Children are inherently active beings who develop a knack for fun and games from an early age. However, studies have shown that by the age of 13, this interest starts to wane with 3 out of 4 kids dropping out of active sports for a myriad of reasons: difficulty in managing multiple focus areas, pressures in schoolwork, distractions of social media and friends, expectations from peers, coaches and parents and most of all, the sport not being fun anymore.
Our Performance Enhancement Programs (PEP) for Kids helps parents and coaches to bring the PEP back in their kids’ steps to achieve their goals in competitive sports that not only engages but also nurtures their mental and physical well-being.
These programs are conducted by experienced Sport and Performance psychologists who have worked with kids, competitive and elite athletes; spaced out as 30-45 minutes per session in multiple languages.
With a deep understanding of the dynamics of mental conditioning as a child transitions from a junior level to senior or elite levels in their respective sports, our sport psychologists take parents, coaches and their children who are training in competitive sports, on a journey to improve their performance, focus, mind, growth and sporting abilities.
We also include parents, coaches, academies, schools and other associations as part of these sessions. This helps bridge potential gaps by providing the necessary tools to understand the mental aspects of the game while learning to resolve conflicts.
Our programs under Performance Enhancement Program for Kids (PEP)