As a resource for its students, the Student Development Committee recorded several brief interviews with students and professionals with the goal of providing advice to students on various topics, like research, grants, choosing a graduate program, and starting a practice. Included in this resource are videos by Dr. Kit on counseling and sports performance.
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Collaboration Webinars Between APA Division 47 and AASP
- Careers in Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology
- So, You Want to Be a Sport Psychology Professional
- From Preparation to Competition: Exploring Student-Athlete Mental Health
Student Development Committee Videos
- Advice for Starting the Research Process
- Grant Writing Advice for Students
- How Can Students Be Involved in AASP?
- Tips for Attending Your First Conference
- Tips for Starting Your Private Practice
- What to Think About When Choosing a Graduate Program
Dr. Kit Videos
- Counseling (Sport Psychology) PhD - Faculty Advice
- Sport and Performance Psychology MA - Faculty Advice
- Counseling (Sport Psychology) PhD - Student Advice
- Sport and Performance Psychology MA - Student Advice
- Clinical and Sport Psychologist Career
Justine Vosloo, PhD, CMPC, Associate Professor, Department of Exercise Science and Athletic Training, Ithaca College presents on job opportunities and compensation insights for mental performance work. The research was supported by the AASP Research Grants Program and included team members Sebastian Harenberg, PhD, Alessandro Quartiroli, PhD, CMPC, Chris Wagstaff, PhD, and Natalie Durand-Bush, PhD. Learn more about the study's findings with this infographic.
Careers in Applied Psychology: Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology
This engaging panel on careers in Sport, Exercise, and Performance (SEP) Psychology presents six SEP psychologists who work as a master resilience trainer-performance expert with the U.S. Army, a sport psychologist with the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC), a mental performance consultant in private practice, a university faculty member implementing grant-supported programs addressing life-long exercise and physical activity, and a clinical and sport psychologist working with professional athletes in the NFL, NBA, and WNBA.
In addition to an overview of the field of SEP psychology, the panelists provide insight about graduate education and deciding on a career path in sport, exercise, and performance psychology.
Featuring Mark Aoyagi, PhD, CMPC, Kate F. Hays, PhD, CMPC, Judy Van Raalte, PhD, CMPC, this webinar was created to help students find the right graduate training path for their desired career in applied sport psychology and was hosted by Division 47 Society of Sport, Exercise & Performance Psychology of the American Psychological Association (APA) and co-sponsored by AASP.
Featuring Jessica M. Mohler, PsyD, CMPC, this webinar was geared towards students in training programs in applied sport & exercise psychology and was hosted by Division 47 Society of Sport, Exercise & Performance Psychology of the American Psychological Association (APA) and co-sponsored by AASP.
Bill Way, MS, and Rob Schinke, EdD, discuss how and why students should become involved with research during their academic careers.
Amanda Visek, PhD, and Candace Hogue provide tips for writing grants and explain their benefits.
Leigh Bryant, MS, talks about a number of ways students can involve themselves in the Association for Applied Sport Psychology.
Nick Galli, PhD, and Anna-Marie Jaeschke, MS, give some great practical advice for first-time conference attendees.
Jack Lesyk, PhD, CMPC shares useful information for how you can start your own consulting practice.
Dolores Christensen, MA, and Jack Watson, PhD, CMPC, share their thoughts on how students can select a graduate program that fits them.
Trent Petrie, PhD, talks about what you can do with a counseling doctoral degree focused on sport psychology and tips for those interested in this career path.
Mark Aoyagi, PhD, discusses what types of careers (army, coaching, etc.) are available to those with a master's degree in sport psychology.
Joey Ramaeker, a doctoral student earning his PhD in counseling psychology with an emphasis on sport psychology, discusses why he chose this route along with advice for students going this route.
Chad Doerr, a master's student pursuing a degree in sport and performance psychology, shares what he has learned from his program and challenges he has encountered in this area.
Jessica Dale, PsyD, describes her typical day as a clinical and sport psychologist along with advice on what you need to do to become one.