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An occasional publication for the then Sport and Exercise Psychology Section.
Sport and exercise psychologists are becoming increasingly interested in the theory and practice of counselling but many counselling issues remain poorly understood and are frequently overlooked by professionals responsible for the well-being of participants in sport and exercise activities.
The workshop on which the papers in this issue are based brought together a group of experienced sport and exercise psychologists who work in areas either directly related to, or strongly interface with, counselling psychology. The primary objective was to provide theoretical, practical, and ethical guidelines for counselling individuals in sport and exercise contexts.
David Lavallee & Ian Cockerill
Counselling considerations in sport and exercise
Ian Cockerill & Rachel Tribe
The practice of sport psychology: On-going support for an individual and national squad
Meaning not measurement: Existential psychology approaches to counselling in sport contexts
Motivational interviewing and exercise prescription
Counselling in sport and exercise: Case studies
David Lavallee, Ian Cockerill & John Kremer
Counselling in sport and exercise: Reading list
Ailsa Anderson & Peter Clarke