Supporting Your Athletes: Best Practices for Coaches
This webinar will explore the role of the coach in providing support to athletes in everyday training environments, prior to major competitions, and in instances of athletes disclosing distress.
Using real-life case studies as a basis for discussion, Dr. Katherine Tamminen and her team will help you to identify best practices and strategies for improving the wellbeing of athletes and facilitating stronger coach-athlete relationships.
The is a free workshop and participants will receive 1 PD Point on their Locker transcript.
Location: Web access from your own computer.
Date: Wednesday January 22
Time: 7:00pm – 8:00pm EST
PD Points: 1
Registration: Use the ‘Register Now‘ button at the top of the page. REGISTRATION IS LIMITED.
Lead by Dr. Katherine Tamminen
Dr. Tamminen is an Associate Professor at the University of Toronto in the Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education. Her research in sport psychology examines stress, coping, and emotions in sport, as well as interpersonal relationships between athletes and their coaches, teammates, and parents. Follow her on social media @KA_Tamminen.
You must have a computer with speakers or headphones
Tablets and cellphones will NOT work.
For any further question you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-426-7001
Presented by Changing the Game – Changing the Conversation (CTG-CTC)
CTG-CTC is an initiative dedicated to closing the gender gap in sport participation through the recruitment, retention and mentorship of female coaches.
- January 22, 2020
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm