Winning the Mind Game

Using hypnosis in sport psychology

By: Tim Rowan , John H Edgette


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Size234mm x 156mm
PublishedJanuary 2003

Hypnosis is an invaluable tool to quickly and effectively influence the subconscious mind and promote lasting change. This book contains a wide range of advanced hypnotic interventions that allow therapeutic techniques to be adopted and used with athletes. This practical book also contains scripts and case studies.

Topics include:

  • Transcripts of successful clinical sports hypnosis interventions
  • A step-by-step guide
  • Theoretical considerations
  • Working with teams
  • Tips on marketing your sports psychology practice.

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Tim Rowan

Tim Rowan, MSW, maintains a clinical practice and holds the position of Division Chair of Behavioural and Social Sciences and Professor of Human Services at Allegany College of Maryland. In addition to his therapeutic and academic work, Tim has been a soccer coach and a softball coach and has been selected Soccer Coach of the Year seven times.

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John H Edgette

John H. Edgette, PsyD, is a clinical psychologist in private practice in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. He is a Co-Director of the Milton H. Erickson Institute of Philadelphia and is co-author of the bestselling The Handbook of Hypnotic Phenomena in Psychotherapy. John also travels internationally giving highly acclaimed seminars on sport psychology to both therapists and athletes.


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