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Complete Game Plan - Press Release

This is a press release for Complete Game Plan from a few weeks ago:
(actual press release link: http://www.webwire.com/ViewPressRel.asp?aId=182469 )

Business Supporting the Everyday Emotional Challenges of an Athlete

Los Angeles therapist Todd Deutsch has developed a business supporting the emotional needs of individuals and athletes utilizing an innovative personalized program for each client.

WEBWIRE – Thursday, November 07, 2013
Todd Deutsch, MFT is pleased to announce the formation of the Complete Game Plan, a one of a kind therapeutic practice with individualized programs for athletes aimed at closing the emotional gaps between sports and personal life. Complete Game Plan also specializes in individual therapy, couples counseling, teen support and life mentoring.

“After nearly a decade of working with athletes and individuals, I am extremely proud to announce the formation of Complete Game Plan,” Deutsch said. “No two people face the same life problem and I believe each individual deserves a uniquely tailored approach to tackling life’s challenges.”

Prior to founding Complete Game Plan, Deutsch consulted with professional sports organizations, agents and mangers to develop programs and seminars focused on non-sporting issues like family life, wealth management, media training and personal decision-making. Complete Game Plan fills a need in a niche field in the sports industry. The unique focused tactics for athletes, developed by Deutsch, emphasizes personal development and growth that directly leads to enhanced performances on the field and in everyday life.

Based in Los Angeles, Complete Game Plan was founded on the practice that targeted counseling, focused therapy and individualized support can provide problem-solving skills, enhanced coping for anxiety and stress management for personal issues and hardships. Specialized services through Complete Game Plan are available for athletes, individuals, couples and teens. Additionally, Complete Game Plan offers a weekly men’s support group.

For more information about Complete Game Plan, please visit www.CompleteGamePlan.com
About Todd Deutsch, MFT
Todd Deutsch is a licensed marriage family therapist, educated in sports psychology, mentor and coach, educator, life consultant and former athlete. For the last decade, Deutsch has helped athletes, adults, teens and children address and overcome a verity of life issues and challenges. Deutsch is an expert in developing dynamic approaches that give his clients the necessary management skills to conquer life relationships and hardships. This personalized approach has shown proven success in Deutsch’s clients finding happiness and fulfillment. Deutsch and his wife live in Culver City with their two young boys. 

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