Sep | 2019
Podcast interview of Dr. Tom Brunner: What factors critically affect child, elite athlete, and parents, for High Performance – in Sports and Life
Tags: anxiety, assessment, behavioral science, brain science, counseling, counselor, High Performance, High Performance Athletics, Peak Performance, performance anxiety, performance coach, psychological assessment, psychological intervention, psychological science, psychology, sports psychology, Therapist, Therapy, trauma
Background prelude to the audio clip written by interviewer and podcast host Pearle Nerenberg, of “Eat this for Performance”
We’re kicking off the 2nd episode ever of the Do This for Performance podcast with a really insightful interview. Dr. Thomas Brunner is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in advanced assessment and treatment of children, adolescents, and adults. For over a decade Dr. Brunner has been committed to delivering the most cost-effective care, with the most sustainable results, in the most compassionate manner. Dr. Brunner’s belief is that through the usage of more advanced behavioral science tools, not only can a person’s problem(s) be more accurately identified and solved, but their potential can be unleashed leading to sustainable improvement. Brunner hails from Tucson where he resides with his wife, 2 children, 2 dogs and 4 cats.
In this interview we explore how trauma can accelerate learning, a new (old) way to parent, and the importance of finding the optimal level of anxiety to support performance.
In a delightful bonus, Dr. Brunner shares 2 must-read books, one being:
The Rise of Superman by Steven Kotler
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