John Coumbe-Lilley presents at AASP 2017

KN clinical associate professor John Coumbe-Lilley made several presentation at the Association for Applied Sports Psychology 32nd Annual Conference in Orlando, Oct. 18-21 including, “5 Slides in 5 Minutes: Special Interest Groups,”5 Slides in 5 Minutes: Teaching,”Significant Learning: Strategies for Engaged Learning and Teaching in the Sport and Exercise Psychology Classroom,” and a teaching panel which he co-presented with KN visiting assistant clinical professor Tanya Raquel Prewitt-White.

Coumbe-Lilley also presented a poster titled, “Evidence of an Updated Periodized Model of Psychological Skills Training Aligned with Soccer Coaches Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho’s Use of Tactical Periodization to Win” and led a teaching workshop titled, “How to Use Field Based Learning to Engage Students in Sport Psychology Principles and Practices.”