Improving Mental Health In Sport

I sat down with the founder of charity Generation Next Robert Jones Black, as well as Duke collegiate athlete Pheobe Brinker and Taylor Roberts, Florida collegiate athlete, to discuss mental health for golf athletes. Generation Next Project’s mission is to provide mental health awareness and support for young golfers.    As the expert Clinical Psychologist…

Pressure On Youth Athletes: Part 1

In today’s world, youth athletes are facing unparalleled levels of pressure from themselves, their parents, and their coaches. As the competition continues to grow stronger, the demands of perfection placed upon athletes begin earlier. As a former collegiate athlete at Colgate University and current psychology graduate student, I can attest to the magnitude of influence…

Golf Tips

Mental game matters in ALL sports, but the nature of individual sports, such as golf, poses an added challenge because, at the end of the day, you can only rely on yourself (and you only have yourself to blame). Repetitive practice, in particular with coaching, continues to build confidence, which will benefit your mental game.…

11 Daily Habits Of Highly Successful People

In my practice, I regularly come across people who are looking for some support and guidance in achieving their big goals. If you dream of being a highly successful person 11 daily habits will help you reach the summit of your Everest. Check out https://apple.news/A2Kuxs14-TXCsXC8O1tE10Q for more info! Seek Discomfort  While it requires going against…

Six Types of Boundaries for Healthy Relationships

In my practice, I regularly come across individuals and couples who feel overextended and misunderstood in their relationships. Often it’s because boundaries are unclear. There are 6 types of boundaries to consider if you are looking to improve the health and quality of your relationships. Intellectual boundaries relate to how opinions, thoughts, and conversational topics…