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Imagery “Seeing Success Unfold” By: Katie Gallagher, ATC Why Athletic Trainers Need to Understand Psychological Skills? We build strong relationships with our athletes We serve as a friend & mentor Athletes seek help in time of adversity & stress with injuries and non- injuries

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why athletic trainers need to understand psychological skills
Why Athletic Trainers Need to Understand Psychological Skills?
  • We build strong relationships with our athletes
  • We serve as a friend & mentor
  • Athletes seek help in time of adversity & stress with injuries and non- injuries
  • The athletes are likely to listen to you…most of the time
imagery seeing is believing

Imagery – “Seeing is Believing”

Imagery – “Seeing is Believing”
  • Can be defined as:
  • -A visualization tool of success
  • “Mind tuning”
  • First person positive perspective
  • Rehearsal of successful performance
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“If you think you can, you can…If you think you can’t, you’re right.” -Unknown

“If you think you can, you can…

If you think you can’t, you’re right.”

-Unknown

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different types of imagery psychological bases of sport injuries edited by pargman

Different Types of Imagery

{ Psychological Bases of Sport Injuries edited by Pargman}

Different Types of Imagery{ Psychological Bases of Sport Injuries edited by Pargman}
  • Healing Imagery
  • 2. Recovery Imagery
  • 3. Treatment Imagery
  • 4. Pain Management Imagery
  • 5. Performance Imagery
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1. Healing Imagery

  • visualizing and feeling the healing taking place to the injured area internally.

1. Healing Imageryvisualizing and feeling the healing taking place to the injured area internally.2. Recovery Imageryvisualizing full recovery of strength and mobility, effectively moving throughout the specific motions and situation that put most demand on the injured area.

  • 2. Recovery Imagery
  • visualizing full recovery of strength and mobility, effectively moving throughout the specific motions and situation that put most demand on the injured area.
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3. Treatment Imagery

  • being fully engaged mentally during a “rehabilitation” session, imagining what the treatment is designed to do, working efficiently and powerfully.

3. Treatment Imagery being fully engaged mentally during a “rehabilitation” session, imagining what the treatment is designed to do, working efficiently and powerfully.4. Pain Management Imageryimagining the pain being washed away or seeing cool colors soothing and reducing any inflammation and pain.

  • 4. Pain Management Imagery
  • imagining the pain being washed away or seeing cool colors soothing and reducing any inflammation and pain.
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5. Performance Imagery re-experiencing or imagining individual skills and calling up feelings associated with one’s best performances. Visualizing returning to competition and performing at one’s best again.

  • 5. Performance Imagery
  • re-experiencing or imagining individual skills and calling up feelings associated with one’s best performances. Visualizing returning to competition and performing at one’s best again.
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Imagery is a great tool for athletes to rehearse their performance before execution.

  • Injured athletes can keep their minds tuned up by rehearsing their performance daily when they are unable to practice or compete.

Imagery is a great tool for athletes to rehearse their performance before execution. Injured athletes can keep their minds tuned up by rehearsing their performance daily when they are unable to practice or compete.

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Imagery should be practiced in a quiet room with no distractions; it should be vivid, life-like, and done in real time.
  • REMEMBER TO ALWAYS USE IMAGERY IN FIRST PERSON POSITIVE ASPECT!

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a combination of all the mental skills contribute to imagery

**A combination of all the mental skills contribute to imagery.

A combination of all the mental skills contribute to imagery.
  • Coping
  • Goal Setting
  • Imagery
  • Focal Points
  • Positive Self-Talk
  • Relaxation
  • Confidence
as an athletic trainer

**As an athletic trainer our job is to train our athletes to use imagery whether they are healthy or injured in order to tune their minds towards success.

**As an athletic trainer

***We have to keep in mind to always work to motivate the athlete’s positive, enthusiastic, and confident mindset.

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References

  • Cohn, P.J. Mental Skills for Athletic Trainers -Sharpen Your Mental Game - Tips for Success. Peak Performance Sports. 2003. Availible at www.peaksports.com/allsports/sports_success_mentalskills.php3 .
  • Horn, T. S. editor. Advances In Sport Psychology, 2nd edition. Human Kinetics. 2002.
  • Pargman, D. editor. Psychological Bases of Sport Injuries, 2nd edition. Fitness Information Technology. 1999.