Redefining the standard of care for performance, health, and rehabilitation services through an integrated, client-centred approach.

Mental Performance Consulting

The Mental Performance Consultants at Continuum work with people of every age and skill level across the performance spectrum to strengthen their inner cutting edge in pursuit of realizing their greatest potential.

Our Mental Performance Consultants (MPCs) are professional members of the Canadian Sport Psychology Association (CSPA) and address the psychological side of sports performance. Training the mind for success is essential in preparing an athlete for competition and promoting overall well-being and sports enjoyment. The mental side of athlete development is integral to supporting these athletes both on and off the field.

Our MPCs work with clients on developing strategies for stress management, focus, decision making, confidence, motivation, and numerous other areas. In addition, they strive to foster positive environments that empower athletes to develop skills, allowing them to work towards their potential as an athlete and as a person – beyond their sport.

Proudly offering integrated performance, health, and rehabilitation services to all of Greater Victoria.

What Makes Continuum Different?
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  • Continuum operates in the high-performance Speed Mechanics facility
  • Individualized rehabilitation programs that appropriately challenge patients
  • Integrated Support Team (IST) uses a multi-disciplinary pathway to facilitate your return-to health
  • Healthcare practitioners and S&C coaches operate in a cooperative and collaborative learning environment
  • Evidence-based, research driven treatments
  • Unique delivery model promotes a transcendent quality of care, expediting recovery
  • Emphasis on health, rehabilitation, and performance. For everyone.
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