Your mental and emotional health have an effect on your ability to perform under pressure, whether you’re an athlete, musician, or business professional. Peak performance coaching can help you relax, focus, and go the extra mile for optimal performance. The experienced team at Thriving Center of Psychology in Midtown and Soho, NYC, Los Angeles, CA, Minneapolis, MN, Portland, OR, Princeton, NJ, and Miami, FL has extensive skills in peak performance training. If you’re ready to deliver your very best performance, call the offices today or schedule a consultation online.
Peak performance is the goal of performance psychology, a subfield of psychology that applies psychological principles to enhance in-the-moment performance skills. You may have heard the term “peak performance” in reference to competitive sports.
Athletics is one area where performance psychology is useful, but this approach is also effective for performing artists, business professionals, surgeons, and many other occupations that require exceptional mental and/or physical processing.
The experts at Thriving Center of Psychology can help you identify your personal challenges, enhance your mental processing, unleash your creativity, and focus your physical energy.
Peak performance coaching helps you develop the following:
As you learn to manage your emotions, engage in positive self-talk, and improve your overall mindset, you also work with your therapist or psychologist to create personalized strategies that allow you to:
Your mental health practitioner draws from a wide range of therapeutic techniques to help you develop these performance-enhancing skills.
The team at Thriving Center of Psychology has extensive training and experience in many types of therapy. Some of the techniques used during peak performance training include:
Neurofeedback training is quite effective in peak performance training. Also called electroencephalograph (EEG) biofeedback, this noninvasive treatment allows you to see your own brainwave activity in real time.
Neurofeedback helps you learn to control your brainwave activity. This allows you to maintain concentration, relaxation, and emotional balance during preparation and performance.
The amount of time you need to spend in peak performance training depends on your individual needs and goals. Some people have a specific goal and choose to complete training when that purpose is achieved. Others prefer ongoing coaching or return for training when new challenges arise.
Peak performance training can enhance your career, fitness, and emotional well-being. To schedule a consultation for peak performance, call Thriving Center of Psychology today or make an appointment online. Appointments may be conducted via online video TeleTherapy.