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Webinars

AASP offers webinars on a regular basis, providing valuable education on a wide range of topics by experts in the field. These are also available for on-demand purchase & viewing if you miss the live presentation. While credits towards CMPC® recertification can be earned by participating in AASP webinars, all students, members, and non-members are welcome to participate in AASP webinars and virtual conferences for professional development.

UPCOMING

May 2CMPC Exam Review Webinar II - Neuropsychological / Physiological Bases of Performance
May 15Supporting LGB Student-Athletes in College Athletics from a Scientist-Practitioner Approach

CMPC Exam Review Webinar II - Neuropsychological / Physiological Bases of Performance

Thursday, May 2, 2019
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm Eastern
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Central
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Mountain
11:00 am - 12:00 pm Pacific

Speakers
Penny Werthner, PhD, University of Calgary
Sommer Christie, PhD, University of Calgary
Louis Passfield, PhD, University of Calgary

This webinar will focus on two key areas of interest: the fundamental concepts of physiological preparation for sport competition and the leading concepts in psychophysiology research and practice. Essential physiology concepts to be discussed will be, for example, energy expenditure, aerobic and anaerobic metabolism, periodization, overload and recovery, burnout and the female athlete triad. From a psychophysiological perspective, the discussion will focus on the human nervous system, impact of stress on performance, neuropsychology of performance and a brief introduction to biofeedback training. There will be ample time for discussion and questions. 

CE Credit
No CE credit is offered for this webinar.

Registration

Registration closes on Tuesday, April 30.

Students - $25
AASP Members - $35
Non-Members - $50

Program Format
You can attend an AASP webinar from your home or office. All you need is an internet connection. You can see the presentation slides on your computer or mobile device, and listen to the audio through your device, or call in with a phone. Registrants will be provided with login information the day prior to the session. The webinar will also be archived for those who wish to watch it at a later date.


Supporting LGB Student-Athletes in College Athletics from a Scientist-Practitioner Approach

Wednesday, May 15, 2019
1:00 pm Eastern
12:00 pm Central
11:00 am Mountain
10:00 am Pacific
6:00 pm UTC

Session Length is 75 minutes

Speakers
Resa Lovelace, MEd, University of Maryland
Elizabeth Mullin, PhD, CMPC, Springfield College

Overview
With an increasing number of openly-identifying lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) student-athletes, it is incumbent on the mental performance consultant (MPC) to be knowledgeable of their experience and provide service that recognizes the impact of their sexual orientation in a traditionally heteronormative environment. The purpose of this presentation will be to educate practitioners on the current landscape in sport for LGB student-athletes based on current research and experience in the field of athletics. We will provide recommendations for how MPCs can support LGB college student-athletes and assist in promoting an inclusive atmosphere on teams and in athletic departments. 

Learning Objectives

  • Describe how LGB student-athletes have reported experiencing sexual prejudice, discrimination and/or marginalization in sport historically and currently and how that can impact their athletic experience
  • Better recognize sexual prejudice and heteronormativity within the sporting environment
  • Engage in behaviors that promote inclusion and individually support LGB student-athletes on their team and in their performance

Given the time constraints, this webinar will only address lesbian, gay male, and bisexual athlete experiences. Diverse gender identities and other diverse sexual orientations are beyond the scope of this presentation. AASP plans to offer additional webinars on these identities and experiences in the future.    

CE Credit
This program has been approved for 1.25 hours of CE to partially meet the continuing education re-certification requirement for Certified Mental Performance Consultants® (CMPC).

CMPC Knowledge Area
K8: Diversity and Culture; Required CE area – Diversity 

APA Credit
AASP now partners with the Professional Sport Psychology group to offer APA credit for its webinars. The cost is $10, in addition to the webinar registration fee. APA certificates will be emailed 2-4 weeks after the webinar.

Registration



Registration closes Monday, May 13.

Students - $25
AASP Members - $35
Non-Members - $50

Program Format
You can attend an AASP webinar from your home or office. All you need is an internet connection. You can see the presentation slides on your computer or mobile device, and listen to the audio through your device, or call in with a phone. Registrants will be provided with login information the day prior to the session. The webinar will also be archived for those who wish to watch it at a later date.

