Title: “The Art and Practice of Performance Psychology”
Date: October 18, 2013
Presenter: Nick Lazaris, PsyD
Description: Performance psychology is emerging as a practice area that focuses on applying psychological principles, theories and skills to enhance optimal performance among populations such as performing artists and athletes, as well as those in the business world. This presentation, geared toward practitioners as an introduction to the field, explores the development of domain-specific knowledge and the application of psychological skills training (PST), such as those used in sport psychology, to allow for the consultant/practitioner to effect specific change in the performance of clients in pressure situations.
In addition, attendees will learn skills to apply to their own performance as well as to the populations mentioned above. Finally, a discussion will be presented as to what is necessary to market and apply the previous skillset to specific populations.
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Learning Objectives: Those who attend this lecture will be able to:
Bio: For 32 years, Dr. Nick Lazaris has specialized in providing consulting, coaching and speaking services to business professionals, performing artists, writers and athletes. He focuses on helping his clients develop the ability to perform at or near their personal best regardless of their fears or anxieties.
In addition to his private practice as a clinical psychologist, Dr. Lazaris maintains a performance coaching practice. The author of four books and five audio-learning programs, Dr. Lazaris has received the Bronze Microphone Award of the Los Angeles Chapter of the National Speakers
Association, and regularly speaks and consults on topics related to performance enhancement, work-life balance, overcoming fear/anxiety and leadership development.