We have assembled the best team of sports psychology experts, mental game coaches, and sports psychologists to help athletes, teams, coaches and performers reach peak performance faster. If you want to improve your mental game and performance with the best sports psychology experts in the country, peaksports membership is the right place!
PATRICK J. COHN, Ph.D., www.peaksports.com As the president
and founder of Peak Performance Sports, Dr. Patrick J. Cohn works with athletes
and teams worldwide from a variety of sport backgrounds. He has consulted
with the Miami Dolphins, PGA and LPGA Tour winners, national motocross champions,
and several others professional and amateur athletes from a variety of sports.
He has authored several books including Going Low, Peak Performance Golf,
The Mental Art of Putting, and The Mental Game of Golf. In addition to working
with athletes and teams worldwide, Dr. Cohn's MGCP program teaches coaches,
athletic trainers, and mental coaches in training how to help athletes achieve
peak performance. For more information, visit www.peaksports.com for one on
one mental training programs.
KEN RAVIZZA, Ph.D., Co-author of Heads Up Baseball Dr.
Ken Ravizza is a professor of kinesiology and health promotion at CSUF in
Fullerton, CA. One of the pioneers in the field of applied sports psychology,
Ken teaches sports psychology at CSUF, and is a sport psychology consultant
for the Titan Baseball, U.S. Olympic teams, the Anaheim Angels and many collegiate
teams. Ken is one of the most respected baseball and gymnastic sport psychology
consultants in the United States.
TOM HANSON, PH.D., www.focusedbaseball.com Professional
coach Tom Hanson, Ph.D., is the CEO of Heads-Up Performance, Inc., and helps
individuals and teams focus on the "M.I.T." -- the Most Important
Things. He was the full-time director of Performance Enhancement with the
New York Yankees in 2001, and has also consulted with the Texas Rangers, Anaheim
Angels and Minnesota Twins. In the business world, Hanson serves as an executive
coach, facilitating individual and team performance. Hanson co-authored the
book "Heads-up Baseball: Playing the Game One Pitch at a Time,"
His website, www.FocusedBaseball.com, is a "Mental Toughness Resource
for Players, Coaches and Parents."
JEFF JANSSEN, M.S., www.jeffjanssen.com Jeff Janssen, M.S.
helps coaches and athletes develop the team chemistry, mental toughness, and
leadership skills necessary to win championships. Janssen is the co-developer
and lead instructor of the prestigious Carolina Leadership Academy, widely
considered the top leadership development program in collegiate athletics.
He has presented programs at Michigan, Tennessee, Stanford, Texas, Purdue,
NC State, Florida, and dozens of other colleges across the nation. He authored:
Championship Team Building, The Seven Secrets of Successful Coaches, and The
Team Captain's Leadership Manual. Visit www.jeffjanssen.com for more info.
CHRISTIE GIALLORETO, M. Sc., C.C.C. Christie is a Mental
Skills Training Consultant with Westmount Consulting. Christie works with
mostly young athletes in many different sports and skill levels. Currently,
she is one of two sport psychology service providers for 10 Team Alberta teams
preparing for the 2005 Canada Summer Games. A graduate of Radford University
and Springfield College, she has worked in many sports such as NCAA Div. I,
professional hockey (AHL, IHL), 1999 Pan American Games, 2002 Salt Lake Winter
Olympic Games, and 2004 Arctic Winter Games. She is also a Canadian certified
counselor. Email: email@example.com.
KAY McDANIEL, www.kaymcdaniel.com Kay is a former professional
tennis player who competed at Wimbledon, the U.S. Open and the French Open
numerous times and played against legends such as Billie Jean King, Chris
Evert, Martina Navratilova, and Steffi Graf. She was ranked in the top 30
in the world in singles, top 20 in doubles. She won the first British Airlines
Concord Award for the "Fastest Serve in Women's Tennis" in 1986.
She is currently a university professor of Health Science for 15 years. She
writes a weekly column on "Sport Psyching" for the Chattanooga Free
Press and writes numerous articles on mental training and peak performance.