2017 Highlights

As we look back on the past year, we are so grateful for the opportunity to impact lives. From athletes and sports teams to organizations, program staff, and young leaders, it’s always inspiring to see curiosity, hard work, and progress!


In 2017 we:

  • trained over 430 people on mental skills
  • presented workshops at 8 conferences and clinics, engaging over 280 youth and adults
  • supported a variety of performers and athletes, including swimmers, runners, sprinters, triathletes, chess players, soccer players, baseball and softball players, tennis players, wrestlers, and golfers
  • were featured on the RUNATL podcast with Big Peach Running Company
  • became chair of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP)’s Web Presence Committee
  • were invited to be on the Sport Psychology Professionals panel at the AASP-HBCU Conference
  • mentored 3 graduate students as an Adjunct Faculty member in John F. Kennedy University’s Sport Psychology program

More importantly, we’re proud of our clients for:

  • swimming and running best times at meets
  • finishing a first marathon
  • committing to colleges and successfully transitioning to college sports
  • winning matches and tournaments
  • returning from injury with confidence
  • improving composure in the batter’s box
  • embodying a growth mindset on the court
  • improving control over thoughts and emotions
  • showing confidence in practice and games
  • demonstrating true abilities on the course
  • finding motivation to keep playing
  • communicating better with coaches and parents

... and so much more!


Want to share your success story? We'd love to hear from you.


We’re so excited to head into 2018 still passionate about two things:

  1. Showing athletes, coaches, and parents that mental skills training is available and a crucial part of athletic development
  2. Helping athletes reach their goals by meeting them where they are and teaching relevant, evidence-based mental skills

Here’s the bottom line: At least 50% of performance is mental -- and so many athletes still train physically, technically, and tactically hoping that mental toughness will show up when it matters most. The reality is, to have grit, be resilient, and consistently perform at a high level, mental skills must be trained.


Thank YOU for your continued support!

- Abby & John