mental skills For Athletes

Although the idea of being an authentic athlete seems rather simple, in reality it couldn't be more complex.  This is due to the fact that no two athletes are completely alike, so what is genuine to one is not necessarily genuine to another. While this unfortunately prevents us from having a single, straightforward program for everyone to follow, it does gives us the opportunity to create a unique, tailored plan for each individual. Typical components of these plans include, but are not limited to:

  • Energy assessments

  • Addressing energy blocks and influencers

  • Achieving "flow" for peak performance

  • Understanding and mastering your mindset

  • Mental toughness training

  • Overcoming performance anxiety

  • Dealing with the stress of injury

  • Creating life balance

  • Increasing emotional intelligence

  • Retirement and transition out of sports



mental skills For Coaches

While most people understand the importance of peak performance as it pertains to athletes, most do not consider the performance aspect of coaching. Just like any other job, being a successful coach requires one to perform at their highest potential. That is why BTG extends their services to accommodate this particular need. Common topics covered with coaches include:

  • Leadership assessments

  • Strengthening team relationships

  • Achieving "flow" for peak performance

  • Discovering the authentic self

  • Goal setting

  • Life balance and organization

  • Sideline conduct and emotional intelligence



mental skills For Parents

Being the parent to an athlete is a big job. It not only requires endless time, money, and energy, but also constant support and stability. Realizing that parents only want the best for their children makes it easy to understand why they might become overly emotional or frustrated at times. Keeping this in mind, BTG offers the following services to parents and supporters:

  • Leadership assessments

  • Approaches to understanding your athlete

  • Sideline conduct and emotional intelligence

  • Life balance



mental skills For Teams

When time or budget constraints prevent in-depth, 1-on-1 coaching, extended presentations may be arranged for the athletes, coaches, parents, or entire teams.  This allows for basic mental skills principles to be taught in a group setting, which can then be taken back to the team and applied by the individuals themselves.