The Effect of Psychological Counseling Program on Cognitive Stress Management among Volleyball Players

Jasim Mohammed Yahya

Abstract


The fundamental reason for this review was to look at the effectiveness of a cognitive-behavioral stress management intercession intended to help university understudy competitors comprehend and use different strategies to oversee stress better and direct excitement to accomplish ideal execution. The last example comprised of 30 members partitioned into a treatment and a hold up rundown control gather. The treatment gather met for one hour for every week for a five-week intercession, where they figured out how to utilize aptitudes, for example, unwinding, symbolism, and self-talk. Both treatment and hold up rundown control aggregate individuals finished measures of competitive game anxiety, attribute anxiety, life stress, adapting abilities, and positive and negative effect at pre, post, and follow-up testing. stress as the covariate were directed for competitive anxiety, quality anxiety, adapting abilities, and positive and negative effect to investigate contrasts between the gatherings for the whole example crosswise over test times. The outcomes showed that the treatment and control bunches varied fundamentally obviously on both competitive anxiety and negative effect at follow-up testing. The contrasts between gatherings for the rest of the factors were non-huge. The suggestions for these outcomes are talked about, as are proposals for future research here.

 


Keywords


cognitive stress, competitive anxiety, optimal performance, psychological.

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