Archive | December, 2014

Tennis Tips, Tennis Lessons: How To Master Mind-Body Tennis

Lisa Dodson, an outstanding athlete, superb tennis pro and the developer of the total serve program and I have joined forces and formed an alliance to teach top players how to master the mental and physical aspects of tennis. The format of our services will be explained in future blog posts. In the interim, I […]

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Sports Psychology For Baseball Players: How To Break A Hitting Slump And Pitching Slump In 90 Minutes

Over the years, I have counseled many baseball players. These have included major league players, college players, Division I baseball players and youngsters. I have also counseled many softball players. The issues they come to see me about most often are: hitting slumps, pitching slumps, conflicts with teammates or coaches, conflicts with parents or spouses, […]

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Sports Psychology For Wrestlers: Four Tips For Success On The Mat

Over the years, I have counseled many wrestlers. Here are a few tips to help them to perform their best. 1. Know your brand and your style. And never let what you can’t do stop you from doing what you can do. 2. Know what you need to do to manage the down time between […]

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How To Improve Your Foul Shooting And Your Outside Shooting: Sports Psychology And Basketball

Once you master the mechanics of shooting a basketball, good shooting is largely about being confident, focused, relaxed, optimistic and staying in the moment. Great shooters know how to tune out distractions and they never forget that the most important shot is the next shot. To improve you shooting and your foul shooting, you should […]

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What Caused Positive Drug Tests In MLB?

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Sports Psychology And Basketball: What Are The Most Common Problems?

Over the years, I have counseled many basketball players: NBA players, WNBA players, AAU Players, Division I Players, Junior High Players and players who play on travel teams. The most common issues that they bring to my attention include the following: loss of confidence in shooting, struggling with foul shooting, being intimidated by other players,fear […]

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Sports Psychology And Fencing: How To Use The New Technology To Win More Tournaments

Over the years, I have counseled some of the top fencers in the country and in the world. Frequently, fencers, especially young fencers, need help in managing down time between matches and in getting into the zone prior to competing. Many of the fencer I work with find it useful to listen to one of […]

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Sports Psychology And Baseball: What Are The Most Common Problems We See?

Over the years, many baseball players have come to see me. They have included major league players, little league players, travel team players and Division I players. Some have played in summer leagues like the Cape Cod league. The most common problems include: hitting slumps, pitching slumps, the yips, managing travel, managing conflicts with coaches […]

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Single Session Psychotherapy: Dr. Jay Granat Develops A New Model For Efficient Counseling

What’s Your Problem? As a result of changing health care laws, rising insurance payments, bigger copayment, higher deductibles and a population with demanding time schedules, an increasing number of Americans in need of counseling or psychotherapy are seeking out short term and efficient forms of mental health treatment. Ongoing psychoanalysis where a person sees his […]

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