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INTERNATIONAL SPORT COACHING JOURNAL

DIGEST VOLUME 5, Issue #2

characteristics, outcomes, and facilitators. Semi structured interviews ( n  = 15) were conducted with athletes, coaches, and sport psychology practitioners and were analyzed using applied thematic analysis. Thriving was perceived to comprise a sustained high-level of performance and dimensions of well-being. In

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Chris G. Harwood and Sam N. Thrower

become an increasingly important client group for sport psychology practitioners and a population whose social, cognitive, and emotional development should be carefully considered when delivering their services ( Visek, Harris, & Blom, 2009 ). There is subsequently additional salience placed on the

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Paul R. Ashbrook, Andrew Gillham and Douglas Barba

-to-one tailored approach, which involves temporarily adding a new contact (e.g., sport psychology practitioner) to a participant’s existing support network ( Eckenrode & Hamilton, 2000 ). Using this approach, Freeman, Rees, and Hardy ( 2009 ) examined how effective it was at increasing social support and athletic

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Craig A. Wrisberg and Johannes Raabe

.1080/1361332052000340999 10.1080/1361332052000340999 Hector , M.A. , Raabe , J. , & Wrisberg , C.A. ( 2018 ). Phenomenological consulting: A viable alternative for sport psychology practitioners . Journal of Sport Psychology in Action, 9 , 111 – 120 . doi:10.1080/21520704.2017.1355862 10

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Sofie Kent, Kieran Kingston and Kyle F. Paradis

, education, and understanding for important stakeholders (e.g., athletes, coaches, parents, sport psychology practitioners, sport administrators) pertaining to the experiences of maladaptive experiences such as burnout continues to be a worthwhile endeavor in modern sport. Specifically, as it pertains to the

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Rosemary A. Arthur, Nichola Callow, Ross Roberts and Freya Glendinning

, coaches who have good relationships and regular contact with athletes could be in an ideal position to help athletes incorporate PS consistently into training. In addition, coaches are far greater in number than sport psychology practitioners and coach delivery of PS training would make PS support

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Shelby Waldron, J.D. DeFreese, Brian Pietrosimone, Johna Register-Mihalik and Nikki Barczak

Baseball, 2017 ). Sport psychology practitioners may also serve a vital role in both prevention and intervention via psychoeducation of key youth sport stakeholders (i.e., coaches, parents, youth athletes, and sport organizations) on the psychological risks of early specialization, common symptoms of

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Kerry R. McGannon, Lara Pomerleau-Fontaine and Jenny McMahon

had implications for well-being. This novel finding allows us to highlight the need for sport psychology practitioners to be aware of the intertwining of athletic identity with relationships for extreme-sport athletes in ways that may compromise, or enhance, well-being. Extreme-sport pursuits shared

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Zachary C. Merz, Joanne E. Perry and Michael J. Ross

sport psychology practitioners (i.e., neuropsychology and clinical psychology), we believe it is a relevant case to present. We aim to provide a detailed description of this treatment program, from referral to ultimate termination, while portraying examples of interventions less familiar to

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Paul A. Davis, Louise Davis, Samuel Wills, Ralph Appleby and Arne Nieuwenhuys

’s performance, some of the participants in the present study suggest that it can facilitate performance through enhanced motivation and a narrowing of focus. Sport psychology practitioners might explore athletes’ perceived utility of sledging behavior and discuss whether the effort of engaging in this strategy