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I present locally, regionally, and nationally on topics related to improving athlete mental health and strengthening performance in sport, business, and life. I have experience speaking to athlete, community, and professional audiences and tailor each talk to the needs of the group. Check out the links below for more information about each topic area.
Athlete mental health
Addressing the mental health needs of athletes is important! Athletes are not immune to mental health difficulties and often experience them at the same rates as non-athletes. Yet, they are less likely to seek mental health services. We must address the holistic health needs of student-athletes to help them perform their best in and out of sport. These talks can be geared toward student-athletes, coaches, or administrators to help understand and improve athlete mental health. These talks can range from 1 hour presentations (including keynotes) to half- or full-day workshops.
Sports medicine professionals are in a unique position when working with student-athletes and frequently manage a number of different physical, emotional, and psychosocial variables. These talks can be geared toward the relationship between athlete mental health and injury, mindset tools to help improve injury rehabilitation, or learning how to effectively identify and refer athletes for mental health related difficulties. These talks can range from 1 hour presentations (including keynotes) to half- or full-day workshops.
master your mindset
Mindset is an important component of performance and mental health. There are many components to developing an effective mindset, so it's important to have someone who can break down all those variables. These talks help audience members learn important techniques to stay on top of their mental game in sport, academics, business, and life. These talks can range from 1 hour presentations (including keynotes) to half- or full-day workshops.
Finding balance as a professional is hard and can feel like an unreachable goal. At the same time, there is mounting evidence to suggest professionals not paying attention to their well-being can have negative outcomes both professionally and personally. These talks help audience members learn some consequences to poor well-being within their profession as well as practical techniques to help them prioritize their own well-being. These talks can range from 1 hour presentations (including keynotes) to half- or full-day workshops.