Arecognizes that there is a Little Picture and a Big Picture in youth sports. The Little Picture concerns things like whether the child is playing the right position, the team is winning, etc. The Big Picture, which often gets drowned out by the Little Picture, is about what the child is learning from youth sports. As important as winning may seem, Second-Goal Parents let coaches and athletes worry about the first goal of scoreboard results. Second-Goal Parents have a much more important role to play: ensuring their children take away from sports lessons that will help them be successful in life. That is the Big Picture.
The sessions address:
· Athlete Safety
· Parenting during a pandemic
· How to recognize athlete trauma
· How to stay flexible while keeping things in perspective
· Tools to support athlete mental strength
Take advantage of these 60-minute Zoom workshops from our friends at PCA so you can learn the advantages of being a Second-Goal Parent to the young athletes in your life.