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Advocating For a Written Sport Psychology Curriculum for Youth and School Sports Teams
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The curriculum has been reviewed and modified by a psychiatrist and psychologists, in addition to the many athletic directors and coaches, who have read this curriculum.

The curriculum has been reviewd by:

Dr. Matthew Jerram, Ph.D. Instructor, Department of Psychiatry and Division of Women's Health, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, MA.
""The skills taught by the GetPsychedSports' curriculum are important life skills reflecting recognized cognitive behavioral psychology concepts that have been demonstrated to be stepping stones to success."

Dr. Grayson Kimball, D.P.E., AAASP-certified sport psychology consultant, Educational Director of GetPsychedSports.org, workshop facilitator, private practice, Boston, MA.
"The Curriculum & Text offered by GetPsychedSports.org introduces the techniques and strategies of sport psychology in a manner that will maximize the quality of the sport experience for high school student athletes as well as provide them with the necessary life skills to excel in any endeavor they choose."

Dr. Lou Kruger,Ph.D., Director of School Psychology Program, Northeastern University, Boston, MA.
"I find the GetPsychedSports.org Curriculum & Text for Players and the Coaching Strategies and Assessments Supplement to be well-designed and based on scientifically supported strategies that meets important needs in youth and school sports in America."

Dr. Pamela L. Enders, Ph.D.
A clinical psychologist with 25 years of experience who maintains a private practice in Cambridge, Massachusetts and is on the faculty of Harvard Medical School. Her recent return to performing (singing) sparked an interest in the psychology of performance which has led her to develop a coaching practice for Performance Excellence in Sports, the Performing Arts, and the Work Site. Pamela utilizes a variety of approaches and techniques in her work including: hypnosis, cognitive-behavioral strategies, visualization and imagery, meditation and anxiety management techniques. She can be reached via email: pamela_enders@hms.harvard.edu or (617) 491-3394.

Dr. Mark Poster, MD
In private practive of psychiatry in West Newton, MA. He is a member of the Psychoanalytic Society of New England, East and on the faculty of Harvard Medical School. He played varsity tennis and squash at the University of Pennsylvania and has coached boys and girls sports teams in Newton. His email address is: mfp@comcast.net -->

Our Mission
To bring positive change to the general school curriculum and sports programming by:
 •  Building a positive school environment
 •  Enhancing emotional health
 •  Reducing violence, addictions and eating disorders including obesity


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