Chris Stankovich

Website: http://www.drstankovich.com/

Chris Stankovich

Chris Stankovich, Ph.D., is a licensed professional clinical counselor and founder of Advanced Human Performance Systems, a counseling and performance center based in Columbus, Ohio. He offers performance-enhancement assistance to athletes, teams and coaches in the areas of athletic improvement, wellness, leadership, life skills and career development. Learn more about his work by visiting http://drstankovich.com and sportsuccess360.com. You can download his book, "The Mental Toughness Guide to Athletic Success" through the iTunes Bookstore.

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