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Title Sport, psychology and Christianity : welfare, performance and consultancy / edited by Brian Hemmings, Nick J. Watson, and Andrew Parker
Published Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019
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Series Routledge research in sport, culture and society
Contents Identity in sport : reflections on welfare, performance and consultancy practice within a Christian worldview / Nick J. Watson -- The pursuit of excellence and the perils of perfectionism : psychological and theological reflections / Richard D. Winter -- The sport psychologist and club chaplain supporting welfare : reflections on five years of collaboration in English professional cricket / Brian Hemmings and David Chawner -- Christian beliefs and behaviours as health protective, resilience and intervention factors in the context of sport injuries / Diane M. Wiese-Bjornstal -- Role of religion and spirituality in sport injury rehabilitation / Damien Clement, Donald LaGuerre and Monna Arvinen-Barrow -- Beyond pastoral care : biblical applications for consulting and performance / Michael J. Mosley -- Mind, body and soul : a foundational model of performance / Mark Cheney -- Sin, shame and adverse performance in Christian sportspersons / Anthony Maranise -- Catholic perspectives on sport psychology for performance and welfare / Mark Nesti -- Integrating Christian faith into sport psychology consulting : a faith developmental theory perspective / Trevor J. Egli and Steven Waller -- Working with religious and spiritual athletes : ethical considerations for sport psychologists / Mustafa Sarkar, Denise Hill and Andrew Parker -- Sport, psychology and Christianity : the importance of reflective practice / Emma Huntley and Nichola Kentzer
Summary The majority of sport psychology research to date has been underpinned and driven by a secular perspective. There is an urgent need for sport psychologists to better understand the relevance of Christian faith in athletes' sporting experiences and day-to-day lives in order to improve their performance and well-being. Sport, Psychology and Christianity is the first book to consider the relationship between sport psychology provision and Christianity from a welfare and performance perspective. Bringing together contributions from leading scholars in the field, the book includes chapters on: The role of faith in sport injury rehabilitation Christian belief and resilience during injury The pitfalls of perfectionism in sport Collaboration between sport psychologist and club chaplain Ethical considerations when working with spiritual athletes Reflective practice in sport psychology consultancy Offering a holistic approach to improving athlete welfare and performance where faith and spirituality are core tenets of well-being, this volume is a critical and timely resource for students, researchers and practitioners working in sport psychology; sport and spirituality; or religion, sports chaplaincy and allied roles and professions
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Brian Hemmings works in private practice andhas 25 years of experience in sport psychology consultancy across many sports. He is also a bereavement counsellor and trained Lay Minister in the Anglican Church. Nick J. Watson is Chief Operating Officer at the Archbishop of York Youth Trust, UK. Formerly, he was Associate Professor Sport and Social Justice in the School of Sport, York St. John University, UK. Andrew Parker is Professor of Sport and Christian Outreach in the School of Sport and Exercise at the University of Gloucestershire, UK
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Subject Athletes -- Mental health
Athletes -- Psychology.
Athletes -- Religious life.
Sports -- Psychological aspects.
Sports -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Athletes -- Mental health.
Athletes -- Psychology.
Athletes -- Religious life.
GAMES -- Gambling -- Sports.
RELIGION -- Christianity -- General.
SPORTS & RECREATION -- Business Aspects.
SPORTS & RECREATION -- Essays.
SPORTS & RECREATION -- General.
SPORTS & RECREATION -- History.
SPORTS & RECREATION -- Reference.
Sports -- Psychological aspects.
Sports -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
TRAVEL -- Special Interest -- Sports.
Form Electronic book
Author Hemming, Brian, editor.
Parker, Andrew, 1965- editor.
Watson, Nick J., editor.
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