About Climbing Psychology
Ever experienced a fear of falling, fear of failure, or any other negative thoughts that distract you from climbing your best? Author Kevin Roet’s interest in climbing psychology developed because of direct experience with his own fear of falling. If you would like to push your limits instead of finding a myriad of reasons to say “take”, then this book is for you.
Rooted in modern psychological concepts like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and current scientific research, the book will help break down your fear response and allow you to shift your focus away from your fear.
Kevin runs workshops on climbing psychology and has solicited feedback from students, honing his concepts into a very readable and colorfully illustrated book.
For an informative review, as well as an inside look into the table of contents and a few pages from the book, check out this article on UKClimbing.com.
- Color photographs and illustrations
- Essays and thoughts from experienced and professional climbers
- Exercises and practical advice, including QR code links to supplemental material
About the author
Kevin Roet is a mountain guide, and runs a mountain skills and training company in the UK called Rise and Summit. He also is a climbing coach, consultant, and runs workshops. He loves climbing and helping other folks gain the experience and confidence to climb their very best.
- Climbing Psychology
- 2021 Kevin Roet
- 208 pages, illustrated in color
This is a great resource for anyone looking to up their game, and is an excellent companion to Rock Warrior’s Way and Espresso Lessons by Arno Ilgner.