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Student-Athlete and Student Non-Athletes’ Stigma and Attitudes Toward Seeking Online and Face-to-Face Counseling

Matthew D. Bird, Graig M. Chow, Gily Meir, and Jaison Freeman

numerous barriers they face when seeking help. Barriers faced by student-athletes include stigma ( Gulliver, Griffiths, & Christensen, 2012 ), a lack of time ( Lopez & Levy, 2013 ), and a less favorable attitude toward help-seeking when compared to non-athletes ( Watson, 2005 ). Online counseling (OC

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The Ethical Use of Technology for Clinical and Performance Enhancement Services: Prevalence and Perceptions Among Association for Applied Sport Psychology Certified Consultants

Matthew D. Bird and Brandonn S. Harris

Internet-based technology has been described as “online counseling” ( Rochlen, Zack, & Speyer, 2004 ). When practitioners connect with clients in this manner, a wide variety of technologies can be incorporated for service provision. These include, but are not limited to, landline telephones ( Lichtenstein

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Interventions for Promoting Physical Activity Among Individuals With Spinal Cord Injury: A Systematic Review

Levy Silva Rezende, Markus Brendon Lima, and Emanuel Péricles Salvador

level among subjects with SCI. In the scientific literature, different strategies have been used to promote PA, including discussion of the benefits and barriers associated with the adoption of an active lifestyle, reference to PA programs, use of educational materials (printed or online), counseling

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Perfectionism and Attitudes Toward Sport Psychology Support and Mental Health Support in Athletes

Dean R. Watson, Andrew P. Hill, and Daniel J. Madigan

could be successful in reducing stigma and increasing openness include online counseling ( Bird, Chow, Meir, & Freeman, 2018 ) and brief psychoeducation workshops ( Saporito, Ryan, & Teachman, 2011 ). Self-help techniques may also be useful and effective in this regard, particularly in the initial

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Depression, Anxiety, and Help-Seeking Among NCAA Division III Athletes at a Historically Women’s College

Aidan D. Kraus and Erica Tibbetts

. Additionally, at the conclusion of the survey, a message was included for all respondents that contained contact information for the campus health and counseling center, off-campus counseling services, online counseling services, and national mental health support lines. Furthermore, a therapist at the campus