Sportpsychology.com’s focus is educational in nature, serving to provide information about the field of sport psychology for the public, future students, and current professionals in the field. SportPsychology.com was founded in 1997 by Randall W Coeshott, Ph.D while he was a student in the graduate Sport Psychology program at Florida State University. He envisioned how the power of the internet could be used to educate the public about the field of sport psychology, and at the same time be used to enhance the practice of sport psychology.Sportpsychology.com’s focus is educational in nature, serving to provide information about the field of sport psychology for the public, future students, and current professionals in the field.
Sportpsychology.com seeks to satisfy the demand for educational content directed towards the consumer of sport psychology services, the need for the public to find individuals providing sport psychological services, and the need of future student to learn about career opportunities in sport psychology and related fields.
To satisfy these demands, SportPsychology.com has added educational content as a means of providing consumers with an introduction to various topics in sport psychology. Sportpsychology.com has partnered with Amazon.com to help consumers located multi-media on topics related to sport psychology. SportPsychology.com continues to meet the demands of consumers interested in receiving consultations from Sport Psychologists. Consumers can locate consultants practicing sport psychology from around the world. Sportpsychology.com serves the needs of professionals in the field of sport psychology to inform the public of the services they provide. Membership in the consultant directory is offered to all qualified individuals at no cost. Sportpsychology.com offers enhanced services to consultants on a fee-basis service. Sport Psychology Consultants may obtain enhanced listings, direct email contact, and linkage to professional websites.
The internet offers features in the delivery of services in sport psychology previously not available decades ago. There is an increasing demand for the use of the internet in the practice of sport psychology. Currently, SportPsychology.com does not offer consultations through the internet, but may develop this feature in the future as the field of Sport Psychology changes to address this emerging technology