The Mind Body Link For A Ts

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The Mind Body Link For A Ts

  1. 1. Adam Naylor, EdD, AASP-CC
  2. 2. Eating Disorders Substance Abuse Severe Depression Clinical Issues Psychology… yes   Sport Psychology… not necessarily
  3. 3.  Confident  Decent aerobic  Able to focus on the capacity process  Strong upper body  Excited, but not  Broken leg stressed Mind Body
  4. 4.  Modestly optimistic  Decent aerobic  Fear of re-injury capacity  Anxious and scared  Strong upper body about physical play  Fully healed leg Mind Body
  5. 5.  Emotional management when injured  Adherence and motivation during rehab  Confident return to play Consider the R’s ◦ Responses – Rehabilitation – Return to Play
  6. 6. Cultural Stressors Correlates • Coaches, team • Optimisim / Consequences • Injury severity Frustration • Confidence •Isolation • Adherence to Rehab • Chance of Re- • Loss – self, PT, Injury status, standing • Affect • Rate of Healing • Fear of re-injury • Locus • Secondary • Increased Issues • Poor Coping Resources Muscle Tension (social, academic, etc.) • Trait Anxiety
  7. 7. Time Tangible Technique
  8. 8.  Active listening ◦ Don’t just listen… hear  Non-verbal communication  Educate, empower, advocate  Create social resources  Encourage / Include mental skills  Take a team approach  Assess need for counseling services
  9. 9.  Be aware of the physical and emotional consequences of injury  Communication is key  Be prepared to manage the emotions  Take time to get a “second opinion” on the psychology of the 3 R’s of athletic injury
  10. 10. ahnaylor@bu.edu 617-353-0313 www.bu.edu/aec

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