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Title: Intervention strategies for athletes in transition
Author(s): Lavallee, David
Nesti, Mark
Borkoles, Erika
Cockerill, Ian
Edge, Amanda
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Editor(s): Lavallee, D
Wylleman, P
Citation: Lavallee D, Nesti M, Borkoles E, Cockerill I & Edge A (2000) Intervention strategies for athletes in transition. In: Lavallee D & Wylleman P (eds.) Career transitions in sport: International perspectives. Morgantown, WV (USA): Fitness Information Technology, pp. 111-130.
Issue Date: 2000
Date Deposited: 10-Nov-2015
Abstract: Research reveals that a population of athletes exists who require(d) considerable personal adjustment to career transitions from sport. In this chapter, the authors present three intervention strategies for practitioners working with athletes in transition. These approaches include an information processing approach, mentoring, and an existential psychology approach.
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