Tami Simon speaks with Dr. David Grand, a pioneering psychotherapist, lecturer, and performance coach. Dr. Grand is best known for his discovery of the internationally-acclaimed therapy called Brainspotting. He’s the author of the book Emotional Healing at Warp Speed, and his new book called Brainspotting: A Revolutionary New Therapy for Rapid and Effective Change will be released with Sounds True in the spring.
Reviewer: Phil Johnson
THIS IS an essential book for sport psychologists, coaches and of course athletes! David Grand and Alan Goldberg, each with over 20 years’ experience working in
mental health and sport and both authors at the forefront of emotional healing in sport in the US and beyond, bring not only a wealth of experience to this text, but
new ideas and techniques, which in essence revolutionize..
Originally published: May 21, 2010 9:48 PM Updated: May 22, 2010 12:22 PM By JIM BAUMBACH email@example.com For Mackey Sasser, going through his famous throwing yips was frustrating enough. But dealing with the never-ending flow of random callers with solutions compounded a problem that began in 1989 and lasted for the rest of his nine-season career, which concluded in 1995.…
By Anthony Mccarron DAILY NEWS SPORTS WRITER Saturday, June 20th 2009, 4:46 PM The throwing problem that wrecked his playing career is gone now, so Mackey Sasser can joke about it. The ex-Met catcher doesn’t mind if his players at Wallace Community College tweak him about his inability to throw the ball back to the pitcher, either, even though a…