Joanna Foss is a 4th year doctoral student in Counseling Psychology with a subspecialty in Sport Psychology at the University of Missouri. Joanna currently works as a Psychological Trainee in the University of Missouri Counseling Center and as a Mental Performance Coach in the University of Missouri Athletic Department. Joanna received her M.A. in Sport and Performance Psychology from the University of Denver in 2014 and her B.A. in Psychology from Marist College in 2012, where she competed as a member of the intercollegiate Volleyball team. Joanna was first exposed to sport psychology through an internship in the Center for Enhanced Performance at West Point during her undergraduate training, and she has been immersed in the field ever since. Joanna’s current research interest include the psychology of injury, fear and anxiety management, and performance enhancement in collegiate athletics.