About the Speakers

Resa Lovelace, MEd is the Assistant Athletic Director of Student-Athlete Development at the University of Maryland. With oversight of the Student-Athlete Development Unit, she works with staff to provide programs for career development through the Gossett Fellowship & InTERPship Academy. Alongside that area, her five pillars include, Community Outreach, Diversity & Inclusion Advocacy, Mentorship, Leadership & Character Development and Personal Development. She also has direct involvement with the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and building relationships across the Big Ten Conference. An advocate for diversity & inclusion, she has been named Founders Club Chair for LGBTSportSafe organization. She has also been a speaker at the NCAA Inclusion Forum and University of Oregon Law School, to discuss LGBTQ issues in sport. Most recently, she was invited to participate in the NCAA Common Ground discussions with religious institutions regarding LGBTQ topics. She has been an active member of the Women Leaders in College Sports for the past five years. As an active member of Women Leaders, she is the Co-Chair of the Academics & Student-Athlete Development circle & on the Mentor Program Committee, and had previously served for two years on the Education & Professional Development Committee. A native of College Park, MD, Lovelace holds a Master’s in Education in Sports Management from Old Dominion University and a Bachelor’s of Arts in Sports Management from Hampton University. She was a NCAA Collegiate bowler for Hampton University.

Dr. Elizabeth M. Mullin is an Assistant Professor of Research and Statistics in the Exercise and Sport Studies Department at Springfield College, where she also serves as the Graduate Coordinator. Mullin received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, magna cum laude with a high honors thesis, from Mount Holyoke College. She completed her Master’s degree and PhD in Sport and Exercise Psychology at Springfield College. For her dissertation, Mullin developed a valid and reliable scale to measure heterosexist attitudes in women’s collegiate athletics. Her research agenda focuses on gender and sexual orientation identity in sport, working with both athletes and coaches.  She has published 30 peer-reviewed articles, book chapters, or abstracts, presented over 60 times at the state, regional, national, or international level, and currently serves at the Buxton Professor at Springfield College. She received the Measurement and Evaluation Council of American Association of Physical Activity and Recreation Graduate Student Scholarship, the Hally Beth Poindexter Young Scholar Award from the National Association for Kinesiology in Higher Education and the Mabel Lee Award from SHAPE America. She is a Fellow for SHAPE America and the Association for Applied Sport Psychology. Dr. Mullin is a Certified Mental Performance Consultant from the Association for Applied Sport Psychology and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist from the National Strength and Conditioning Association. She resides in Leeds, MA, with her wife, Lauren, her sons, Will and Ethan, and their two adopted pets.

 


ARCHIVED SESSIONS

Webinars are 75 minutes; Virtual Conferences are 3 hours. To claim CE credits for an archived webinar, sumbit your registration confirmation email with your recertification application. You may also email us with the name of the webinar after you watch if you prefer a certificate.


Virtual Conference: Best Practices in Starting, Developing, and Sustaining a Private Practice
Speakers: Carly Anderson, PhD, CMPC, Premier Sport Psychology, USA; Justin Anderson, PsyD, Premier Sport Psychology, USA; Angel Brutus, PsyD, Mississippi State University, USA; Kate F. Hays, PhD, CMPC, The Performing Edge, Canada; Traci Statler, PhD, CMPC, Cal State Fullerton, USA; Shameema Yousuf, CMPC, Empower2Perform, UK
April 2019  |  3.0 CE Credits
K2: Sport Psychology

Teaming Up: Establishing and Navigating Effective Multidisciplinary Teams to Best Serve Clients
Speakers: Jeni Shannon, PhD, CMPC, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill & Lauren Tashman, PhD, CMPC, Align Performance LLC
March 2019  |  1.25 CE Credits
K2: Sport Psychology

Developing Resilience for Sustained Success: Science to Practice
Speaker: Mustafa Sarkar, PhD, Nottingham Trent University
December 2018  |  1.25 CE Credits
K2: Sport Psychology

CMPC Exam Prep Webinar I - Assessment of Individuals, Teams/Groups & Organizations
Speakers: Ale Quartiroli, PhD, CMPC, University of Wisconsin - La Crosse & Christopher Wagstaff, PhD, University of Portsmouth
November 2018
Please note, no CE credit is offered for this session.

