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Ultimate Sports Parent Radio (www.youthsportspsychology .com), which aims to instill confidence and success in child and teen athletes, interviews coaches, parents, authors, professors and others about how to identify and overcome mental game challenges in sports. Hosted by Lisa Cohn. co-founder of the Ultimate Sports Parent and Kids' Sports Psychology.
 
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Rebekah Roulier--director of The Champions Network and a former NCAA Division 1 student athlete who has a degree in counseling--explains how coaches can help sports kids with mental health challenges, especially during the COVID-19 crisis. She also addresses the mental health impacts of systemic racism in youth sports.…
 
Christian Buck, author of The Sport of School and a performance coach who has worked with college teams at Brown, Harvard and Yale, talks about the importance of creating a vision and setting goals in youth sports--and how these ideas can help kids in school. He also provides tips for helping kids stay in engaged in sports during the COVID-19 crisi…
 
Kate T Parker. a professional photographer and New York Times bestselling author of The Heart of a Boy and Strong is the New Pretty talks about girls and body image. How can parents help girls worry less about how they look in sports? She also addresses what she sees as the top challenge for girls in sports: how their parents communicate with them.…
 
Christie Pearce Rampone, a two-time Women's World Cup champion, three-time Olympic gold medalist, and former captain of the US Women’s National Soccer Team teams up with sports neuropsychologist and brain health expert Dr. Kristine Keane to provide tips to sports parents. In this podcast episode, the pair, authors of “Be All In: Raising Kids for Su…
 
Brian Levenson, a mental performance coach and author of "Shift Your Mind,"describes helpful mindsets in youth sports, including "uncomfortablein preparation, comfortable in performance" and "selfish in preparation,selfless in performance." His aim is to help athletes, teams and organizations unlock theirpotential by understanding and embracing the…
 
Adelaide Goodeve began coaching athletes of all ages in a very roundabout way.When she was struggling with chronic fatigue syndrome, she learned how to retrain her brain, and in doing so, became a triathlete.Now Adelaide helps pro and amateur athletes cut minutes off their time by finding performance solutions using mindset strategies & neuro perfo…
 
Amy Bass, author of "One Goal: A Coach, a Team and the Game That Brought aDivided Town Together,” relates how refugees from Somalia brought soccerto the town of Lewiston, Maine and changed it in remarkable ways.The soccer coach listened to the refugee community and showed empathy to makethis transition happen, says Bass, a professor of sport studie…
 
How can parents and coaches help girls bullied in sports?Ultimate Sports Parent Radio interviews Aureen Monteiro, author of the upcoming book "Rise Higher," which aims to empower women to overcome challenges and achieve their dreams. She gives tips for helping girls who are bullied, based in part on experience helping her daughter who plays sports …
 
Ultimate Sports Parent Radio once again interviews Kelly Gray, this time about the benefits of kids embracing a growth mindset in sports. He also provides parents tips about what they should be looking for while kids aren't playing sports during the COVID-19 crisis. Parents should be sure to focus on what kids are passionate about--and not what the…
 
Ultimate Sports Parent Radio interviews Kelly Gray, a former professional soccer player who has many years experience working with youth sports organizations. He’s founder of Kelly Gray Sports and South Bay Football Club. His message: Kids shouldn't view youth sports as a job. They shouldn't be pressured by parents. He gives tips for ensuring young…
 
It’s still possible for kids to stay involved in sports during COVID-19 isolation, says Spencer Gordon, partnership manager for the Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) Portland in this podcast episode.PCA, which aims to create better athletes and people, has launched a “Life as a Team Sport” campaign, which includes many online resources for helping y…
 
Jeff Long, founder of Healthy Kids Running Series and a former Division 1 runner, launches an online version of his program. Kids do races individually in safe places and share videos, statistics and photos online. He tells Ultimate Sports Parent Radio about the benefits of kids continuing to move during the COVID-19 crisis.…
 
Ultimate Sports Parent Radio interviews Brad Donohue, a psychologyprofessor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and expert on sportspsychology and wellness. He describes why athletes should break certain"mental game" guidelines and shares information about a study during whichcoaches and peers said a series of motivational phrases to athletes du…
 
Caroline Maguire, author of "Why Will No One Play with Me?" and aprofessional certified coach who has worked with Olympic and otherathletes, gives tips for helping young athletes read others' cues. Beingbetter able to respond to social cues improves players' experience, helpsthem avoid getting into trouble and allows them to listen to direction, sh…
 
The pressures of modern youth sports are creating stress related mental health issues in young athletes. But there’s a non-traditional way of addressing this stress.That’s what we learned during our interview with Bradley Donohue, a psychology professor at University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), and director of The Optimum Performance Program in Sp…
 
New studies show that 14% of soccer and other players age 6-12 drop out of sports. Until now, the focus has been on older kids--the fact that more than 50% of kids drop out of sports by age 13.In this Ultimate Sports Parent Radio interview with Ben Benjamin Dudley, executive director of Positive Coaching Alliance, Portland, and Mark Lawton, a longt…
 
Mark Lawton, a longtime teacher and coach who has led many teams to championships, says kids and parents with a strong sense of fairness often get upset by perceived issues of fairness. He provides tips for addressing fairness issues and ensuring kids stay confident in youth sports. He also addresses differences between boys and girls.…
 
Ultimate Sports Parent Radio interviews Ted Theocheung, CEO of theSpecialized Foundation, about recent studies that show how exercise boostsbrain function, attention and concentration in kids with ADHD--and everyoneelse. The foundation has partnered with Stanford University to fundresearch to better understand the effects of exercise on brain funct…
 
Girls drop out of sports at a rate that's six times higher than boys, research shows. In this podcast, Lisa Cohn, host of Ultimate Sports Parent Radio, interviews Samantha Salvia, a World Champion Ultimate Frisbee player who leads Positive Coaching Alliance workshops for coaches, athletes, and sports parents in the San Francisco Bay Area, and Benja…
 
Kirk Mango is a former Division I National Champion, 3-Time All-American, 3-Time Hall of Fame Athlete, and was selected in 2009 as #8 on Northern Illinois University's Top 50 Huskies of All-Time list. In high school, however, his coach told him he wouldn't make it. Mango, who says he was a mediocre gymnast at the time, set his sights on become a st…
 
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