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Question 1 of 14
As a parent, how committed are you to helping your child be their very best in their sport?
Very committed. I am present almost all the time
Moderately committed. I participate as often as I can
Ambivalent. I let my child drive the process
Question 2 of 14
How do you invest in your child's athletic goals?
My child has a private coach and competes on a higher level club
My child has private coach(es) or competes with a club team
I wish I could afford a private coach and club team
Question 3 of 14
How would you describe your child?
Very motivated and ambitious to play at the next level.
Motivated and content with their sport performance
Very motivated, yet struggle with their sport performance
Question 4 of 14
Is your child excited and happy participating in their sport?
Yes, they love it and rarely get stressed out by it.
He/she seems a little overwhelmed by their sport.
No, it causes them more stress than happiness.
Question 5 of 14
Is your child a female or male?
Question 6 of 14
What's the age of your child?
Under 12 years old
12 – 14 years old
14 – 18 years old
Over 18 years old
Question 7 of 14
What type of sport does your child play?
Question 8 of 14
Does your child have a secondary sport?
Question 9 of 14
Does your child perform well during competition?
Question 10 of 14
Does your child struggle with self-doubt?
Not that I have noticed
Question 11 of 14
Does your child struggle with performance anxiety?
No. My child is nervous and excited about the competition.
Sometimes. Occasionally the stress of competition can adversely impact performance.
Yes. Performance anxiety interferes with my child’s ability to perform at their highest level.
Question 12 of 14
Does your child struggle with inconsistent performance?
Yes, and it adversely impacts their confidence.
Yes, and they manage it well - they can move on to the next competition.
No. My child is very consistent in their performance.
Sometimes. Generally, my child is pretty consistent. However, on occasion, their performance is off.
Question 13 of 14
Does your child struggle with emotional control?
No. My child can stay in the moment and focus on the next play.
Sometimes. On occasion, my child may get frustrated or angry when certain events happen.
Yes. My child struggles with mistakes (and losing). It can take hours/days for them to regroup.
Question 14 of 14
What is the one area in which your child improved, would strengthen their performance?
Reduce performance anxiety
Moving through mistakes
Reduce fear of failure
More than one of those above
I am not sure