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Coach as Counselor Part 3 - How to Spot Mental Health Red Flags

By Darren Dillon | Wed, Jan 16

In the previous two posts in this series, we explored ways to clean up your athletes’ mental hygiene and how to use your situational awareness to spot intuitively when someone is struggling. For this third installment, we’re turning our attention to how we can combine subjective observation and objective measurements to monitor players’ mental health and hopefully spot any red flags so we can address an issue like anxiety or depression before it escalates.

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Youth Sports Part 1: Getting Bad Sports Parents to Behave Better

By Phil White | Fri, Oct 26

If you caught even a snippet of Chris Bell’s HBO show Trophy Kids, you likely winced at the scenes of tennis moms and golf dads behaving very badly.

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How To Clean Up Your Athletes’ Mental Hygiene

By Darren Dillon | Tue, Oct 16

As a coach, the physical impact you have on someone can be self-evident in how their physique and performance improve over time. Yet this is only scratching the surface of how you can leave a positive mark on a client's or athlete’s life. I came to realize early in my career that you need to look at each person you’re privileged to work with as a human being, not merely a body that you’re trying to mold and shape. In doing so, you can help them to get beyond defining themselves by their body weight or composition, as many new clients do.

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