How to Manage Perfectionism in Volleyball
In this week’s “PeakSports Video,” Dr. Patrick Cohn and Dr. Megan Melchiorre, our newest member to the Peak Performance Sports Mental Coaching team and lead mental game coach, start a new mental game video series for volleyball coaches, players and parents.
They discuss the psychology of volleyball and some of the challenges that volleyball players have.
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Are you (or your volleyball players) highly self-critical of your performance?
In this video, Dr. Cohn and Dr. Megan discuss:
What tips can volleyball players use to manage perfectionism?
COHN: We know one of the qualities of perfectionists is they are super critical of their performance; every play, every touch, they analyze and critique.
COHN: How does that work for volleyball players and what are the challenges with that when they are trying to play a game?
Watch Dr. Cohn and Dr. Megan’s mental coach video to learn more about managing perfectionism in games:
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Dr. Megan Melchiorre is the newest member of the Peak Performance Team as the lead mental game coach specializing in volleyball. She competed collegiality in volleyball and coaches club volleyball teams.