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Author Keegan, Richard, author

Title Being a sport psychologist / Richard Keegan
Published London New York Palgrave Macmillan, 2016


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 W'PONDS  796.019 Kee/Bas  AVAILABLE
Description xxvi, 275 pages ; 24 cm
Series Macmillan education
Contents Machine generated contents note: -- 1. Introduction and Overview -- 2. Ethical Considerations: Protecting the client, yourself and your profession -- 3. Philosophical Assumptions: The aims, the landscape, and the strategy -- 4. The Intake Process: Establishing a relationship, aims, expectations, and boundaries -- 5. Needs Analysis: Establishing needs, skills, demands and goals -- 6. Case Formulation: Creating a working model -- 7. Choosing a Support Strategy: Case formulations, evidence and professional judgement -- 8. Planning the Support Programme -- 9. Delivery and Monitoring (... and Knowing When You're Finished) -- 10. Quality Assurance Processes: Recording, reflecting and supervision
Summary "In this approachable and accessible guide, Richard Keegan explores and illustrates the key roles that effective sport psychologists perform. With a wealth of practical advice, real-world examples, engaging anecdotes, and an integrated case study, this is the best possible resource for anyone interested in a career in sport psychology"--
Analysis Australian
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Sports psychologists -- Vocational guidance.
Sports -- Psychological aspects.
LC no. 2015032815
ISBN 1137300892