Excellence in Sport Performance

Thrive: Excellence in Sport Performance

Discover Your Own Level of Excellence

Connect to learn how a Certified Consultant in Applied Sport Psychology can help to enhance your performance.

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  • Reducing performance anxiety
  • Improving concentration
  • Setting both short-term and long-term goals
  • Increasing and maintaining motivation
  • Building self-confidence
  • Improving communication
  • Recovering from injury
  • Pre-training and Pre-competition routines

Lessons from champions in the making.

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Train your mind to enhance your game.

Our Programs

Improving individual techniques, team routines and communication skills, or coaching leadership can all be accomplished on and off the field. Thrive provides services and programs rooted in Applied Sport Psychology for all sports based on your unique needs and circumstance.

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We understand the value of self-reflection.

What Makes Thrive Different

At Thrive, the combination of Sport Specific Mental Skills Training and Applied Sport Psychology research form an Individualized Training Path for teams and athletes, created by a Certified Consultant, for each client—athlete or coach.

Thrive works to create personalized mental skills training programs tailored to specific strengths and weaknesses.

We customize our programs to the specifics of sport, age, skill level, and mental performance needs because not every athlete takes the same path.

Thrive’s holistic and science based sport-specific approach provides athletes and coaches the necessary tools required to enhance performances.

Thrive: Excellence in Sport Performance

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Do any of the following sound familiar? Connect to talk more about how working with a Certified Consultant in Applied Sport Psychology can support you in reaching your goals. “I don’t perform as well in games as I do in practices.” “My performance in competitions is worse than in regular games.” “I have difficulty concentrating or frequently lose focus.” “I have difficulty recovering from setbacks.” “I’m coming back from an injury and don’t feel confident.” “I wish my performances were more consistent.” “I have a hard time coping with stress.”