Abstract submission is now open, and the deadline is Sunday, December 11th, 2022, at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time. The program will consist of keynote speakers, symposia, workshops, lectures, panels, and poster sessions.
Abstracts addressing the following categories are encouraged (domains explained below):
- Domain I – Rapport, Roles, and Expectations
- Domain II – Assessment
- Domain III – Goals, Outcomes, and Planning
- Domain IV – Implementation
- Domain V – Evaluation
- Domain VI – Professional Issues
Abstracts can be submitted via the link below:
If you have any questions about the abstract submission process, please contact Kirstie Alvarez, [email protected]
JTA – Appendix 2
Applied sport psychology practitioners employ an evidence-based understanding of the psychology of human performance to conceptualize and enhance the expression or improvement of performance, holistic well-being, and social functioning.
Domain I – Rapport, Roles, and Expectations
Examples include techniques for establishing and maintaining rapport, techniques for promoting client/performer’s self-awareness, techniques for establishing trust, navigating organizational/sport culture, and setting boundaries.
Domain II –Assessment
Examples include techniques for observing performance, determining important factors in the sport environment, soliciting intake data, and identifying individual and organizational strengths and weaknesses (e.g., group and individual).
Domain III –Goals, Outcomes, and Planning
Examples include techniques for collecting and evaluating assessment data (e.g., individual and/or group), collaboration with the client/performer(s) and support staff (e.g., coaches and colleagues) to prioritize goals, integration of consulting philosophy/theoretical frameworks, and performance planning.
Domain IV –Implementation
Examples include techniques for group and individual session delivery (e.g., classroom vs. sport environment), documentation of information, and collecting feedback from the client/performer.
Domain V –Evaluation
Examples include techniques for self-evaluation, assessing progress, soliciting client/performer feedback, as well as feedback from coaches/leadership regarding effectiveness of both MST interventions and the consultant.
Domain VI –Professional Issues
Examples include techniques for ethical practice, developing cultural competency, and engagement in self-reflection and mentorship to promote ongoing learning and development of the practitioner.
View link below for full descriptions on domains (pp. 28-41):
Sport psychology certification job task analysis and validation