Athletic Coaching

Ashley Coker-Cranney

Ashley is an adjunct instructor at West Virginia University, teaching undergraduate and graduate coursework on a wide range of topics related to sport, exercise, and performance psychology. She is also a psychotherapist for Whole Brain Solutions, LLC. in Morgantown, WV where she sees clients for a range of clinical and applied psychology services. Dr.

Chelsea Butters Wooding

Chelsea is a Certified Mental Performance Consultant through the Association for Applied Sport Psychology, and an Associate Faculty Assistant Professor at Nation-al University in the BA in Sport Psychology and MA in Performance Psychology programs. She received her PhD in Sport and Exercise Psychology from West Virginia University; her MA in Counseling from West Virginia University; her MS in Kinesiology from California State University, Fullerton; and her BA in Psychology from California State University, Long Beach. Passionate about the applied side of performance psychology, Dr.

Urban Johnson

Urban Johnson, PhD, is a professor in sport and exercise psychology at Halmstad University in Sweden. He is also the appointed research leader for the research group "Sustainable sport and physical activity" at the Centre for Research on Well-being, Health and Sport at Halmstad University and a member of the research board at the Swedish National Centre for Research in Sports in Stockholm. His research interests include psychological aspects of sports injuries; leadership and coaching in sport; and applied sport psychology.

Andreas Ivarsson

Andreas Ivarsson, PhD, is an assistant professor in sport and exercise psychology at Halmstad University in Sweden. He is also currently working as a sport psychology consultant with athletes from different team sports. His research interests include psychological aspects related to sport injuries and sport performance, psychological predictors of drop-out from youth sport, and statistical and methodological aspects within psychological research.

Amy Kim

Dr. Amy Chan Hyung Kim is an Assistant Professor for the Department of Sport Management at Florida State University. Her research inquiry lies in promoting community well-being and health through community sport programs from a social epidemiological perspective. She also has been interested in exploring the evolution of knowledge structure in the field of Sport Management.

Enhancing Performance and Quality of Life Guide

The companion workbook to Enhancing Performance and Quality of Life provides in-depth activities and exercises to develop and practice the relevant skills and concepts that are defined in the textbook. This workbook addresses skills development separately for adults and youth. Adults can review, learn, and practice life skills presented in Part I on their own or with a counselor, at their own pace. Part II is focused on presenting and practicing life skills concepts to youth individually, or in a group setting.  

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Administrative Side of Coaching: Applying Business Concepts to Athletic Program Administration and Coaching, eBook

Creating an efficient and effective athletic program is no small feat. Coaches and athletic program administrators face daily challenges regarding matters such as budgeting, marketing, travel administration, and risk management. This textbook provides an in-depth discussion of these and other specialized topics in coaching administration—making it the perfect fit for undergraduate and graduate courses.

Administrative Side of Coaching: Applying Business Concepts to Athletic Program Administration and Coaching

Creating an efficient and effective athletic program is no small feat. Coaches and athletic program administrators face daily challenges regarding matters such as budgeting, marketing, travel administration, and risk management. This textbook provides an in-depth discussion of these and other specialized topics in coaching administration—making it the perfect fit for undergraduate and graduate courses.

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