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Performance/Sports Psychology

Sat on the Rocks


I work to help all types of professionals, businesses, athletes, and coaches identify and address challenges and blocks that keep them from achieving their optimal performance and well-being.

Some common examples of these challenges are struggles with anxiety, fear of failure, insecurity, unhappiness, confusion, repeated struggles with certain performance skills, and lack of trust in yourself and your decisions. Some of these challenges may be driven by your own life experiences and some may be further complicated by common systemic challenges associated with your professional or athletic organization. Both of these factors are considered and focused on during our process together.

I explore developmental, physical, emotional, and social aspects that may impact your performance goals. This consideration of both the psychological and physiological aspects of performance allows a process to unfold that has a holistic view and response. Your engagement in this process leads to enhancement of your overall performance and well-being. 

Countryside Road

How we get there

I use a combined approach with Internal Family Systems (IFS) and Brainspotting to help professionals, athletes, and coaches discover what may be blocking them from achieving optimal performance in any area. We will work to access information that may be held deep in your brain that may be impacting your performance and life. Work will be done to process through this information, reconnect you to your body, and updated your system with current information that often leads to in improvement in your overall performance and your general well-being.

This process emphasizes a non-judgmental approach to self-exploration, where you are encouraged to develop a compassionate and curious attitude towards the parts of you that comprise you.

This process and healing allows clarity, confidence, and ability to achieve your goals for optimal performance.

It also moves you into a place where you experience change and movement that impacts your overall well-being.

Performance/Sports Psychology: Inventory
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