Certificate course in Sports Psychology

Sport psychology is a proficiency that uses psychological knowledge and skills to address optimal performance and well-being of athletes, developmental and social aspects of sports participation, and systemic issues associated with sports settings and organizations.




Those who are in the field of psychology or related subjects

Learning Outcomes:

-It helps in effectively developing and applying health, physical activity, and psychological principles as they relate to human performance.

-Design, conduct, and evaluate research that addresses psychological questions.

-Demonstrate effective written and oral skills in various formats and for various purposes.

-Explain the major perspectives of psychology (e.g. biological, cognitive, behavioural, sociocultural, etc.)

Classes Conduction:

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  • Unit-I
    1. Anatomy of the Nerve Injuries
    2. Bodily Habitus 
    3. Anatomical Angles and stiff joints
    4. The pathology of nerves, and bones in terms of anatomy 
    5. Anatomical basis of clinical tests 
    6. Anatomy of certain diseases
  • Unit-II

     Applied General Physiology: 

    1. Blood
    2. Cardiovascular System
    3. Temperature Regulation
    4. Neuromuscular System
    5. Respiratory System
    6. Endocrine System
  • Unit-III

    Fundamental Psychology:

    1. Individual Aspects of Sports Performance (Personality, Attitudes, Motivation, Learning and Performance) Personality
    2. Learning and Performance
    3. Mental Preparation for Sport Performance


  • Unit-IV

    Competition Effects on Sports Performance:

    1 Social Facilitation and Audience Effects

    2 Aggression 

    3 Attribution theory

  • Unit-V

    Applied Social Psychology in Sports 

    -Relationships in Sport 

    -Coach Leadership and Group Dynamics 

    -Key Social and Cognitive Processes in Sport Approaches to Person -Perception The Athlete in the Wider Sport Environment

  • Unit-VI

     Current Concepts in Sports and Fitness 

    -Trends in Fitness Facilities and Exercise Equipment 

    -Risk factors associated with chronic disease

    -Position Stands

    -Health Benefits of Exercise 

  • Unit-VII

    Counselling Skills for Sports Psychologists

    1. Introduction to Counseling 
    2. Sports Injuries
    3. The Paradox of Injuries 
    1. Specific Counseling Issues in Athletic Health Care
    2.  Counselling Athletes with Permanent Disabilities 
    3. Counselling for the Management of Stress and Anxiety 
    4. Counselling for Improved Rehabilitation Adherence


Holistic approach towards psychological and educational needs

Internationally & Nationally accredited Courses

Different types and modalities of therapies.

Experienced and Qualified Facilitators and Staff

Hands-on Practical Exposure with One to One Emphasis

Queer affirmative and trauma informed psychologists


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