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The “Four Leg Approach” in Working with Elite Performers (Part I)
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When: Friday, October 18, 2019
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Where: GoToWebinar
United States
Presenter: Christina Heilman, PhD, ATC, CSCS
Contact: Richard Oelberger, PhD, SEP

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The "Four Leg Approach" in Working with Elite Performers:
Applying Sports & Performance Psychology to Clinical Practice (Part 1)

October 18, 2019

10 am - 11 am

Dr. Christina Heilman – Instructor

Our society marvels at peak performances. We are often amazed at athletes’ physical prowess and mental strength when they stretch their limits or how firefighters, surgeons or military personal have the ability to perform under intense pressure. What's often overlooked in these situations is that peak performances are a result of consistent, systematic training of the "whole" person and not some innate quality an elite performer is born with. Each of us has the capability to strengthen our mind, body, heart and soul to live and perform at an extraordinary level. This webinar presents an integrated and holistic approach for optimizing health and human performance by melding ancestral wisdom with modern science that practitioners can use on the field, in the operating room, or during a therapy session.

Learning Objectives:

After attending Part I attendees will be able to:

  • Define Sport and Performance Psychology
  • Identify how ancient wisdom informs modern science and vice versa
  • Introduce and apply a simple map of the four-leg approach to peak performance: physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual
  • Differentiate between techniques such as imagery, breathing, and body movement and demonstrate how to apply these tools to integrate the mind, body and soul and reach optimal states of performance

Registration Fees:

Division I Members: Free

Non-Division I Members: $30


CE Credits: 1 

CPA is co-sponsoring this webinar with CPA's Division I - Clinical & Professional Practice. The California Psychological Association is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. CPA maintains responsibility for this program and its contents.


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