The newly launched sports counseling and coaching service from PsychEdge is offered in a safe environment where clients can express their concerns. These concerns are then addressed positively to help the client explore strategies that may help them cope in the future.

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In addition, PsychEdge helps clients assess how their emotions are affecting them, whether they are overwhelming or preventing them from reaching their full potential. The new sports counseling and coaching service equips clients with the skills they need to help them manage their emotions and take control of their performance.

Anyone can benefit from the new sports counseling and coaching service. Individuals who are goal-orientated but suffer from performance anxiety may benefit from the service as it supports personal and mental growth while overcoming limiting beliefs. PsychEdge helps clients to understand what is subconsciously holding them back and how to overcome it so they can achieve success as an athlete and at home.

Aside from the newly launched service, PsychEdge also offers mindset and mental skills training to help individuals improve their overall wellbeing. There is also a ‘coaching for all aspects of life’ option, which helps clients improve their confidence and resilience for long-term success and increased happiness.

The PsychEdge website is regularly updated with guides to help athletes who are either trying to make National cuts, Junior National cuts, Olympic Trials and the Olympics understand how they are feeling and why they might react in a particular way. For instance, one of the latest guides focuses on overcoming performance anxiety and the ways it can hold athletes back.

It states that one technique taught as part of the new service is growth mindset. This helps athletes to turn a negative experience into something positive. This may include the way they view a mistake. It doesn’t have to be a catastrophic event; it provides a learning opportunity.

A satisfied client said: “Coach Sarah helped me manage my performance anxiety. I never thought I could do it until she told me I could, taught me the skills, made me practice, and supported me through it.”

“My ‘mental game plan’ really works and I know how to adjust it depending on the situation. I’m much more confident in my preparation,” they added.

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