As a lifelong athlete, I've always understood the importance of developing a mental/psychological aspect of one's game. Unfortunately, I grew up during a time when the mere mentioning of performance psychology or the need to improve the mental side of your game was ALWAYS seen as a sign of weakness. Despite the overwhelming pressure, whenever I did find myself in the presence of a psychological consul rather it be a performance psychology coach or sports psychologist, I've often felt the individual either lack relatability or, in most cases, seemed more interested in proving how much they already knew than in tailoring their content to meet my specific needs or concerns. I never imagined I'd one day be preoccupying a similar space to other athletes. I feel honored to be entrusted by each team and coach; I strive to deliver an unparalleled experience that meets the needs of each program, no matter their differences.