Helping individuals, athletes, families, teams, and business organizations reach their full potential through sports psychology and clinical psychology services.
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Sport and Performance Psychology / Clinical Psychology
Performance Anxiety, Underachievement and Motivation
The Pressure Within… The “yips,” “choking,” “collapsing down the stretch,” “underachievement.”They’re all signs of performance anxiety, distractibility, low self confidence, depressive reactions and physical tension hurting results. Make sure your motivation and intensity levels are optimal by developing strong mood and self-regulation abilities.
Injury Recovery and Pain Management Psychology
Understanding and managing the psychological factors related to injury or acute/chronic pain can shorten the recovery process and build resilience. Future injury can be avoided and performance increased as a result of the careful assessment of the injury.
Athletic and Business Performance Enhancement
Identifying behaviors, thoughts, emotions and sensations that require strengthening, and those that need to be changed, leads to improved performance and results.
About Dr. Mintz
Sport Psychology and mental well-being interacts with and affects physical wellness and performance. Dr. Marshall Mintz has committed his career to helping individuals, teams, and organizations optimize both: sound mind, sound body.
Specializing in the areas of sports psychology and organizational performance, Dr. Mintz is a most highly accomplished clinical and sport psychologist, licensed in New Jersey and South Carolina. Dr. Mintz has extensive experience in numerous athletic circles – particularly at the university, scholastic, and Olympic levels. A certified consultant of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology, he is also named in the U.S. Olympic Committee Sport Psychology Registry of approved practitioners. He has provided sports psychology consulting services for the U.S. Rowing and Equestrian Teams, was the sport psychologist for the Olympic Rowing Team that won three medals at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, and consulted with the NJ*NY Track Club in their preparation for the 2016 Rio Games.