Professional Development as a Journey - with the Supervisor as a Tour Guide
Speakers: Jess Bartley, PsyD, CMPC, University of Denver & Vana Hutter, PhD, VU University Amsterdam
September 2018  |  1.25 CE Credits
CMPC Required CE Area: Mentorship/Supervision

Essential Ethics for the AASP Professional
Speakers: Ed Etzel, EdD, CMPC, West Virginia University & Brandonn Harris, PhD, CMPC, Georgia Southern University
May 2018  |  1.25 CE Credits
K1: Professional Ethics and Standards; Required CE area – Professional Ethics 

Virtual Conference: Beyond the Arena - Consulting with Non-Sport Performance Populations
Speakers: Michael Asken, PhD, Pennsylvania State Police, Charlie Brown, PhD, Get Your Head in the Game, Noa Kageyama, PhD, The Juilliard School, Jean François Ménard, Kambio Performance, Glenn Pfenninger, CMPC, Ignite Performance Groups
April 2018  |  3.0 CE Credits
K2: Sport Psychology

Becoming the Instructor You Wish You Had: A Graduate Student and Young Professional's Guide to College Teaching 
Speakers: John Coumbe-Lilley, PhD, CMPC, University of Illinois at Chicago, Pete Kadushin, PhD, Western State Colorado University, Amber Shipherd, PhD, CMPC, Texas A&M University - Kingsville
February 2018  |  1.25 CE Credits
K2: Sport Psychology

Red Pill, Blue Pill: Decoding the Matrix of Cultural Diversity and Inclusion 
Speakers: Leeja Carter, PhD, Long Island University-Brooklyn & Kensa Gunter, PsyD, CMPC, Private Practice, Atlanta, GA
December 2017 | 1.25 CE Credits
K8: Diversity and Culture; Required CE area – Diversity 

Athletes in the Age of Addiction: Trends, Implications and Interventions
Speakers: LaTisha Bader, PhD, CMPC, Center for Dependency, Addiction and Rehabilitation (CeDAR) & Kelsey Erickson, PhD, Leeds Beckett University
September 2017 | 1.25 CE Credits
K4: Psychopathology

Preventing and Treating Eating Disorders in Athletes: Updates, Resources, and Recommendations for Researchers and Practitioners Working Together
Speakers: Dana K. Voelker, PhD, CMPC, West Virginia University & Riley Nickols, PhD, McCallum Place Eating Disorder Centers
June 2017  |  1.25 CE Credits
K4: Psychopathology

Virtual Conference: In Order to Thrive, The Field of Sport Psychology Must...
Speakers: Wendy Borlabi, PsyD, CMPC, Chicago Bulls, Mike Chu, New Zealand Rugby, Alex Cohen, PhD, CMPC, United States Olympic Committee, Jonathan Fader, PhD, CMPC, SportStrata, Laura Finch, PhD, CMPC, St. Cloud State University, Eric Wedge, Toronto Blue Jays
April 2017  |  3.0 CE Credits
K2: Sport Psychology

Career Transitions in Sport: New Trends in Research and Practice
Speaker: Natalia Stambulova, PhD, Halmstad University, Sweden
February 2017  |  1.25 CE Credits
K2: Sport Psychology

Sport Psychology Services for Elite Athletes Who Have Disabilities: Lessons Learned and Implications for Practice and Research
Speakers: Sara Mitchell, PhD, United States Olympic Committee & Jamie Shapiro, PhD, CMPC, University of Denver
December 2016  |  1.25 CE Credits
K8: Diversity and Culture; Required CE area – Diversity 

