COVID-19 Q&A

COVID-19 Detour with Debbie

COVID-19 Detour with Debbie

by Dave Foord -
Number of replies: 4

Dr Debbie AlexanderIn order to help people involved in Triathlon to cope with the pressures of lockdown and isolation, Dr Debbie Alexander will be providing regular tips in the form of a blog titled 'COVID-19 Detour with Debbie', this can be located using the following link:

https://education.triathlon.org/mod/oublog/view.php?id=6135

There have been 3 posts made to this blog, with the most recent at the top. If you want to read the items in the correct order start at the bottom and work up, or use these direct links to the different posts:

  1. Getting our heads around the Coronavirus is all about choice
  2. Make the breath your anchor!
  3. 'Choice'

Dr Debbie Alexander is a Clinical Psychologist with a PhD (neuropsychology/ sport). She holds numerous leadership positions in International Sport. Her passion is assisting people, in clinical and sport settings, to be the best versions of themselves.

In reply to Dave Foord

Re: COVID-19 Detour with Debbie

by Dave Foord -

Debbie has posted her 4th post to the blog 'COVID-19 Detour with Debbie'

https://education.triathlon.org/mod/oublog/view.php?id=6135

This post is titled 'Start Close In' and contains a short poem by David Whyte, that is very apt at this point in time.

Dr Debbie Alexander is a Clinical Psychologist with a PhD (neuropsychology/ sport). She holds numerous leadership positions in International Sport. Her passion is assisting people, in clinical and sport settings, to be the best versions of themselves.

In reply to Dave Foord

Re: COVID-19 Detour with Debbie

by Dave Foord -

Debbie has posted her 5th post to the blog 'COVID-19 Detour with Debbie'

https://education.triathlon.org/mod/oublog/view.php?id=6135

This post is titled 'Emotional Pain' and looks at the subject of pain and specifically emotional pain that some people may be experiencing.

Dr Debbie Alexander is a Clinical Psychologist with a PhD (neuropsychology/ sport). She holds numerous leadership positions in International Sport. Her passion is assisting people, in clinical and sport settings, to be the best versions of themselves.

In reply to Dave Foord

Re: COVID-19 Detour with Debbie

by Dave Foord -

Debbie has posted her 6th post to the blog 'COVID-19 Detour with Debbie'

https://education.triathlon.org/mod/oublog/view.php?id=6135

This post is titled 'Change' which is something that everyone at the moment will be experiencing in some form or another.

Dr Debbie Alexander is a Clinical Psychologist with a PhD (neuropsychology/ sport). She holds numerous leadership positions in International Sport. Her passion is assisting people, in clinical and sport settings, to be the best versions of themselves.

In reply to Dave Foord

Re: COVID-19 Detour with Debbie

by Dave Foord -

Debbie has posted her 7th post to the blog 'COVID-19 Detour with Debbie'

https://education.triathlon.org/mod/oublog/view.php?id=6135

This post is titled 'Connecting with our centre' and looks at the use of mindful meditation as a method that could be used in these challenging times.

Dr Debbie Alexander is a Clinical Psychologist with a PhD (neuropsychology/ sport). She holds numerous leadership positions in International Sport. Her passion is assisting people, in clinical and sport settings, to be the best versions of themselves.