Helping Sports Kids Develop an Emotional IQ

Because hockey can be an emotional game, youth who play hockey need to develop an emotional IQ.

That’s the message from Luc Beausoleil and Jeff Jarvis, co-founder of Ventura Vikings, a program for young athletes interested in playing hockey in college and professionally.

The former professional hockey players give tips about how to help kids control their emotions and let go of games and mistakes.

Listen to Learn More:

*Subscribe to The Sports Psychology Podcast on iTunes
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Helping Perfectionist Young Athletes

Now, you can learn how to help young athletes overcome the difficult cycle of perfectionism, fear of failure and loss of confidence. You can stop guessing about what to do and say to your athlete!

As an active sports mom and parenting author, I’ve asked my brother, a sports psychology expert who had helped his students with these same challenges for over 15 years, to help me develop a program for young athletes.

Our program: “Sports Parents’ Top Dilemma: Helping Young Athletes Kick Perfectionism and Fear of Failure,” will walk you through the problem and arm you with practical solutions you can start implementing today.

You’ll start seeing changes in your young athlete’s confidence almost immediately.

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