San Rafael, CA (PRWEB) May 26, 2008
At all levels of sport, mental fitness often sets athletes apart from competitors. Overcoming nerves and staying focused are only two of the many mental skills honed by successful athletes. On Thursday, June 5, 2008, Marvin Zauderer, MFT will speak in San Rafael, California on "The 5 Core Skills of Mentally Fit Athletes," and will present steps that all athletes can take to strengthen important mental skills. Whether you're a competitive athlete, recreational athlete, coach, or parent of an athlete, this presentation will give you tools that you can use. More info: http://www.marvinz.com/
The talk, sponsored by Marin Cyclists, is a benefit for the NorCal High School Mountain Bike League. Over 450 high school athletes participate in the League, an independent, nonprofit organization that does not receive funding from schools.
The event is free for Marin Cyclists and NorCal HS MTB League members, and a $10 (or more, if you can) suggested donation for all others. It will begin at 7:00 p.m., with Q&A beginning at 8:00 p.m. It will be held at the San Rafael Corporate Center, Tamalpais Room, at 750 Lindaro Street in San Rafael, California, just off Highway 101 at the Central San Rafael exit.
About Marvin Zauderer:
In his sport psychology practice, Marvin Zauderer works with amateur and professional athletes from all sports on the mental skills needed for success. Marvin leads the Mental Training program at Whole Athlete, a performance center in Marin County, CA that provides a comprehensive set of coaching, consulting, fitting, and testing services to athletes. He is a licensed psychotherapist in private practice, competitive athlete, certified coach, and sport psychology columnist. He also works with businesses on conflict in the workplace. His website is http://www.marvinz.com/
For more information on the event and comments on Marvin's past presentations, please go to: http://www.marvinz.com/speakingengagements.html
Marvin Zauderer, MFT
Sport Psychology • Psychotherapy • Workplace Conflict Resolution