PUNE (India) Following the lead of teams like Australia, India and Sri Lanka, last year Pakistan had decided to hire a motivational psychologist to help their players cope with pressure and perform well in the World Twenty20. The boys won the final after seeking help from Maqbool A Babri, popularly known as Max Babri. A practicing psychotherapist and a certified clinical hypnotherapist will now train few Rotarians in Sri Lanka, it is learnt here. Confirming the same, Max Babri said from Lahore, I have been Invited by the Rotary International Sri Lanka District to participate in the training of the incoming Rotary Club Presidents in Colombo and Kandy later this week. I will be talking on the leadership for service organisations and also about our public image. One of the evenings, I will do a relaxation through group hypnosis for the incoming Rotary leaders in Sri Lanka. During his visit to Sri Lanka, Max Babri may also meet the Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) board officials. My friend in Sri Lanka is trying to hold my meeting with the cricket board officials. It may however, not be possible for Babri to hold sessions with the players as many of them are playing IPL matches in India. Babris help has not yet been sought by the new Pak coach Waqar Younis. I have not been approached yet for any new assignment by PCB. My calendar looks pretty much full for April. However, if I am asked I will be happy to strengthen the thought process of the team, he added. The PCB hired his services for six days prior to the ICC World T20 in England last year and also for four days before the Champions trophy in South Africa. Additionally, he also worked with UAE-banned Mohammed Asif for three days.