Dr. Marshall Mintz

Clinical and Sport Psychologist

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Sport Psychology Services 

In his sport and performance psychology practice, Dr. Mintz helps improve performance of:

  • Individual Athletes
  • Coaches
  • Teams
  • Performance Artists
  • Business Organizations

Dr. Mintz works with athletes, coaches and business professionals at all levels; Olympians, collegiate All Americans, CEOs and VPs, and scholastic athletes from elementary through high school.

 

He is a Certified Consultant of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) and in the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) Sport Psychology Registry of approved practitioners to work with Olympic athletes and national teams.  Dr. Mintz is a faculty member of Rutgers University's Sport Psychology specialization in the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology.

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Dr. Mintz is the Sport Psychologist for Atlantic Sports Health which provides comprehensive sports medicine services.

In addition, he is on the Advisory Board of the sport psychology division of Applied Skills and Knowledge.

As a consultant, he has provided the Sport Psychology services to the United States Rowing Team. 

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Dr. Mintz was a member of the United States Rowing Team in preparation for and at the Olympics in Beijing.  In addition to his USOC work, he provides sport psychology services to numerous university athletic departments through his New Jersey sport psychology practice.

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As a consultant, Dr. Mintz has provided Sport Psychology services to the NJ*NY Track Club athletes in preparation for the 2016 Rio Olympics.

As a consultant, he has provided the Sport Psychology services to the United States Equestrian Team.

As a consultant, he has provided Sport Psychology services to the PGA Tour.

His speaking and publishing activities have included being an invited lecturer at the United States Gymnastics Science Symposium at the Gymnastics World Championships, author for the Sport Psychology edition of the Journal of Applied School Psychology and creator of Mind Your Game performance seminars.  Dr. Mintz is Chair of the New Jersey Psychological Association's Sport Psychology Committee and former Chair of the Practice Committee of Division 47 (Sport and Exercise Psychology) of the American Psychological Association.

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Psychologists earn the designation Certified Consultant of the AASP after having met the standard of education and training in sport sciences and in psychology. They have also undergone an extensive review process. The AASP certification process encourages sport psychology professionals who complete it to maintain high standards of professional conduct while giving service to others.

Some sport psychology professionals may be listed on the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) Sport Psychology Registry, meaning that they are approved to work with Olympic athletes and national teams. To be in the Registry, a professional must be an AASP Consultant, a licensed psychologist and member of the American Psychological Association (APA). A Licensed Psychologist with specialization in Sport Psychology, is qualified to help you with personal or clinical problems (e.g., anxiety, depression, stress disorders) in addition to problems of a purely athletic/performance nature.  Dr. Mintz has all of these qualifications as an AASP Consultant, licensed psychologist, Member of APA, and is Certified by the USOC.