Peak Performance workshops are easily tailored to meet your specific needs and goals. They range in length from 30 minutes to an entire day and can be adapted for groups from 5 to 500. Individual consultation is also available. Fees are on a per-workshop basis and include all expenses such as travel and materials.
Workshops are a great way for teachers to help inspire, motivate and help their students identify mental blocks that prevent them from being the best performer they can be. The workshops are engaging, interactive and informative.
Learn the five distinct steps that are indispensable for achieving peak performance. Mastering these steps creates the foundation for a powerful new level of confidence, expression, and success.
Learn the tools and skills to manage stage fright. Enjoy the freedom of performing without fear!
Explore your beliefs, attitudes, and performance history as well as your goals and performance possibilities. Discover your limiting beliefs and how to break through the breakdowns. Learn how to use focus, attention control, and mental toughness to prepare yourself mentally for peak performance.
Learn the secrets to bridging the gap between great rehearsals and a great performance. These specific skills empower you to display your best on stage every time.
For students and teachers alike, this seminar teaches the principles of effective leadership that create an environment for growth, achievement, and success.
Designed for parents and teachers of performing artists, this seminar teaches the “do’s” and “don’ts” of power struggles, motivation, performance expectations, performance breakdowns, and performance victories.
With more than 15 years as a practicing clinical psychologist and teacher, Dr. Skidmore brings the entire spectrum of human psychology to custom presentations in the form of half-hour, single-day, multiple-session seminars and workshops, or even one-on-one coaching. Contact Dr. Skidmore to arrange your custom presentation today!
"After Dr. Skidmore's sessions, I learned that music (performances) have to be 'fun' whatsoever! We 'play' music, not 'struggle' or 'fight' with music. That's the entire purpose of playing music. No fear. Just enjoy the stage."