There are a variety of factors that can cause performing artists to not perform at 100% including performing under the scrutiny of an audience, coping with injuries, and last minute changes, to name a few. Momentum Performance Consulting, LLC is committed to helping performing artists consistently perform at their best. We do this by offering a variety of sport psychology consultative and coaching services. There is not a one-size fits all approach to mental skills training, so all services will start with an initial assessment that allows us to better understand the specific challenges you are having and/or exactly what you are hoping to accomplish. We take a collaborative approach with the foundation that you know yourself better than we ever will, so we rely on your input in the creation of goals and desired outcomes. With this knowledge, we can design a program that is specific to the individual.
1:1 Consultation and Coaching
When we work 1:1 with a performing artist, we will start with an initial intake which is designed to help us get to know the individual better as a whole and understand the challenges they are facing in the pursuit of their goals. Typically, an initial interview combined with an assessment or two would be utilized to provide us with some baseline information that we can use to develop a strategic plan based on evidence-based strategies that have shown to be effective in other performers. Once a plan has been implemented, we will work together to monitor the progress of the individual’s goals and make any necessary adjustments.
Consultation and coaches can be done in person or through the use of video technology such as Skype.
Lecture-based or interactive workshops designed to provide a number of individuals information on a specific mental skill which they can utilize to improve performance. Depending on the topic, they can last from 30 – 90 minutes. Workshops will typically include information on the mental skill combined with an individual or group activity that represents the skill and allows the group to practice it.