Tuesday, January, 29th, 2019
When I retired, I experienced many negative thoughts, feelings and emotions. I felt like everything I did had to be perfect. I experienced failures in my working career which I took very personally since failure was—quite fortunately for me I guess—not something I had to undergo with very much regularity as an athlete.
As a result, I think I lived for many years with anxiety and depression which, in addition to not being diagnosed, was unbeknownst to me.
Friday, February, 23rd, 2018
For the past four years, CSCM has been assisting athletes with their Push to PyeongChang. Athletes like Olympic Medallist Bailey Bram (ice hockey) and Paralympic Gold Medallist Dennis […]
Thursday, February, 8th, 2018
How the COPSI Network is Helping Find Future Olympians In order to ensure that Canada continues its strong placements at major games, it is key […]
Tuesday, February, 6th, 2018
The Team of Experts Working with Canadian Olympic and Paralympic Athletes When it comes to optimizing the performance of Canada’s top athletes, it’s important to […]
Wednesday, January, 31st, 2018
SUPPORTING THE QUEST FOR THE PODIUM: THE POWER OF THE CANADIAN OLYMPIC AND PARALYMPIC SPORT INSTITUTE NETWORK For the average Canadian the Olympic and Paralympic […]
Wednesday, January, 17th, 2018
We’re halfway through January, how are you doing with your New Year’s Resolutions? Are you starting to wane, or are you holding strong? Resolutions often […]
Friday, September, 29th, 2017
At CSCM we are athlete focused, COACH LED and expert resourced because we believe that all of our programs and services must be focused […]