitive season. Therefore, coaches and sport psychology practitioners interested in burnout