“There’s this persona of needing to be a superhero,” Evan Munn said about athletes. Munn was a leader of Oregon State University’s Dam Worth It campaign last year, a student-led organization that seeks to open the conversation about mental health and to end the stigma attached to it. The founders of the program, Nathan Braaten and [...]
The biggest challenge was making judgements. What to say when, knowing what's right and what's wrong, what the next move should be. You can become more comfortable and confident in your decisions through learning.
Different course entail different challenges. This post is an outline of my course and some of the things I was required to do. Hopefully this will give you a bit more of an insight about what to expect.
There are many things to consider when choosing a masters course that is right for you. This post details some of the things I, personally, think are important to consider. Check it out.
The first post of the blog gives context to my personal journey before I discuss my experiences of a sport psychology masters course and finding relative employment! Future posts will outline, chronologically, the course, challenges, placements and everything I've learnt in the hopes that someone will read it and learn something too! Enjoy.