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The Sport Psychology Program at Massachusetts General Hospital provides services for both school and community youth athletic programs. We offer the following services:
Many other sport psychology programs focus primarily on athletic performance. In the Mass General Sport Psychology, we offer comprehensive services for athletes of all ages as well as teams, families, schools and sports organizations.
Our clinicians provide support for athletes through:
Our program follows a consultation model. After your an initial consultation, we provide support to schools, teams and programs in developing mission statements, interacting with parents and managing crises, while also offering ongoing support. Great value is given to the promotion and development of the overall psychological and physical health of each athlete.
Accepting New Patients
The co-directors of the Sport Psychology Program at Massachusetts General Hospital, Richard D. Ginsburg, PhD, and Stephen Durant, EdD, have co-authored a book with former Olympic rower and fellow sport psychologist Amy Baltzell, EdD.
Whose Game Is It, Anyway? A Guide to Helping Your Child Get the Most from Sports, Organized by Age and Stage
By Richard D. Ginsburg, Stephen Durant, Amy Baltzell
The book includes case studies and analyses outlining a preventive approach for young athletes that includes a three-step program: know yourself, know your child and know the environment.
To contact Sport Psychology Program / PACES Institute please contact one of the directors:
Stephen Durant, EdDPhone: 617-724-6300, ext. 136-1406Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard D. Ginsburg, PhDPhone: 617-724-6300, ext. 136-4416Email: email@example.com
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