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Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
18 hours
Access to content
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Qualification
No formal qualification
CPD
40 CPD hours / points
Additional info
  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) is included in price
  • Tutor is available to students
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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Overview

Understanding The Psychology Of Sport & Using Powerful Techniques To Overcome Blocks & Achieve Your Goals In Sport!

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The course is aimed at those who want to be proficient in Psychotherapy & Hypnotherapy and wish to add Sports Psychology to their existing skills or those that wish to improve their own sports performance.

This powerful diploma course on Sports Psychology is an area of psychology that has become increasingly popular in recent years. A sports psychologist plays a vital role in helping sports enthusiasts – from beginners through to professional level to cope with the many stresses or pressures that goes hand in hand with their competitive lifestyles. A sports psychologist helps their clients to overcome stress, anxiety, self-doubts and improves motivation. This can make a significant improvement in training, mindset and their ability to win.

Sports psychologists do not just work with professional athletes but, they help anyone who loves sport and who wishes to improve their abilities. So, this course helps those who are interested in helping others whether family members, at a sports club, or, assisting the development of professional sports people. Equally, it enables you the opportunity to improve your own sporting ability if you so choose.

This Sports Psychology Bundle consists the following professional career oriented courses:

  1. Sports Psychology Course 01: Sports Psychology
  2. Sports Psychology Course 02: Sports Nutrition
  3. Sports Psychology Course 03: Sports Medicine Fundamentals
  4. Sports Psychology Course 04: Sports Injuries

Package Includes:

  1. Unlimited access to all 4 courses for forever
  2. 4 Digital Certificates, 4 Transcripts and Student ID all included in the price
  3. Absolutely no hidden fees
  4. Directly receive CPD accredited proficiency after course completion
  5. Receive one to one assistance on every weekday from professionals
  6. Immediately receive the PDF certificate after passing
  7. Receive the original copies of your certificate and transcript on the next working day
  8. Easily learn the skills and knowledge from the comfort of your home

Our easy to learn modules include:

  • Introduction to Sports Psychology
  • Mental Toughness
  • Imagery
  • Motivation in sport
  • Goal Setting in Sport
  • Arousal, Stress, and Anxiety
  • Arousal Regulation
  • Concentration
  • Exercise and Psychological Wellbeing
  • Athletic Injuries and Psychology
  • Sports Psychology as a Coach
  • Parents Involvement in Sports Psychology
  • Sports Psychology at Workplace
  • How to Be a Better Competitor

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Certification

Following your completion of the Sports Psychology course materials, you will be able to take an assignment test to assess your knowledge. You will be able to grab the PDF certificates & transcripts for free after passing the test. Original Hard Copy certificates must be bought separately for an extra £8.

CPD

40 CPD hours / points
Accredited by CPD Qualification Standards

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Course Curriculum

**Sports Psychology**

Sports Psychology Module 01 – Introduction to Sports Psychology

  • Sports Psychology: Definitions
  • Sports Psychology: Play
  • Sports Psychology: Game
  • Sports Psychology: Sports
  • Sports Psychology: Exercise
  • Sports Psychology: Psychology
  • Sports Psychology: Sports Psychology: Sport Psychology and Exercise Psychology
  • Sports Psychology: Psychology and Common Sense
  • Sports Psychology: What Does Psychology Consist of?
  • Sports Psychology: Common Sense
  • Sports Psychology: Distinguishing Between Two Specialities
  • Sports Psychology: History of Sport Psychology
  • Sports Psychology: Summary

Sports Psychology Module 02 – Mental Toughness

  • Sports Psychology: A Secret Weapon: Mind
  • Sports Psychology: Definition and Description of Mental Toughness
  • Sports Psychology: Increasing Mental Toughness: A Plan of Attack
  • Sports Psychology: Understand the Current Mental Toughness
  • Sports Psychology: Be Determined
  • Sports Psychology: Prepare for Specific Circumstances
  • Sports Psychology: Evaluate and Measure the Progress
  • Sports Psychology: Influence of Fitness Towards Toughness
  • Sports Psychology: Summary

