Instead of reaming kids out after a mistake during a game, coaches say they now talk to players privately the next day in practice. It’s all part of the changing nature of coaching to deal with a new generation of players. The Buffalo News talked to Helen “Nellie” Drew, professor of practice in sports law and director of the Center for the Advancement of Sport, about the evolution of old-school coaching methods and today’s understanding of mental health issues.
Read the article: http://buffalonews.com/2020/02/24/amid-cries-of-abuse-coaches-learn-to-change-with-the-athletes/
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