Very few athletes (in any sport) ever formally develop the mental & emotional “muscles” needed to be a consistent, sustainable high performer. They hear and know that sport is “90% mental”, but they aren’t proactive to develop the skills. As a result, they go up and down, lose motivation, struggle and ultimately fall short of where they want to go.
A little known secret is that the majority of elite athletes use sports psychology to become more self-aware, self-confident, mentally tough, organized and focused. These are all the skills world-class athletes have worked hard to develop and you can too.
John Dennis, LPC has over 20 years of experience in the field of athletics including both playing and coaching college level lacrosse. His understanding of individual, team sports and corporate athletes has guided him in working with world-class athletes. He has helped athletes at the high school, D1-D3 college and Olympic developmental levels work to reach their goals and achieve impactful results both on and off the field of competition.