Emotion Regulation Mindset Training

Emotions are an integral part of human behavior, so it comes as no surprise that they can play a significant role in athletic performance. From the pre-performance routine to in-game emotional management, athletes and their performances are impacted by the emotions that are, in part, influenced by their environment.

The SERR Model shines a spotlight on the connection between thought, emotions, and performance. Understanding the connection between how our emotions, stress, and self-talk are directing our performance is critical in being able to proactively train how we manage our performances.


  • Unproductive thinking
  • Impulsive behavior
  • Dealing with adversity


  • Gain a thought-emotion-performance connection
  • Reduce or eliminate performance anxiety
  • Develop healthy, motivational self-talk
  • Effectively manage emotions and anxiety

Take the First Step With the Coaches’ Activity Guide: Emotional Regulation

The Coaches’ Activity Guide provides targeted mindset training for your team by helping your athletes develop strategies to regulate emotions, optimize stress, and start motivational self-talk.

Ready to Take Your Athlete’s Mental Game to the Next Level?

Developed by licensed sport psychologists at Premier Sport Psychology, the Emotional Regulation Playbook is an e-learning course that guides athletes through the mental training techniques that result in enhanced performances.