My areas of
specialization are in Health Psychology and Sport Psychology.
Building upon training experiences in
individual, marital, family, and organizational problems, I assess
and treat a broad range of disorders and performance difficulties.
Whether consulting with sport/corporate teams about building a
cohesive winning culture, a school regarding a student's academic
or behavioral performance, discussing job, family or marital
conflicts with a couple, working with an individual to experience
more joy, pleasure, satisfaction in their work or personal life, or
enhancing an athlete's performance or their recovery from injury, my overarching goals are the
consultation work is directed
toward increasing personal effectiveness and resilience to
adversity. As a result, reducing anxiety, depression, confusion, and
the many unnecessary battles with the world is achieved. My work
with athletes and human performance effectiveness can be exclusively
devoted to sport behaviors, but includes an understanding of the
whole athlete as a person in context. Whether focusing on an
individual, couple, family, organization or team, my training and
experience enables a careful and thorough assessment of a problem in
its context. This leads to exciting discoveries and changes for
those seeking greater quality, effectiveness, joy and productivity
in their personal, athletic or work lives.
For over thirty years, my practice has
included consulting, teaching, writing, lecturing and advocacy in
several areas of professional psychology. In this latter role, I was
elected President of the New Jersey Academy of Psychology and
received their outstanding service award. I am currently the
managing partner of Springfield Psychological Associates, L.L.P., a
multi-specialty group practice with offices in Union, Morris and
Warren county New Jersey. In addition, I am Clinical Supervisor and
Contributing Faculty at
Rutgers University's Graduate School of Applied and Professional
Please browse through my web
site to find out more about my credentials as a licensed
psychologist; doctoral and postdoctoral training in family therapy,
marital and sex therapy, and psychoanalysis; and Certification as a
Consultant of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP)
and listed on the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) Sport Psychology
Registry of approved
practitioners to work with Olympic athletes and national teams.
My web site provides information about how I help people
overcome psychological problems and achieve performance goals.
Mintz, Psy.D., Psychologist
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