The first thing to understand about sports psychology is that it’s not an over night fix. Just like physical training, mental toughness does not come easy. It takes time and practice.  Lots of practice!

As an individual athlete, working with Colleen to build your mental toughness, you will have regular conversations with her either in person or by way of virtual face time (i.e., Skype).  During your conversations with Colleen you will discuss a wide-range of topics including but not limited to:

  • Goals
    • Short and long-term
  • Strengths and weaknesses
  • Training and upcoming races or games
  • Daily life

The tools you will be given to build your mental toughness, will not only be useful to make you a better athlete, these tools will help you in many areas of your life as well.

  • Increased Motivation
  • Improved Focus
  • Greater Self-Awareness
  • When the going gets tough – Maintaining Composure

As a coach or athletic director looking to improve team dynamics and mental toughness in your athletes, you can expect workshops and individual consultations that will give both you and your athlete’s the tools needed to:

  • Increase Accountability
  • Develop Character
  • Cultivate Leadership Skills
  • Manage Conflict
  • Devise Clear, Open and Direct Communication