Sports Psychology Module 03 – Imagery

  • Sports Psychology: What Is Imagery?
  • Sports Psychology: Uses of Imagery
  • Sports Psychology: Imagery in Sport: Where, When, Why, and What
  • Factors Influencing the Effectiveness of Imagery
  • Sports Psychology: Sports Psychology: Imagery Ability
  • Sports Psychology: Athletes’ Skill Level
  • Sports Psychology: Imagery Perspective
  • Sports Psychology: Keys to Effective Imagery
  • Sports Psychology: Vividness
  • Sports Psychology: Controllability
  • Sports Psychology: Development of an Imagery Training Program
  • Sports Psychology: Education Phase
  • Sports Psychology: Acquisition Phase
  • Sports Psychology: Implementation Phase
  • Sports Psychology: When to Use Imagery
  • Sports Psychology: Summary

Sports Psychology Module 04 – Motivation in sport

  • Sports Psychology: What Is Motivation?
  • Sports Psychology: Motivation Myth Debunking
  • Sports Psychology: Myth 1: Athletes Are Either Motivated or Not Motivated
  • Sports Psychology: Myth 2: Coaches Give Athletes Motivation
  • Sports Psychology: Myth 3: Motivation Means Sticks and Carrots
  • Sports Psychology: Types of Motivation
  • Sports Psychology: Internal Motivation
  • Sports Psychology: External Motivation
  • Sports Psychology: Comparison Between Internal and External Motivation
  • Sports Psychology: Key Factors of Motivation Measurement
  • Sports Psychology: Guidelines to Improve Motivation
  • Sports Psychology: Achievement of Motivation and Competitiveness
  • Sports Psychology: Summary

Sports Psychology Module 05 – Goal Setting in Sport

  • Sports Psychology: What Are Goals?
  • Sports Psychology: Reasons for Goal Setting
  • Sports Psychology: Types of Goals
  • Sports Psychology: Outcome Goals
  • Sports Psychology: Performance Goals
  • Sports Psychology: Process Goals
  • Sports Psychology: Benefits of Goal Setting
  • Sports Psychology: The Right Kind of Goals Choice
  • Sports Psychology: Guidelines for Setting Effective Goals
  • Sports Psychology: Making Goals Work: The Goal Implementation Process
  • Sports Psychology: Athletes’ Goal-Setting Skills
  • Sports Psychology: Education Phase
  • Sports Psychology: Acquisition Phase
  • Sports Psychology: Implementation Phase
  • Sports Psychology: Summary

Sports Psychology Module 06 – Arousal, Stress, and Anxiety

  • Sports Psychology: Definition of Arousal and Anxiety
  • Sports Psychology: Arousal
  • Sports Psychology: Anxiety
  • Sports Psychology: Arousal and Anxiety Measurement Factors
  • Sports Psychology: Definition of Stress and the Stress Process
  • Sports Psychology: Implications for Practice
  • Sports Psychology: Sources of Stress and Anxiety
  • Sports Psychology: Situational Sources of Stress
  • Sports Psychology: Personal Sources of Stress
  • Sports Psychology: The Relationship Between Arousal and Anxiety and Their Performance
  • Sports Psychology: Arousal's Influences on Performance
  • Sports Psychology: Arousal and State Anxiety Signs Recognition
  • Sports Psychology: Summary

Sports Psychology Module 07 – Arousal Regulation

  • Sports Psychology: Self-Awareness of Arousal
  • Sports Psychology: Anxiety Reduction Techniques
  • Sports Psychology: Somatic Anxiety Reduction Techniques
  • Sports Psychology: Cognitive Anxiety Reduction Techniques
  • Sports Psychology: Multimodal Anxiety Reduction Packages
  • Sports Psychology: Tips for Coping with Stress
  • Sports Psychology: Arousal-Inducing Techniques
  • Sports Psychology: Summary

