Performers can gain knowledge on energy levels and see some examples. It also gives the performer room to explore their own optimal arousal level.
Attentional control can be broken down into 4 different types of focus. This worksheet explains these 4 focus types, gives some examples for performers, and allows the performer to take some time to practice finding their focus.
Goal setting is important for performers, exercisers and those looking to make lifestyle changes. Learn about the S.M.A.R.T goals and create your own!
Imagery can be beneficial in growing a performer's confidence, lessening fear and decreasing pre-performance anxiety.
Mindfulness is more than meditation and breathing. Find out more about meditation, its benefits and techniques on how to practice.
Being kind to ourselves starts with our internal conversations. Our self-talk worksheet explains how to use self-talk and gives performers space to write their own practice dialogue.
This initiative encourages university students, faculty and staff to participate in daily physical activity through campus-wide instructional and educational events.
AASP is the premier association that ensures every performer has the resources to strengthen their inner edge through the advancement and application of excellence in mental performance and mental health. To do that, AASP cultivates an inclusive ﬁeld of Certiﬁed Mental Performance Consultants® (CMPC), licensed mental health professionals, educators and researchers.
The AASP Blog is a space for athletes, coaches and parents to learn more about mental performance and mental health topics and applications.
APA Division 47 encompasses training in the development and use of psychological skills for optimal performance of athletes, the well-being of athletes, systemic issues associated with sports settings and the developmental and social aspects of sports participation.
The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association has put together a webpage of resources dedicated to athlete mental health and well-being.