• themes

    Mental training works in five areas

    – competition preparation
    – aims
    – Self-regulation (emotions / feelings, energy / breathing, drive /motivation, cognition / thoughts)
    – Skill training (e.g. learning a new movement, perfecting a movement that has already been learned or topics such as concentration, perception,
    – conflicts, quick action
    – Social system (e.g. team building)
  • individual coaching
    The athlete comes with a goal, problem or question that is addressed in a single session.
  • process support
    After an initial interview (getting to know each other, gathering information, explaining goals), the Sport Mental Coach creates a process plan with intermediate goals for a longer period (e.g. one season). This form includes several coaching / side talks (according to the duration of the process plan). However, the basic principle remains that the athlete works on himself and the mental coach „only“ provides the tools. After completing the process planning, the athlete receives a detailed development report.
  • team building
    Basically, I work with individual athletes (individual sports or team sports). But it is also possible that I take over settings in an entire team (e.g. team building exercises).
  • presentations
    If an entire team, a staff or a club wants a lecture on a certain topic (e.g. introduction to mental training, attention / concentration / focus, self-confidence, perception, mental preparation for a competition, team building), I am also happy to receive an inquiry. The topic, scope and costs are discussed individually beforehand.
  • accident
    A physical injury is not a reason to interrupt mental training. On the contrary: you can use the time super to make your mental skills (even) stronger. Mental training also offers an opportunity to return to competitive sports faster and better after injury blocks.