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Improving Sports Performance through the use of Hypnosis , Mental Imagery and Self-talk

@inproceedings{Ruth2016ImprovingSP,
  title={Improving Sports Performance through the use of Hypnosis , Mental Imagery and Self-talk},
  author={Dr. Alan Ruth},
  year={2016}
}
In this dissertation, I will integrate subject matter from the 3 Foundation Diplomas I successfully completed i.e. (a) Hypnotherapy, (b) Psychotherapy and Counselling, and (c) Sports Psychology. The subject matter I will incorporate is: (1) the achievement of optimal sports performance (from Sports Psychology), hypnosis and mental imagery (from Hypnotherapy), and cognitive restructuring (from Psychotherapy and Counselling). 

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