Mitch Smith is a nationally recognized keynote speaker on Mental Performance.
'The Technology of Mental Performance'
This inspirational talk will discuss 3 simple strategies that
will enhance your performance in any project you undertake. Keynote speaker Mitch
Smith will discuss how he and others have utilized these strategies
professionally, in sports, and surviving cancer.
This presentation works with just about any group because everyone
is interested in the mental aspects of performance. Please view testimonials to the right.
Overcome emotional, mental & behavioral blocks.
Mitch Smith, LCSW-C, DAHB is Nationally Board Certified and is an
Approved Consultant in Clinical Hypnosis and is able to help individuals in the following areas of their lives.
* Stress & Anxiety Management
* Phobias, Fears, Nightmares, Panic, Insomnia
* Habit Control (Smoking, Weight Loss & other problem habits
* Pain Control with Hypnosis for Chronic Pain Syndromes
(Headaches, Fibromyalgia, Arthritis, RSD, Cancer,
* Chronic Back Pain, Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
* Survivors of Traumatic Events (Accidents, Near Death,
Rape, Assault, Any Psychological & Emotional Problem
Are you a professional or amateur athlete or any type of performer?
What percentage of your success is mental?
Have you used hypnosis as a tool in mastering the mental aspects
Maybe you have worked with a sports psychologist but they knew nothing
or very little about hypnosis. As a world class athlete himself
and having worked with thousands of others, Mitch can tell you there
is a world of difference.
Please read the following articles written by Mitch Smith on sports
psychology, or visit the page on Sports Performance
to learn more:
Importance of Self Talk
do I Mentally Prepare Myself for Competitions?
Importance of Controlling Arousal (Stress)
* Click "read" to view individual articles; after clicking, a new
window will open.
NORTH ATLANTIC DIVISION
Office of the Commanding General
October 14, 2004
I wanted to thank you for your speech at the S.A.M.E. luncheon.
It was truly inspirational to hear about the power of the mind in
professional performance enhancement.
Keep up the great work!
Merdith W.B. Temple
Brigadier General, U.S. Army