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Useful content for this often overlooked aspect of the Coach's role.

"Fortunately" I have had a long bout of depression several years back so have some personal experience of problems associated with mental health issues. I have used my experiences to keep a close watch on my charges and try to engage with as many of the players as often as I possibly can - if they know you care you will be able to pick up on the often subtle signs that a problem is developing/present in a player.

In my own case, participation in the sporting world helped me to pull through my depression.

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