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By Dr. Keith Wilson

Playing BasketballI believe we all want to be good parents. We encourage our children's participation in sports because we believe they (and us) benefit through their involvement in the group experience. More >>


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Dr. Wilson is a sports psychotherapist and performance consultant in El Paso, Texas and founder of the Wilson Center for Sport, Business and Life Performance. He is a consultant to professional, college and amateur athletes and writes a weekly column on sports parenting for the El Paso Times called "Performance Talk." Read Full Biography >>


By Dr. Keith Wilson

Each summer, 12-year-old boys are thrust into the spotlight of the Little League World Series. It is a great thrill for most of them to be on TV and have the whole country watch them compete play against the best young baseball players in the world for what is truly a world championship. While it may be fun to watch, we have to ask the question: is it good for these kids to be under so much pressure? More >>

By Dr. Keith Wilson

It might seem a little odd to think about a ten year old baseball player with performance anxiety. We usually reserve that term for adult players who choke under pressure. However, odds are that, as a parent, you have seen some of the following symptoms of performance anxiety in your young athlete or one that you know More >>


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