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Proposing a rational resilience credo for use with athletes

Turner, MJ (2016) Proposing a rational resilience credo for use with athletes. Journal of Sport Psychology in Action, 7 (3). pp. 170-181. ISSN 2152-0704

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Abstract

© 2016 Association for Applied Sport Psychology. While the reported use of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) is growing in sport, little is written about specific tools used by practitioners when applying REBT with athletes. The Athlete Rational Resilience Credo (ARRC) adapts Windy Dryden's (2007) original Rational Resilience Credo for application with athletes. The ARRC promotes rational beliefs in athletes, which are important for resilient responding to adverse events. The ARRC is presented in full, followed by some explanation as to its purposes, critical practitioner reflections, and guidance for its use in sport.

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