Psychology for Trainers
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Psychology for trainers. [Alison Hardingham] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Alison Hardingham.
Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. This book looks at some of the latest developments in neuroscience and psychology and considers how they can be utilised to give effective, successful training and learning.
This is a specialist book that provides a lot of interesting, impactful information, delivering a range of practical tools and suggesting techniques and ideas to improve how trainers train and how people learn/5(12). The most influential trainers we know read voraciously—an hour a day, minimum.
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This book was written specifically for young athletes interested in improving their performance and reaching their potential in sport. Bring Your "A" Game introduces key strategies for mental training, such as goal setting, pre-performance routines, confidence building, and imagery.
Each of the seventeen chapters focuses on a single mental skill and offers key points and exercises designed to reinforce the Reviews: This is the best book I've read on body transformation.
It gets broken down into 3 parts: mindset, nutrition, fitness. A must read for trainers looking to truly understand the psychology and physiology behind body transformation. Want to read more reviews of this series or buy it.
Check out the links below: For readers in the USA; For readers in the UK. First published inthis is the fourth edition of the book written by the founders of The Coaches Training Institute. Often referred to as ‘the bible of coaching,’ it contains a great range of proven coaching methods, tools, and resources to help aspiring coaches elevate their practice.
As school psychology trainers, without a doubt, we face many challenges every day. Whether we are early, middle or late career professionals, just a few of the challenges we face are the shortage of both school psychology practitioners and trainers, the dearth of mental health supports across the country, and long-standing issues of inequity.
Sport Psychology for Coaches provides information that coaches need to help athletes build mental toughness and achieve excellence--in sport and in life. As a coach, you'll gain a big-picture 4/5(1).
Tara L. Kuther offers some excellent tips for students in this handy psychology book. Learn about some of the many reasons to major in psychology, find great tips for academic success and learn more about some of the careers available to psychology majors. Discover the best Psychology Education & Training in Best Sellers.
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Effectiveness of Learning Mental Skills from Books: • Studies are not yet available in the sport psychology literature concerning the efficacy of psychological skills training books.
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11/18/ by jse. Modes of exercise instruction have to be viewed in light of the motives and knowledge we have of our client and their psyche.
Effective instruction takes into account the individual characteristics of the client, the personality traits and working style of the trainer, contextual factors and the goals that are set. Lambertsen’s book is widely used in the Navy and in other audiences for it’s easy to read and the way he can relate Navy SEAL experiences to everyday real-world situations.
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With over full-color illustrations this book shows readers. “Psychology for the Fighting Man” was a basic leadership book issued in The leadership challenges illuminated for soldiers then is relevant today for F&I leaders: Aligning the individual’s “motives, emotions, aptitudes, attitudes, wisdom, and habits so this mental matériel gets to the right place at the right time”.
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Using Psychology in Management Training has a clear and accessible format with a comprehensive glossary of unfamiliar terms and suggestions for further reading at the end of each chapter. GENRE Health, Mind & Body. Sports Psychology for Equestrian Trainers With permission from individual students, this may include one-on-one coaching with the trainer to discuss specific training issues with their students.
Weekly or bi-monthly group coaching calls for their team. Book a 30 minute chat. The book is not as much about professional psychology as it is about light reading. Just remember that this is a psychology book, and the concept of ‘light’ will be different from other books.
It delves into the life of the author, Augusten Burroughs, who was sent to live with a psychiatrist by his mother. Alternatively, this book may be used in addition to other how-to books for better understanding and insight into what is going on with your child in particular. Not all potty training books are for the adults.
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The role of the trainer is moving further away from the traditional role of content expert and more into facilitating the learning experience for the learners.
Meyer & Meyer Verlag, - Psychology - pages 1 Review The content of this book is highly relevant, not only for professionals in sport and exercise psychology, but also for practitioners such as athletes, coaches, and physical education teachers who are Interested in the areas of sport training and sport and exercise psychology.5/5(1).
This book seeks to make a dog owner see the world through the eyes of their canine in order to resolve behavioral problems easily.
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Cesar is not your traditional trainer; his expertise depends on his rare ability to understand dog psychology. Mary Beth Kenkel, PhD, has been involved with the education and training of professional psychologists for the past 30 years, first at the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) where she started as faculty and then held many senior administrative positions, including chancellor of the Fresno campus, and then, sinceas dean of the College of Psychology and Liberal Arts at.
Irvin D. Yalom has been a practitioner for over 35 years. His valuable experience and understanding of the client-therapist relationship are beautifully portrayed in the book The Gift of Therapy: An Open Letter to a New Generation of Therapists and Their Patients.
The book is a collection of the most insightful case studies and over 80 essential tips for beginner psychotherapists. In clear simple language, Dog Psychology examines, breed by breed, the dog's inheritance of behavior patterns and physical characteristics and abilities. It also shows how to apply your understanding of them to greater enjoyment of your dog as a companion pet, or to training /5(2).
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