BASKETBALL CONSULTATION PACKAGES

Level 3 Sports offers several different packages for Basketball Athletes. We offer complete in-person consultations in Birmingham and the greater Atlanta locations. However, for those clients not living in Birmingham, the expense of in-person visits will be higher due to travel expenses. Other than golf, most clients outside of Birmingham choose a hybrid model of in-person and online consultations. Most clients outside of the Southeast US choose the online-only consult package. Packages are grouped into the following:

  • Single Consult - Designed for the athlete who needs a quick overview of their situation and who also may be familiar with the basic concepts of sport psychology. Minimum of 2 consults - $250
  • Packages of 6 or 12 (MOST POPULAR) - These packages are designed for long term growth and learning due to the time spent together building rapport. They usually run anywhere between 5 - 7 weeks for the Package of 6 and Quarterly (3 months) for the package of 12. These packages usually consist of a combination of in-person and online consults. $695 - $2495
  • 6 or 12 Month Contracts - For the serious athlete who would like unlimited access to Level 3 Sports. These 2 packages are the most comprehensive because they allow the client unlimited access to Dr. Trammel via phone, text, video, or email. Also, Dr. Trammel will spend several in-person visits with the client as can be scheduled. All expenses incurred with in-person visits will be absorbed by the client in these 2 packages. $10K - $20K

Per Dr. Trammel: " I've played Basketball as a kid and I still I like to play but I'm not as good at it as I once was. But I am pretty accurate in games of horse so if you want me to work with you on your shooting accuracy, get ready for some competition. Whenever I did try to guard a client, I got run over. But the purpose of the exercise was to get the athlete to overcome their fear of charging and they did that with me. The other things I worked on with my Basketball clients were making more free throws and eliminating the fear of shooting the ball (Fear of Missing the Shot)."