Breaking Self-Imposed Stories To Create Freedom as a Practitioner with Stu Singer
Stu Singer is a highly experienced sport psychologist (PsyD, ABD), performance consultant and founder of WellPerformance, who has worked with teams in the NBA, WNBA, NCAA, Major League Soccer, & the National Women's Soccer League
He's passionate about helping people sharpen their high-performance skills in a healthy, sustainable way.
What You'll Learn:
In this episode, we discuss Stu’s own challenges that he has faced as a practitioner in performance sports, and how he sees the issues affecting practitioners in elite sports through the lens of a psychologist.
- Getting it “wrong” as a practitioner, overworking and how that impacted his life
- How he now stays anchored to his values
- The importance of walking the walk with regards to values and practices to maintain optimal self
- The challenge of breaking self-imposed stories and the freedom that creates
- Best practices for practitioners to think about for a sustainable career
- His perspective as a trained sport psych on what he sees that needs to change within sport
- Men Behind Sport: www.menbehindsport.com
- Practitioner Needs Analysis Coaching Program - 1-1 & Group options: Read Full Details
- Wherever You Go, There You Are: Mindfulness meditation for everyday life by Jon Kabat-Zin
- Clarifying High Performance and the Role, Responsibilities, and Requisite Attributes of the High-Performance Director in American Professional Sport: Paper Here