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Synopsis : Sport Psychiatry Maximizing Performance An Issue of Psychiatric Clinics of North America E Book written by Silvana Riggio, published by Elsevier Health Sciences which was released on 2021-08-11. Download Sport Psychiatry Maximizing Performance An Issue of Psychiatric Clinics of North America E Book Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. In 2016, the International Review of Psychiatry published a special issue focused on the field with a broad range of topics including its history, how a Sport Psychiatrist works with teams, psychiatric medications, and psychotherapy ... -- In this issue of Psychiatric Clinics, Guest Editors Silvana Riggio and Andy Jagoda bring their considerable expertise to the topic of Sport Psychiatry: Maximizing Performance. Top experts in the field cover key topics such as defining the role of the sport psychiatrist, achieving peak performance, the pathophysiology of brain injury and behavior, and more. Provides in-depth, clinical reviews on maximizing performance from a Sports Psychiatry perspective, providing actionable insights for clinical practice. Presents the latest information on this timely, focused topic under the leadership of experienced editors in the field; Authors synthesize and distill the latest research and practice guidelines to create these timely topic-based reviews. Contains 13 relevant, practice-oriented topics including motivation and burnout in sports; nutrition, eating disorders, and behavior; sleep disturbances; selection and interview criteria for drafting players; and more.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-08-11 - Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
In this issue of Psychiatric Clinics, Guest Editors Silvana Riggio and Andy Jagoda bring their considerable expertise to the topic of Sport Psychiatry: Maximizing Performance. Top experts in the field cover key topics such as defining the role of the sport psychiatrist, achieving peak performance, the pathophysiology of brain injury and behavior, and more. Provides in-depth, clinical reviews on maximizing performance from a Sports Psychiatry perspective, providing actionable insights for clinical practice. Presents the latest information on this timely, focused topic under the leadership of experienced editors in the field; Authors synthesize and distill the latest research and practice guidelines to create these timely topic-based reviews. Contains 13 relevant, practice-oriented topics including motivation and burnout in sports; nutrition, eating disorders, and behavior; sleep disturbances; selection and interview criteria for drafting players; and more.
Authors: Amit D. Mistry, Thomas McCabe, Alan Currie
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-07-31 - Publisher: Cambridge University Press
There is increasing recognition of the mental health needs of elite athletes and sports professionals. The first of its kind, this important new book draws on lived experience from professional athletes bringing together the latest evidence-based research on severe mental illness recognition and management within elite sport. Each chapter focuses on a different sport with a case-study example to guide you through diagnosis and developing a biopsychosocial management plan, followed by self-assessment tools at the end of each case to help consolidate your learning. Each chapter has been co-authored by a mix of psychiatrists, sports medicine specialists and allied health care professionals to bring a diverse range of professional opinions and insights relating to optimising athlete mental health. Each chapter also features the unique perspective of a professional athlete from that sport, to gain insight from lived experience.
