Global Practices and Training in Applied Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology
A Case Study Approach
Global Practices and Training in Applied Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology offers case analysis as a vehicle to address issues and experiences in the application of sport, exercise, and performance psychology (SEPP) and the supervision/training of individuals to become professionals in the field. A follow-up to Becoming a Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology Professional (2014), this book features a discussion of real-world case examples which highlight various aspects of professional practice as well as supervision and training. Professionals from around the world, including the United States and Canada, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia share diverse experiences, providing a uniquely in-depth, global perspective.
The case studies contained in the book were selected to provide insight into specific elements of applied practice and supervision/training through a global lens as well as demonstrate the value of incorporating case analysis and reflection into one’s training and continued professional development. Case analysis is an essential part of learning and instruction. Beyond educating the reader about theories and research on related topics in the field, case analysis allows for more complex levels of learning, including analysis, synthesis, and evaluation of diverse scenarios. In Part I of this book, the cases focus on applied SEPP practice; Part II is comprised of cases that focus on training and supervision.
This book is essential reading for graduate students and neophyte professionals in the field for whom it is critical to learn how to effectively apply knowledge to real-world sport, exercise, and performance psychology scenarios. In addition, the book is a useful resource for seasoned and expert practitioners and supervisors who can use case analysis as a means of continuing their professional development.
Table of Contents
Introduction 1. The Need for Case Analysis and Reflection in Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology Lauren S. Tashman and J. Gualberto Cremades Part I: The Practice of Service Delivery 2. We All Start Somewhere: The Experience of Consulting for the First Time Maximilian H. Pollack and Marissa Norman 3. Mental Transformation of a Professional Tennis Player in Four Months Katerina Kudlackova 4. Helping an Elite Athlete move from 0 to 100 Post-Injury Donald La Guerre 5. The Challenges of Providing Performance Psychology Services in Taiwan: A Case Study Chung-ju Huang Glen, Tsung-min Hung, and Tai-ting Chen 6. The Ethical Intricacies of Injury Rehabilitation within a Dance Training Context Gene M. Moyle 7. Barcelona’s Campaign to Promote Parents’ Sportspersonship in Youth Sports Jaume Cruz, Yago Ramis, and Miquel Torregrosa 8. Developing a Philosophy and Theoretical Framework: Two Cases that Changed My Approach to Consulting Style Richard J. Keegan 9. Using Acceptance Commitment Training in a Team Sport Leading Up To, During, and Following the 2014 Winter Olympic Games Kristoffer Henriksen, Gregory Diment, Jakob Hansen, and Carsten Hvid Larsen 10. Psychological Service Provision to the Elite Football Performance Network: Supporting Coaches, Players, Parents, and Teams Karl Steptoe, Jamie Barker, and Chris Harwood 11. The Use of Biofeedback in the Remission of Pre-Competition Sickness in Athletes: Breathing Your Way to Success Louise Ellis 12. Sport Psychology and the Performance Environment: Reflections on a Season Long Intervention with an Amateur Rugby Club Stuart Pattison and Mike McInerney 13. Mental Training of a Boccia Athlete Participating in the London 2012 Paralympic Games Ricardo de la Vega 14. Helping a Helper Get Healthy: The Case of Eleanor’s Eating and Exercise Behaviors Sam J. Zizzi 15. Modeling: An Effective Method for Enhancing the Teaching of Physical Education by Primary School Generalist Teachers Maura Coulter and Catherine B. Woods 16. Initiating Mental Performance Programming with United States Army Special Forces Operators Brittany Loney 17. Learning to Fly: Ups and Downs Madeleine Hallé 18. Multicultural Performance Psychology: The Acculturation Struggles of a Successful International Amateur Combative Sport Athlete Emerging onto the World Scene Robert J. Schinke, Kerry R. McGannon, Rebecca Busanich, & Odirin Oghene 19. Training the Trainers in Botswana: The LifeMatters Program Tailored to Community Youth Coaches Stephanie J. Hanrahan and Tshepang Tshube 20. The App(lication) of Technology into Sport, Exercise, and Performance Consulting: The Case of Phil Jack Watson, Ashley Coker Cranney, and Meghan Halbrook-Galloway 21. Technology in Practice: A Case Study Robert S. Neff and Erika Carlson 22. The Business of Performance Psychology: A Case Study Erika Carlson and Robert S. Neff 23. The Business of Sport Psychology: Using an Online Web-Based Application at an Elite Soccer Academy Peter Schneider 24. Lessons Learned from the Seasoned Practitioner: A Case Study of an Irish Elite Amateur Golfer Mark J. Campbell and Aidan P. Moran 25. "This Isn’t What It’s Supposed to be Like!" – ‘Shifting Sands’ and ‘Unfinished Business’ in a Dynamic Sport Performance Context Tim Holder Part II: Training, Supervision, and Mentorship in the Applied Setting 26. The Neophyte Supervisor: Navigating the Swampy Lowlands through Collaborative Approaches to Supervision Brendan Cropley and Rich Neil 27. From Mentee to Mentor: Considerations for the Neophyte Supervisor Justine Vosloo, Rebecca Zakrajsek, and Emma Grindley 28. Helping Ron with Burnout and Career Transition Martin R. Eubank and David Tod 29. Lessons Learned from a Seasoned Supervisor in Spain Joaquín Dosil, Santiago Rivera, and Ana Viñolas 30. What are My Responsibilities? A Case Study to Explore Ethical Issues in Supervision of Future Professionals Sarah L. Castillo 31. Supervising the Millennial R.I. Vana Hutter and A.P. (Karin) de Bruin 32. Applying Approaches and Techniques in Supervision Taryn Morgan, Angus Mugford, and Christian Smith 33. Student’s Supervised Practice on Helping an Elite Swedish Golfer: Application of the Halmstad Applied Sport Psychology Supervision Model Natalia Stambulova, Urban Johnson, and Lukas Linnér 34. The Provision of Optimal Performance Training for a United States Swimming Club Team Utilizing Supervision and Peer Mentoring Robyn Braun, Amanda Myhrberg, Melissa Thompson, and Jodi Yambor 35. Looking for Guidance and Support amongst Colleagues: Peer Supervision and Mentoring in ENYSSP Michala Bednáriková, Peter Schneider, and Grzegorz Więcław 36. Multicultural Supervision: Experiences in an International Master’s Program Janaina Fogaça and Sae-Mi Lee 37. Probationary Team Psychologist Hin Yue Li 38. Who’s Supervising the Supervisor? A Case Study of Meta-Supervision Alison Rhodius and Mathew M. Park 39. Mindfully Dynamic Meta-Supervision: The Case of AW and M Mark B. Andersen, Steve T. Barney, and Andrew K. Waterson 40. Incorporating Technology in Supervision: Using Interpersonal Process Recall to Enhance Reflective Practice Lauren S. Tashman and J. Gualberto Cremades 41. Using Technology in Supervision and Training Judy L. Van Raalte, Albert J. Petitpas, Mark B. Andersen, and Julia Rizzo Conclusion 42. Incorporating Case Analysis into Practice and Training in Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology J. Gualberto Cremades and Lauren S. Tashman Appendix Sample Answers to Reflective Questions
J. Gualberto Cremades, Ed.D., Ph.D., CC-AASP, is a Professor in the Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences at Barry University in Miami, Florida.
Lauren S. Tashman, Ph.D., CC-AASP, is an Assistant Professor of Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology in the Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences at Barry University in Miami, Florida.