The psychology of performance is widely understood to be as important as the athlete's innate skill or work ethic. Beyond the mechanics of the game, sports psychology taps into deeper foundational issues such as identity, motivations, fears, and accountability. When resolved, an athlete is finally able to put forth full effort and in turn, maximize their potential.
The lessons learned can be seamlessly applied to any other area of performance (school, work, relationships) with equal benefit.
When working with children, family participation will be required.