A series of videos featuring professionals and experts from a wide range of backgrounds.
These webinars, hosted several times each year, address important topics in the field of sport, exercise and performance psychology.
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Div. 47 Training Webinars
Exercise Psychology in Practice: Theory-based Perspectives to Transforming Exercise Behavior
Featuring: Linda Keeler, EdD; Jay Kimiecik, PhD; Sam Zizzi, EdD
Nov. 7, 2018
Three sport psychology professionals discuss research and best practice related to exercise promotion.
Beyond the Textbook: Lessons Learned while Working with Athletes with Eating Disorders
Featuring: Jessica Bartley, PsyD; Riley Nickols, PhD; Sharon Chirban, PhD
July 25, 2018
Three sport psychology professionals discuss research and best practice related to treatment for athletes with eating disorders.
Beyond Allyship: LGBTQ+ Inclusive Sport Psychology Practice
Featuring: Vikki Krane, PhD; Heather Barber, PhD; Lani Lawrence, PsyD
March 7, 2018
Three sport psychology professionals discuss research and best practice related to LGBTQ+ populations in sport.
Optimal Performance: Convergent Theories and Divergent Practices in Performance Psychology
Featuring: Sari Shepphird, PhD; Charlie Brown, PhD; Gloria Park, PhD, MAPP
Nov. 15, 2017
In this webinar, three professionals discuss theory and practice in performance psychology.
Athletes and Sexual Assault: Current and Future Practice in Prevention, Psychological Intervention and Organizational Response
Featuring: Connie Kirkland, MA, NCC; John Heil, DA; and Mitch Abrams, PsyD
June 21, 2017
This webinar explores issues related to sexual assault and interpersonal violence in sports.
Sport Psychology 4.0: How to Help Athletes Navigate the World of Social Justice Advocacy and Activism
Featuring: Diane L. Gill, PhD; Stephany Coakley, PhD; and Leeja Carter, PhD
Feb. 21, 2017
This webinar explores the intersection of social justice advocacy/activism and the fields of sport, exercise, and performance psychology (SEPP).
So, You Want to Be a Sport Psychology Professional
Featuring: Kate F. Hays; PhD; Mark Aoyagi, PhD; and Judy L. Van Raalte, PhD
April 20, 2016
Three sport psychology practitioners help undergraduate and graduate students find the right training path for their desired career.
Exploring Student Athlete Mental Health
Featuring: Jessica Mohler, PsyD
Nov. 18, 2015
Jessica Mohler, PsyD, draws on her experience and expertise working with college student-athletes on mental health and performance enhancement.