Authors: Bruce Owen, Consultant Psychiatrist Alan Currie, Consultant Psychiatrist and Director of Medical Education Bruce Owen
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-03-17 - Publisher: Oxford University Press
Psychiatric conditions of all kinds can present in sporting populations due to the high intensity physical effort, competition and anxiety associated with competitive sports. Mental illness is not just a health concern but is likely to have a significant impact on sporting performance and achievement. Part of the Oxford Psychiatry Library series, this concise and practical pocketbook covers the breadth of psychiatric conditions that can present in sportsmen and sportswomen. It provides practical and up-to-date guidance which is invaluable for all health professionals working within sporting communities. There are a variety of topics covered from 'Eating disorders' to 'Psychotropic drug prescribing' and it is based on the latest research to help health professionals working within sport better assess mental health problems and support those in need.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-04-16 - Publisher: American Psychiatric Pub
Although psychiatrists and other mental health clinicians interested in sports practice already have the necessary general skills to help competitive athletes deal with adversity and the multitude of emotions that sports can elicit, most typically they lack the sports-specific knowledge necessary to truly help these patients and clients. In Sports Psychiatry: Strategies for Life Balance and Peak Performance, the long-time team psychiatrist for the Baltimore Orioles and the Baltimore Ravens intends to remedy this knowledge gap by sharing his unique perspective and rare expertise in cultivating athletes' peak performance while promoting team unity, sound judgement, personal growth, pride, and a lasting sense of accomplishment. The book: Explains sports culture and team structure and function, vividly describing the environment in which elite competition takes place Focuses on the shifting nature and intensity of athletes' emotions -- the highs that come with success and the lows that accompany poor performance -- and describes the situations that magnify them, including injury and pain, media scrutiny, the availability of performance-enhancing drugs, and the fear of both failure and success Addresses critical topics, such as regulating energy, recognizing and controlling stress, preparing mentally for performance, and treating mental disorders common to athletes Draws on the author's length of experience and clinical observations, the evidence base of sports psychiatry, and fascinating stories of athletes at all levels to inform, teach, encourage, and inspire. Although written for mental health professionals, the book will also be of great interest to primary care and sports medicine physicians, athletic trainers, team owners and managers -- and of course -- the athletes themselves. Engaging and insightful, Sports Psychiatry is the go-to book for those in need of practical strategies for supporting and attaining peak performance.
Authors: Gavin Breslin, John Kremer, Aidan Moran, Cathy Craig, Stephen Shannon
Categories: Sports & Recreation
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-10-13 - Publisher: SAGE
Sports Psychology is a popular area that has grown dramatically over the past few decades due to an increasing emphasis on the importance of psychology for athletic performance, engagement in exercise and in the business and industry of sport. This text is a concise, focussed overview of all the core concepts in sports psychology at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. Using key studies and evidence, this book explains and develops key topics, and acts as a springboard for further reading and debate. This is a stimulating and practical resource for sport and exercise students, sport coaches, and athletes alike, covering new developments within the field including: Social Identity Theory, Mental Health Awareness in Sport, Resilience and Mindfulness. With additional pedagogy including further reading, figures and diagrams to help visualise key theories, and case studies, Understanding Sport Psychology is essential reading for any student of sport psychology.
Authors: David A. Baron, Claudia L. Reardon, Steven H. Baron
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-04-12 - Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
This book has it all - written by national and international experts and edited by world authorities, it is the first book on sport psychiatry in over a decade. Dealing with psychopathology, mental health problems and clinical management, it differs markedly from sports psychology books that focus on performance issues. Eating disorders, exercise addiction, drug abuse are all problems that are seen in 'everyday' athletes, not just elite performers. This book shows how to help. This text covers the most important topics in contemporary sports psychiatry/psychology from an international perspective. Chapter authors are experts in the field and global leaders in the related professional organizations, including current and past Presidents/Chairs of the International Society for Sports Psychiatry and of the World Psychiatric Association Section on Exercise and Sports Psychiatry. Authors are mainly psychiatrists: the rest are PhD sport psychologists. The book comprises representative chapter authors from around the world, to an extent unprecedented in this topic. The authors and editors are well-informed in global perspectives, e.g., having served as consultants to numerous Olympic teams, in addition to service on the International Society for Sports Psychiatry's Board of Directors. Specifically, this book covers four main categories of topics: 1) mental health challenges faced by athletes (including substance use disorders, exercise addiction, eating