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Using Think Aloud for Reflection and Learning

Think Aloud can help you improve your understanding of why you act, think and perform the way you do, enabling you to amend and transform your coaching practice. Sport Psychologist Dr Amy Whitehead explores a few different ways of using Think Aloud

Think Aloud can help participants, coaches and coach developers to improve their thought processes and understand better why they act, think and perform the way they do! 

For more information on this addition to your coaching toolkit, have a read of Introduction to Think Aloud.

As coaches, we often behave in certain ways that we are not aware of. For example, we may have certain habits that become autonomous and we may not be conscious of some of these habits (both bad and good).

Using Think Aloud allows you to tap into your natural coaching behaviours but it also allows you to reflect on this coaching as it is occurring in-situ.

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