The Sporting Life

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Sporting Experts, Parenting Amateurs

Too often society’s approach to sports is paradoxical – serious in emotional investment, yet frivolous in community educational investments. The growth and development of children at play ought to be too important for this amateur approach to education. Read More

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Dr. Adam Naylor leads Telos SPC and is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Sport Psychology at Boston University’s School of Education.


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