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 A conversation of discovery for both you and I to: Discuss where you are now and where you want to be.  We'll talk about what your current approach is and what your concerns are.  Then I explain how our process works to increase your mental capacity to eliminate those concerns, overcome obstacles and focus on breaking through to the next level and beyond.  

We will then discuss a plan for moving forward and get into the details of how to proceed, including session packages and pricing. 


Our objective will always be centered on you getting where you want to be.



We meet once a week for 8 weeks.  The sessions begin with a discussion of your progress and feedback on the strategies and techniques the prior week.  The early sessions will be focused on relaxation techniques to engage the mind under the surface (subconscious), to access and begin eliminating mind clutter, doubts and distractions. 

In the next sessions, we will reinforce getting to a relaxed state of mind with Hypnotherapy and begin reprogramming thought patterns using guided imagery and visualization to focus on seeing the results you want in your mind's eye...the subconscious. 


All Sessions will include consistent repetition to set these thought patterns and visions in stone.  The subconscious mind is the originator of all thought.  Research has shown what the the mind can't tell the difference between imagined and reality.  You will be amazed at what you can do when you have already done it.  

Training can take place face-to-face in Murrells Inlet, SC (Just south of Myrtle Beach, SC) or via online Skype/Zoom sessions and ideally, we meet once a week. Each individual session is approximately 1 hour.

What separates the best athletes from the rest is their mental game. The best athletes and professionals can deal with their nerves under pressure when they need it the most because they have prepared mentally.

Mental performance coaching focuses on developing and improving mental skills helping athletes to learn to manage stress, anxiety, and to maximize their athletic potential.

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