Maximize Your Potential

Mental Training for Teams, Athletes and Performers

Superior guidance backed by the only nationally accredited certification for mental performance consultants in the world.

Certified Mental Performance Consultant®

Our goal is to provide field-tested, functional mental training tools for athletes and performers who need to be their consistent best.

Our techniques and programs are backed by current science based sport psychology principals and over 25 years of hands-on sports performance training.

We customize our programs to the specifics of a client’s sport/performance, age, skill level, and needs because not every athlete or performer takes the same path.

Mental training for soccer players, athletes, performers and teams.


Don’t see a fit? Contact us for consulting or custom programs!

Individual Athletes

Collegiate Games Coached

Years Experience in Sports Psychology

Who We’ve Worked with & Certifications

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Emerald City Football Club
The Lakeside School Soccer Club
Campbell University Soccer
Valparaiso Women's Soccer
DePaul University Blue Demons Soccer
Gonzaga University Soccer
University of Idaho Vandals Varsity Soccer
Seattle Sounders Women's Soccer League
Seattle Sounders U-23 Premier Soccer Development League
University of Washington Gymnastics

Association for Applied Sport PsychologyNational Soccer Coaches Association of AmericaUnited States Soccer FederationMental Training for Athletes Certification

Thrive: Excellence in Sport Performance


Do any of the following sound familiar? Connect to talk more about how working with a Certified Consultant in Applied Sport Psychology can support you in reaching your goals. “I don’t perform as well in games as I do in practices.” “My performance in big competitions is worse than in regular games.” “I have difficulty concentrating or frequently lose focus.” “I have difficulty recovering from mistakes.” “I’m coming back from an injury and don’t feel confident.” “I wish my performances were more consistent.” “I have a hard time coping with stress.”