Mental Health in Collegiate Athletics: The Role of Sport Psychology
Speakers: Jesse Steinfeldt, PhD, CMPC, Indiana University & Carmen Tebbe Priebe, PhD, CMPC, University of Iowa
August 2016  |  1.25 CE Credits
K4: Psychopathology

Virtual Conference - Consulting With Elite Sport
Speakers: Ceci Clark, MS, Cristina Fink, PhD, Colleen Hacker, PhD, CMPC, Aimee Kimball, PhD, CMPC, Ian Maynard, PhD, Sean McCann, PhD, CMPC
February 2016  |  3.0 CE Credits
K2: Sport Psychology

Mindful Attention and The Elite Athlete
Speakers: Amishi Jha, PhD, University of Miami & Peter Haberl, EdD, United States Olympic Committee
September 2015  |  1.25 CE Credits
K2: Sport Psychology

Virtual Conference - Changing the Game: Transformative Advances in Youth Sport
Speakers: Lindsey Blom, PhD, CMPC, Jean Côté, PhD, Tom Farrey, Vicki Harber, PhD, Katherine Tomaino, MPH, Amanda Visek, PhD, CMPC
April 2015  |  3.0 CE Credits
K2: Sport Psychology

Applied Psychophysiology: Biofeedback and Neurofeedback for Sport Psychology Scientists and Practitioners
Speakers: Lindsay Thornton, EdD, United States Olympic Committee & Leonard Zaichkowsky, PhD, Sport Science Consultant
January 2015  |  1.25 CE Credits
K7: Psychological Foundations of Behavior

Now You See Me, Now You Don't: Appreciating the Context of Multiculturalism and Intersectionality within the Framework of Sport and Exercise Psychology Consultations
Speakers: William Parham, PhD, ABPP, Loyola Marymount University & Carole Oglesby, PhD, CMPC, Temple University - Emeritus
August 2014  |  1.25 CE Credits
K8: Diversity & Culture; Required CE area – Diversity

Best Practices in Supervision for Developing Competent Consultants
Speakers: Judy Van Raalte, PhD, CMPC, Springfield College & Artur Poczwardowski, PhD, CMPC, The University of Denver
July 2014  |  1.25 CE Credits
Required CE area – Mentorship/Supervision

Exercise Psychology In Practice: Using Sport & Exercise Psychology Skills and Training to Promote Physical Activity Across the Lifespan
Speakers: Joan Duda, PhD, CMPC, University of Birmingham & Sam Zizzi, PhD, CMPC, West Virginia University
February 2014  |  1.25 CE Credits
K2: Sport Psychology

Performance Enhancement for College Athletes
Speakers: Ken Ravizza, PhD, CMPC, California State University, Fullerton & Nicki Moore, PhD, University of Oklahoma
December 2013  |  1.25 CE Credits
K2: Sport Psychology

Psychosocial Applications in Sport Injury Rehabilitation: An Evidence-Based Approach
Speakers: Britton Brewer, PhD, CMPC, Springfield College & Jordan Hamson-Utley, PhD, ATC, Weber State University
June 2013  |  1.25 CE Credits
K2: Sport Psychology

Performance Psychology within the Military
Speakers: Dave Riccuti, EdD, CMPC, Special Operations Cognitive Enhancement & Performance (SOCEP), Shannon Baird, PhD, Comprehensive Solider & Family Fitness (CSF2), U.S. Military, & Ceci Clark, MS, Special Operations Cognitive Enhancement & Performance (SOCEP)
April 2013  |  1.25 CE Credits
K2: Sport Psychology

Starting and Sustaining Your Private Practice 
Speakers: Carrie Cheadle, MA, CMPC, carriecheadle.com & Jack J. Lesyk, PhD, CMPC, Ohio Center for Sport Psychology
January 2013  |  1.25 CE Credits
K2: Sport Psychology

Mental Preparation for the Olympic Games
Speakers: Daniel Gould, PhD, CMPC, Michigan State University & Sean McCann, PhD, CMPC, United States Olympic Committee 
August 2012  |  1.25 CE Credits
K2: Sport Psychology