Just thought I'd share some good news and offer perhaps a little encouragement to anyone who is struggling with the Yips. My son had nearly ended his career due to the Yips but has gotten through it albeit not without tremendous emotional pain. Much of it was completely unnecessary.
One of several observations I made while he struggled with it is how many people in baseball have it from time to time. Nearly every teammate or former player who talked to him had beaten it but yet we mostly hear about the negative outcomes as you search for a cure. Given that it is so commonplace in baseball, I'm puzzled why coaches at the collegiate and professional levels are more in tune with helping the player get through it.
That said, anyone who may be struggling with this should know that the Yips are very beatable. Hearing the number of success stories along with help from friends in specific drills was the key. Feel free to reach out if you know someone struggling with this. If we can help someone else, it would be a pleasure to give back as so many helped my son.