Mind Management is all about helping you reach the best of your sporting abilities to help yourself, and your team. Read about the physical and psychological aspects of successful sportsmanship to excel, all while staying mentally healthy and motivated to do the best. Click for more information!About
What do you do when you have an athlete who has the skills, does well in practice, but just does not bring his/her game to the competition? You are absolutely convinced that the player or team can win, but they just are not bringing home the results. You see the team falling apart, not playing as well as they did in practice. They do not listen....Read More!
Perfect your mental and professional strength on the court through Wendy Cohn's exclusive electronic workbooks, available only here at Mind Management. These Mental Training Workbooks, including "The Athlete's Advantage," cover issues that athletes on a daily basis, and discuss how to deal with them. Check them out now!eBooks
The Mental Game of Tennis: To succeed in any sport, an athletes mental strength must be equivalent to, if not greater than, the physical talent he or she possess. Researchers within the sports psychology field now know the top athletes succeed so often because their minds and bodies work in unison. In a one-on-one sport like tennis, the mental aspect....Read More
Lance Armstrong confessed his use of various enhancement performance drugs in an interview with Oprah. His reasons and motive for admitting this in a syndicating popular television program, rather than WADA, is questionable, but this is not point in this article. "I will let others judge and dispute his judgement calls....Read More!
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After graduating from the U. of Copenhagen in 1982, I worked with children and handicapped young adults and earned my clinical certification. In 2001, I founded Mind Management, because I was fascinated with the area of sports psychology where I saw personal, as well as professional opportunities. I worked in Copenhagen....Read More Contact Us
What do you do when you have an athlete who has the skills, does well in practice, but just does not bring his/her game to the competition? You are absolutely convinced that the player or team can win, but they just are not bringing home the results. You see the team falling apart, not playing as well as they did in practice. They do not listen to your coaching from the sidelines...Read More Players