Welcome to an Introduction to Sports Psychotherapy.
We are delighted you’ve chosen to learn more about how psychotherapy can be applied in sporting environments, and hope you enjoy your learning experience.
As this is an introduction to Sports Psychotherapy, you will learn the key fundamentals of what Sports Psychotherapy is, whilst considering the role of a Sports Psychotherapist and how you might operate when working with individuals, teams and clubs in professional sport.
We will take you through some of the issues you might face whilst working as a Sports Psychotherapist, along with some of the concerns commonly experienced by players.
This introductory level course has been designed to be easy to navigate, comprising of 6 learning modules which will each feature a series of videos and presentations.
We wanted to make this an informative learning experience, so there are no questions or quizzes to interrupt your enjoyment.
There is no rush to complete your learning. You can access the materials at any time, from any screen connected to the internet, and you’ll have access to the material for 12 months. We feel it’s important to complete each module in order. You can pick it up again at any time, day or night, and continue where you left off.
Help and Support
If at any point throughout your learning you need help, don’t hesitate to get in touch with one of the team here at Sports Psychotherapy Services Academy through the email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re more than happy to help you.
Finally, we know your time is valuable, but we’d love to hear about your learning experience and especially your thoughts about the materials. We’ve included a short feedback form at the end for you to complete, and we would really appreciate your comments – this helps us improve what we do and how we do it!
* Whilst this course will help you develop your understanding of sports psychotherapy/counselling and how it is applied in the field, it will not provide you with psychotherapy or counselling skills, nor does it qualify you to call yourself a Sports Psychotherapist or Sports Counsellor. *
So, for now, settle in and get started learning about Sports Psychotherapy. We hope you enjoy it.