College athletics is now a growing portion of athletes turning to psychologists who understand the demands of sports.  In this reading from ESPN the story of a James Madison University outfielder is told as his 2006 season was truly remarkable.  His own reasoning for his success: the University’s sport psychologist.  This case study helps to correct the stigma of athletes being considered “weak” for seeing psychologists.  The changing of attitudes for this type of psychology is leading to more and more success of athletes at any level

 

 

http://sports.espn.go.com/ncaa/news/story?id=2543474

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