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WINNING THE GAME, A Brain-First Perspective with Dr. John Sullivan

Stay tuned for more events and private consultations with Dr. Sullivan @ PFP.

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Hitting is hard, how can I be more consistent?  

     What makes a good hitter? 

          How to work one pitch at a time?

               I feel pressure to perform in front of college coaches.

                    I felt myself starting to tighten up and then my pitches got flat.  

                         What s the importance of emotional regulation?

                              I need to develop a routine and reset.

                                  Why should I learn to control my breathe rate?

                                       How and where do I practice techniques for Gameday?

                                            How do I perform after a big play, good or bad?

                                                 What is the difference between trying harder vs getting calm?

                                                      How do I implement game performance in practices?

                                                           We can’t run the 1st & 3rd play, what do I do?!



Dr. John Sullivan is a Clinical Sport Psychologist and Sport Scientist and was the former Clinical Sport Psychologist to the New England Patriots He has over twenty years clinical and scholarly experience, including his work with the New England Patriots in the National Football League (NFL) for sixteen years coordinating sport science and clinical care. 

He currently holds appointments within the English Premier League (EPL), the NCAA, and the elite military, aeronautics industry, and law enforcement in the U.S. 

Dr. Sullivan is also a visiting sport scientist at the Queensland Academy of Sport/Australia Institute of Sport and visiting scholar of Biomedical Sciences, Psychology, and Neuroscience at the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia. 

He is a frequent contributor writing on sport science and sports medicine and his latest efforts have focused on a series of books which distills the latest performance psychology, cognitive science, and neuroscience, related to optimal brain performance and health entitled The Brain Always Wins.

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