Frequently asked questions

What is mental performance, performance psychology, and much more.

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Performance psychology is similar to physical conditioning in a way that it focuses on the trainable mental skills that improve overall performance. Skills, such as confidence, concentration, and stress-management help you to not only reach your peak performance on a consistent basis, but also help you become resilient when facing hardships along your path towards fulfillment and excellence. Performance psychology provides methods that are proven by current research across various performance domains (sport, high-risk, business organizations).
Unlike traditional mental health, mental performance consulting engages the preventative side through teaching performance enhancing skills that assist the individual, team, or organization in going from good to great and effectively facing adversity with a non-clinical approach. The focus of mental performance consulting is not on the diagnosis and treatment of clinical issues. Terms such as improvement, control, action, results, fulfilling one’s potential, and excellence are commonly used by mental performance consultants as they strive to provide methods of armoring, equipping, and empowering the client to perform at their best when it matters most.
Peak performance happens when the body is fully aligned with the mind and the mind does not lie in the way. In fact, the alignment pushes the body just right so the body can do what it has learned. However, this does not often happen especially in highly stressful situations (that matter the most). In such cases, one’s performance becomes sidetracked by mental processes such as excessive thinking, stressing out, getting easily distracted, etc. The tools we teach and programs we have developed directly address such disconnections and help set the mind in alignment with the body for specific tasks.

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Even though, it is undoubtedly never too late to work with a professional, the most effective mental training happens at a time when a client or an organization has space for learning mental skills, testing them, adjusting, and building a solid set of tools that help not only to improve consistency, but also set the clients up for remaining mentally flexible through the highs and lows of performance.

We encourage you to set up a free initial consultation with us to see if it would be the right time to take the next step. 

Managing anxiety and fear are not the only areas you or the team can work on. Improving concentration, strategizing mental/physical recovery, increasing motivation, or maintaining resilience are some of the other examples of critical performance enhancing skills our clients learn, develop, and implement.

If you have an idea of what you need to improve but are not sure what mental skill would address it, do not hesitate to reach out to us. We will gladly discuss your questions and concerns further.

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