|Each person views and experiences the world in their unique style. Appreciating individuality is essential to providing exceptional services in counseling, consulting, psychological assessment, and performance enhancement with clients, athletes, and teams. My fundamental belief is, “how we think affects how we feel and what we do each day”. Sometimes our experiences from the past, and/or present, affect our ability to function at a desired level and we struggle to complete daily tasks. This is the time to work collaboratively with a professional to help improve your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors to achieve peak performance in all areas of life.|
"Brian Monteleone has done a great job with our players at UNC Charlotte. His
understanding of the psychological aspects of competition are clear. The way he works with people
to tailor their plan for improvement based on their personal background and unique strengths is
-Jamie Green, Head Golf Coach, Duke University
-Andrew DiBitetto, Assistant Golf Coach UNC Chapel Hill, former professional golfer, former UNC Charlotte All American
"Dr. Monteleone has spent several softball seasons with our team at the University of North Carolina Charlotte. With his guidance we have been able to decrease performance anxiety, redirect our goal setting process for both individual players and the team. The coaching staff has also benefited from Dr. Monteleone's program by helping us establish better avenues for communication and attaining full player potential."
-Aimee DeVos, UNC Charlotte Head Softball Coach
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Dr. Monteleone is the Sport Psychologist for Per4mance Training , a comprehensive training facility for endurance athletes specializing in working with cyclists and triathletes. For more information about Per4mance Training services, please visit their website.
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Who could benefit from working with a Sport Psychologist?
- Athletes who want to improve performance.
- Athletes experiencing problems with mental focus, motivation, injury, goal-setting, anxiety or poor performance under pressure.
- A coach wanting to improve team dynamics, work on team issues or improve coaching skills.
- Any athlete who has the drive to increase their athletic performance.
- Athletes Encountering:
What is Sport Psychology?
Sport Psychology is the application of psychological principles and techniques to assist athletes, coaches, and teams in developing cognitive and physical skills enhancing athletic performance in competitive situations. Sport psychologists teach athletes performance enhancing skills, mental training techniques, how to overcome psychological and performance difficulties, and assist with personal growth and development. In this way, sport psychologists help athletes increase their ability of achieving peak performances. For athletes experiencing performance difficulties, sport psychology interventions, with assistance from the coach, can help improve athletic performance and resolve difficulties to get the athlete back to peak performance. Sport psychology techniques can be used with individuals or small groups.
What is a Sport Profile?
The Sport Profile is designed to measure attributes and abilities that relate to successful performance as an athlete. The athlete completes several assessments that identify personality traits and psychological characteristics. The results are compiled into a brief report that discusses the results specific to athletic competition and the sport(s) played. Strengths and areas of improvement are identified for the athlete, along with specific suggestions to help improve mental and athletic performance. Dr. Monteleone and the athlete review the results together to answer questions and to collaboratively develop a plan to achieve your athletic performance goals. A Sport Profile can be completed for most adolescent and adult athletes. Athletes out of town will be provided feedback via phone consultation.
Dr. Monteleone completed a year of Sport Psychology training during his Internship with Dr. John Heil, the Sport Psychologist to the US Olympic Women's Fencing Team.
Call (704) 503-3535 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for information about the Sport Profile today!!
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