Strengths-Based Positive Psychology Intervention for Male Collegiate Swimmers Considering Dropping Out of the Sport

Peter Thompson is a SwimSwam contributor, however, SwimSwam is not conducting or a party to this study.

Strengths-Based Positive Psychology Intervention for Male Collegiate Swimmers Considering Dropping Out of the Sport:

Are you losing your passion? Are you struggling with decisions about how to best spend your four years in college? Have you decided to leave the sport, but can’t seem to quite take the next step?

We invite you to be part of a voluntary six session study on how experiencing a strengths-based positive psychology intervention can help you make the decision that feels right for you. Interested?

Email Coach Pete Thompson at [email protected] with questions or visit my website at www.ThompsonCoachingGroup.com

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Brandon Alvarez

Do you HAVE to be a collegiate swimmer?

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