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Coping with COVID: Year 2 (Part 3)

By John Gassaway, PsyD | Jan 31, 2021

Learning from ourselves and our ability to be resilient will help us to move through significant difficulties.

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Coping with COVID: Year 2 (Part 2)

By John Gassaway, PsyD | Jan 31, 2021

Coping with COVID in the second year leaves us to question “What will ‘normal’ look like once we have a system in place that protects us from this pandemic?” The adverse impacts of COVID on our social lives, economy, entertainment, and perception of trust in the system meant to protect us will, in my opinion, never…

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Coping with COVID: Year 2 (Part 1)

By John Gassaway, PsyD | Jan 31, 2021

Dealing with the stress of COVID we can learn from the past year.

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Coping with COVID

By John Gassaway, PsyD | Sep 16, 2020

We are all dealing with the difficulties that the pandemic has presented , there may be some easier ways to cope.

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Olympic Preparation Series: Trust Yourself

By John Gassaway, PsyD | May 6, 2020

Trust what has allowed you to succeed in training, competition, and life. Relying on yourself and remaining true to yourself will result in consistency in performance.

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Olympic Preparation Series: Athletes’ Routines

By John Gassaway, PsyD | Apr 2, 2020

Athletes who can sustain a routine even at the top of all competition will remain consistent, confident, and prepared.

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Olympic Preparation Series: Coaches’ Corner

By John Gassaway, PsyD | Mar 4, 2020

Athlete’s can read the attitude and approach of their coaches. Coaches can stick to their success and remain true to their methods even on the biggest stage.

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Automatic Mental Skills

By John Gassaway, PsyD | Feb 20, 2020

Practicing mental skills consistently will make them more effective and automatic.

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The Slow Learner’s Advantage

By John Gassaway, PsyD | Jan 8, 2020

Slow learners can solidify foundations and breakthrough plateaus as a result of their dedicated efforts.

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