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Graig M. Chow, Lindsay M. Garinger, Jaison Freeman, Savanna K. Ward, and Matthew D. Bird

intake interview while Andersen ( 2000 ) suggested asking clients what about sport and competition they enjoy to reinforce aspects of their sport involvement or to better understand their motivation. Nevertheless, Poczwardowski et al. ( 2004 ) argued the field lacks guidelines for best practice at

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Alister McCormick, Carla Meijen, and Samuele Marcora

mastery-avoidance ( M  = 11.3, SD  = 5.57), outcome-approach ( M  = 10.4, SD  = 4.17), and outcome-avoidance subscales ( M  = 10.3, SD  = 5.12) (scores can range from 3 to 21). Participants had little prior experience with PST, particularly using self-talk systematically. During an intake interview, no

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Emma Mosley, Zöe L. Wimshurst, and Emma Kavanagh

supporting and informing our whole team approach to support. The intake interview was guided by the performance interview guide ( Aoyagi et al., 2017 ) and also the practitioner’s interpretivist approach, which lends itself to adopting an open, semi-structured approach to the intake interview. This involved

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Krista Van Slingerland, Natalie Durand-Bush, Poppy DesClouds, and Göran Kenttä

Scale If patient has a suicide plan (i.e., answers “yes” to Item 5) and intends to act on it (Item 6) emergency action should be taken ( Posner et al., 2008 ). The results of the intake questionnaire were added to the client’s electronic file, corroborated with data from the intake interview, and used

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Kristoffer Henriksen, Louise Kamuk Storm, Natalia Stambulova, Nicklas Pyrdol, and Carsten Hvid Larsen

  Shared preference for qualitative intake interviews and observations Settings and ways of delivery Multiple settings (classroom, playing field, training) Mainly classroom Multiple settings (office, playing field, camps, skype, and email) Mainly office sessions, skype and email Regular contact Irregular

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Craig A. Wrisberg and Johannes Raabe

stages of the consulting relationship (e.g., intake interview), the present case study, in line with Hector et al. ( 2018 ), suggests that this approach can also be a productive vehicle for achieving periodic updates on athletes’ experiences. Any time an athlete brings up something “new” during a

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Richard A. Sille, Martin J. Turner, and Martin R. Eubank

an intake interview, I spoke to Tom’s mother over the telephone. In this initial conversation, she gave me some context and outlined the issues she felt Tom was experiencing. Tom’s mother also believed that it would be useful for me to speak to his physiotherapist, to understand the wider context. I

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

interviews and findings arising from them are presented in McNeill and colleagues ( 2017 ). Intervention The intervention was conducted on an individual basis and began approximately one week after the intake interview. To facilitate the process of developing self-regulatory competencies, a workbook was

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Artur Poczwardowski, Mark Aoyagi, Thomas Fritze, and Mark Laird

domains, thus evolving into “performance psychology”; Portenga, Aoyagi, & Cohen, 2017 ), other specific aspects of consulting must be examined for changes, as well (e.g., intake interview; Aoyagi, Poczwardowski, Statler, Shapiro, & Cohen, 2017 ). Indeed, one such aspect that has evolved is the