Self-paced seminars for athletes about how social media, gaming, porn, bullying, and scrolling negatively impacts athletic performance and practical solutions for managing time online to mitigate these risks. Gain a certificate of completion. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for group pricing and enrollment information
If you are a coach or parent looking to improve your athlete's focus stamina and overall health, we are here to help mitigate their risk online. In partnership with The Mental Game Academy in Canada, Screen Time Clinic Certified coaches Larissa Mills and Nicole Rawson lead these live presentations. As former teachers, coaches, and high performing athletes we know how to connect and the latest research relating to screens to maximize performance, keeping athletes and their reputations safe on and off the field.
The Digital Media & Treatment Center provides certification training for therapists and digital wellness educators. They are an authority on the latest research involving media and the research relating to the negative impact on athletic performance and athlete's mental health and overall wellness. Many Screen Time Clinic coaches are certified by the DMTC!
Athletic Focus in the Age of the Internet: A Coach’s Guide
How do social media and gaming affect athletes’ performance?
Master Managing Your Name, Image & Likeness with a course, resources, and book from The Players NIL. Influence with purpose, protecting your reputation and building your brand to use social media and off-line marketing opportunities to drive revenue, meet business partners, and build your network of supporters. Learn how to stop mindless scrolling and posting that leads to mental health and performance issues -- be disciplined to intentionally utilize your time online with purpose and measurement metrics.
So many athletes seem to be quitting social media these days – they just can’t take it anymore when their team is having a losing season, or when the media is taking them to task for failing to play up to their ability. Imagine logging into Facebook or IG/TikTok everyday and having a torrent of people telling you that you’re no good, that you should be traded, or that you’re a failure. That’s a lot of negativity to absorb.
It’s a mix that has underscored the complicated relationship that professional sports now has with social media. It’s an essential part of athletes’ lives, and ability to make money. It can also take a direct toll on their health, and with it, their ability to compete at all—and some athletes are starting to wonder if they should turn away from it.
This Philadelphia Eagles player found key to happiness: He quit social media
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