disorders, depression, suicide, and concussion), 2) treatment approaches and therapeutic issues with athletes (including different types of psychotherapy for psychiatric disorders, psychotherapeutic performance enhancement approaches, transference and countertransference issues, achievement by proxy, psychotherapeutic issues as applied to a couple of sports that are played around the world, and use of psychiatric medications in athletes), 3) psychosocial issues affecting athletes (including sexual harassment and abuse, cultural issues, and ethics issues), and 4) the field of sports psychiatry (including work within one common sports psychiatry practice setting, and current status of and challenges in the field of sports psychiatry). There is a growing need for this book. Performance-enhancing drugs, use of psychotropics in impaired athletes, head trauma, sexual abuse, eating disorders, ethics, and depression and suicide in athletes, are just a few of the timely subjects addressed in this text. This is the only comprehensive reference available for those working in the field (or merely interested in it) to consult for current information on these topics. The existing sports psychology texts all focus on performance issues, with little, if any, attention paid to these areas of clinical significance. The book addresses the core differences between sports psychiatry and sports psychology, as well as the areas of overlap. Emphasis is placed on how the disciplines should work together in diagnosing and treating athletes dealing with emotional stress and psychopathology. Chapters include case examples and specific goals listed at the beginning, along with tables and graphs to highlight key concepts.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-01-19 - Publisher: Routledge
The ISSP Manual of Sports Psychiatry is the first text describing the role of a sports psychiatrist. Covering both individual as well as team sports, contact and non-contact, from childhood through late adulthood, the manual describes the role of sports in our culture and details the psychiatric interventions associated with players and their teams. The editors take a broad focus, covering topics from neuroscience-psychiatric and psychological aspects, performance enhancement, team chemistry and dynamics, organizational issues to working with medical, orthopedic/surgical and neurologic colleagues to provide comprehensive prevention and treatment to enhance well-being and performance. This text will be invaluable to medical and psychiatric physicians, psychologists and other mental health professionals, as well as athletes, trainers, leagues and their commissioners, sports writers-and even "fans" anxious to understand what is going on with their teams.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-07-06 - Publisher: Springer
This book is the newest edition on the series ‘advances in psychiatry’. The previous 3 volumes can be found online at http://www.wpanet.org/detail.php?section_id=10&content_id=660 . They were highly successful in covering a broad area of psychiatry from different perspectives and angles and by reflecting both specialized but also international and global approaches. This series have guaranteed quality therefore can be used by different scientific groups for teaching and learning and also as a means for fast dissemination of advanced research and transformation of research findings into the everyday clinical practice.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-08-09 - Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Advances in Psychiatry and Behavioral Health is an annual review publication that covers the current practices and latest developments in the field. Each issue is divided into sections for comprehensive coverage of relevant hot topics areas within psychiatry, including, Neurosciences, Psychotherapeutics, Suicide Research, Women’s Mental Health, Sports Psychiatry, and Education. The Editor-in-Chief of the publication is Dr. Dr. Deepak Prahhakar, a leading expert in the field. Topics covered this year include but are not limited to: Multifunctional Antidepressants: Beyond the SSRIs; Neuropsychiatric Manifestations of COVID-19; Third-wave CBT for OCD; Advances in Psychotherapy for PTSD; Advances in Psychotherapy for Eating Disorders; Lethal means safety approaches for suicide prevention; Identifying People at Risk for Suicide; Digital technology for suicide prevention; Treatment of Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD); Domestic violence and its impact on women’s mental health; Review of GABA-A receptor modulators in treatment of reproductive depression; Anxiety disorders in athletes; mental health symptoms and disorders in women athletes; diagnosis and management of substance use disorders in athletes; Mental Health in Youth Athletes; Advances in Psychology training; Learning Psychiatry Then and Now; and Dementia after traumatic brain injury.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-04-12 - Publisher: Routledge
This book provides an inter-disciplinary examination of the relationship between sport, spirituality and religion. It covers a wide-range of topics, such as prayer and sport, religious and spiritual perspectives on athletic identity and ‘flow’ in sport, theological analysis of genetic performance enhancement technologies, sectarianism in Scottish football, a spiritual understanding of sport psychology consultancy in English premiership soccer and how Zen may be useful in sports performance and participation. As modern sport is often intertwined with commercial and political agendas, this book also provides an important corrective to the “win at all costs” culture of modern sport, which cannot always be fully understood through secular ethical inquiry. This is a unique and important addition to the current literature for a wide-range of fields including theology and religious studies, psychology, health studies, ethics and sports studies.