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I am looking for information on Sports Psychology programs that area offered through distance learning. Would like to hear from anyone actively involved in any programs now. Would also like to hear any thoughts on difference between degree in sports psychology or counseling and value for career work in working with athletes.
-- Robert Dranoff (email@example.com), December 16, 1999
For those interested, Farleigh Dickinson University will be offering an online web course in Sport Psychology. Below is an advertisement for the class and for any other questions, I can be contacted off- list.
Mitch Abrams, Psy.D.
FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY University College: Arts o Sciences o Professional Studies, Teaneck- Hackensack Campus School of Psychology Graduate Division Spring 2000 (January 24 to May 13)
PSYC 6901 - Interventions in Sport Psychology Graduate Credits 3.0 Instructor: Mitch Abrams, Psy.D. Senior Psychologist, Coney Island Hospital APA Member, Division 47: Sport and Exercise Psychology Consultant: Lem Burnham, Ph.D., ABPS NFL Vice President for Player and Employee Development APA Member, Division 47: Sport and Exercise Psychology
Course Description: This course examines the application and effectiveness of psychological interventions for enhancing performance in sports. Major topics include: historical and contemporary foundations of sport psychology, psychological factors and peak performance, establishing commitment and self-control, mental imagery and performance, improving confidence and performance, building concentration, development and implementation of a psychological training program, effective communication, dealing with staleness and burnout, and the use of non-psychological ergogenic aids.
This course is being offered as a web-based (Internet) course. To apply for graduate admission and to enroll in this course visit www.fdu.edu/academic/uc/psych/sportpsych/. Alternatively, you may phone the School of Psychology at (201) 692-2300. Please note that admission to the Graduate Division of Fairleigh Dickinson University as a non-matriculating student requires proof of an undergraduate degree from a four-year baccalaureate granting institution. Advanced undergraduate students may also enroll in this course so long as they have permission from their home institution.
In addition, students must have access to a personal computer and the Internet in order to enroll in this course. All students who register for this course will be contacted prior to the start of classes in the spring to establish a listserv and to review the logistics of the course. When registering for this course, students should provide their home and work phone numbers, as well as their e- mail address.
-- Mitch Abrams, Psy.D. (MAbrams589@aol.com), December 19, 1999.
Independent Study credit can be obtained through Saybrook Graduate School in San Francisco.
Contact Stanley Krippner, PHD. at Skrippner@saybrook.edu.
Saybrook is regionally accredited and listed in the APA Guide to Graduate Education in Psychology.
I wrote the learning guide for the course.
The course is structured for the graduate student and can be approached from a variety of perspectives.
-- Roland A. Carlstedt MA(Psy), ABD (Rcarlstedt@aol.com), February 21, 2000.