Sports Psychology Module 08 – Concentration

  • Sports Psychology: Definition of Concentration
  • Sports Psychology: Attentional Focus: Three Processes
  • Sports Psychology: Attentional Selectivity
  • Sports Psychology: Attentional Capacity
  • Sports Psychology: Attentional Alertness
  • Sports Psychology: Types of Attentional Focus
  • Sports Psychology: Attentional Problems Recognition
  • Sports Psychology: Internal Distractors
  • Sports Psychology: External Distractors
  • Sports Psychology: Self-Talk to Enhance Concentration
  • Sports Psychology: Techniques for Improving Self-Talk
  • Sports Psychology: Concentration Enhancement
  • Sports Psychology: Summary

Sports Psychology Module 09 – Exercise and Psychological Wellbeing

  • Sports Psychology: What Is Wellbeing?
  • Sports Psychology: Anxiety and Depression Reduction with Exercise
  • Sports Psychology: Guidelines for Using Exercise to Enhance Mood
  • Sports Psychology: The Effect of Exercise on Psychological Well-Being
  • Sports Psychology: Summary

Sports Psychology Module 10 – Athletic Injuries and Psychology

  • Sports Psychology: What Is Injury?
  • Sports Psychology: Causes of Injury
  • Sports Psychology: Relationship Between Stress and Injury
  • Sports Psychology: Psychological Reactions to Exercise and Athletic Injuries
  • Sports Psychology: Role of Sport Psychology in Injury
  • Sports Psychology: Rehabilitation
  • Sports Psychology: Injury Risk Factors for Both Athletes and Exercisers
  • Sports Psychology: Summary

Sports Psychology Module 11 – Sports Psychology as a Coach

  • Sports Psychology: Improvement on Athletes' Focus
  • Sports Psychology: Performance of Athletes under Pressure
  • Sports Psychology: Motivation Matters for Athletes
  • Sports Psychology: Athletes Role as a Team
  • Sports Psychology: Summary

Sports Psychology Module 12 – Parents Involvement in Sports Psychology

  • Sports Psychology: Differentiation Between Parents Motivation and Their Kids’
  • Sports Psychology: Encouraging Kids Instead of Pushing Them
  • Sports Psychology: Getting Kids Ready for the Game
  • Sports Psychology: Cheering Kids on the Right Way
  • Sports Psychology: Athletic Burnout Management
  • Sports Psychology: Kids Explanation to Quit
  • Sports Psychology: Summary

Sports Psychology Module 13 – Sports Psychology at Workplace

  • Sports Psychology: Preparing for the Workday
  • Sports Psychology: Definition of Career Success
  • Sports Psychology: Balance of Work and Personal Life
  • Sports Psychology: Concentration on Amidst Distractions
  • Sports Psychology: Taking a Timeout from Stress
  • Sports Psychology: Performance Under Pressure
  • Sports Psychology: Effective Work Routines
  • Sports Psychology: Focus on Tasks rather than Outcomes
  • Sports Psychology: Conflict and Adversity on the Job
  • Sports Psychology: Support Team List
  • Sports Psychology: Summary

Sports Psychology Module 14 – How to Be a Better Competitor

  • Sports Psychology: Self Evaluation
  • Sports Psychology: Identification of Individual Motivational Facts
  • Define Own Goals
  • Set an Action Plan
  • Improve Gradually and Consistently
  • Train the Mind Daily
  • Improve Physical Skills
  • Tweak Own Methods
  • Develop and Maintain Own Fitness
  • Seek Out Pressure
  • Summary

Who is this course for?

This Sports Psychology course is appropriate for

  • The great thing is that there are no prerequisites for this course, just an internet connection, a note pad and pen and an open and willing mind!
  • The course is aimed at those that wish to improve their own sports performance
  • The course is aimed at those who wish to expand their therapeutic skills

Requirements

You do not need any prior qualifications or experience to take this Sports Psychology. You can simply enrol and begin learning right now. Professionals created this Sports Psychology, which is compatible with PCs, Macs, iPads, and smartphones. As long as you have a good enough internet service, you will be able to access the course from anywhere at any time.

Career path

You will be able to pursue several professions because this course includes various courses as a bonus. This Sports Psychology is an excellent opportunity for you to learn multiple skills from the convenience of your own home..

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