Stuart Singer has more than a decade of experience in both individual and group sport psychology performance, including responsibilities as an assistant director of a psychotherapy practice; director of counseling services; coach; and mental performance coach. He received his M.Ed. in Counseling from Shippensburg University in Pennsylvania, and he has completed his doctoral coursework in Sport and Performance Psychology at the University of the Rockies in Colorado Springs.
Singer has coached high school athletes in varsity soccer, basketball, track, and cross-country, and he was a graduate assistant for the women's cross-country and track teams at Shippensburg University. He currently serves as the performance enhancement coach for the Connecticut Sun of the WNBA, and he consults for several Division I college basketball programs.
Singer has developed a stress-management and performance course based on his research and experience improving the performance of thousands of student-athletes and professional staff. His current practice includes coaching mental performance skills to athletes from the elite high school level through college and the pros, as well as conducting training sessions, clinics, and consulting with coaches on how to develop healthy mental performance fundamentals. He is also a trained wellness coach and a member of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology. Learn more about Singer's practice at http://www.wellperformancecoach.com.
The only way to stay ahead in the unpredictable, competitive world of sports is to focus on the now. When the game rests on their shoulders, mentally tough athletes attend to the task at hand, not their past failures. It...
April 2, 2013 | Stuart Singer
Achieving championship success doesn't rely solely on the strength of the team or the talent of individual players. Although these factors are important, what's truly fundamental is the relationship between player and coach. When there's a true understanding between the...
January 4, 2013 | Stuart Singer
Improvements to your athletic performance are the direct result of committed and fundamentally sound practice. The mental game is no different. To develop a motivational mindset, you must hone your mental performance skills through perseverance and practice.
When developing your motivational...
September 4, 2012 | Stuart Singer