Boosting Self-Confidence in Sports
In “Sessions with Doc,” Dr. Patrick Cohn answers your sports psychology and mental training questions about having stable confidence in sports.
Here’s the question Dr. Cohn answers this week about how to boost self-confidence in sports.
STACEY ASKS: “How can I get my son to have confidence and mental toughness? Some days he has confidence when he’s performing well, but other days he doesn’t have confidence in his game. Why does it come and go for him?”
Watch the video below to hear what Dr. Cohn has to say to Stacey about how to boost self-confidence in sports.
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