recorded webinar

Helping Anxious Athletes Learn to Manage Performance Doubts and Fears

Helping Anxious Athletes Learn to Manage Performance Doubts and Fears
Anxiety and Depression
Wednesday, February 14, 2024 1:00 pm
- 1:30 pm ET

Dr. Mitchell Greene, a nationally recognized clinical and sport psychologist, will present his top strategies to help athletes and other competitors manage doubts and fears; what he refers to as "mind chatter." Based on the steps outlined in his new book, Dr. Greene will explain why typical positive thinking strategies to quiet performance fears don't work. Instead, Dr. Greene offers a four-step approach to quieting the mind chatter that has been proven to help athletes, from junior competitors to elite performers.  

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Mitchell Greene, PhD

Mitch Greene

Dr. Mitchell Greene is the owner of Greenepsych Clinical and Sport Psychology, a boutique private practice located in the suburbs of Philadelphia. Dr. Greene is a leading licensed clinical and sport psychologist, whose success over the past 15 plus years is his ability to tailor personalized solutions to his client’s problems. Dr. Greene works primarily with athletes pursuing high performance goals, or coaches and athletic departments looking to educate their student athletes on mental health and performance enhancement strategies.

Dr. Greene speaks nationally and internationally on topics ranging from peak performance strategies to anxiety management skill development for student-athletes. Dr. Greene is the author of a new book, titled Courage over Confidence: Managing Mind Chatter and Winning the Mental Game

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