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I want to wipe away the tears that fall as you wonder, “How much longer can I keep going?,” “Will it ever get better?!,” and "Why is life so tough?" Through tears and laughter, a message of hope and possibility will be shared.
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Mayo Clinic Certified Health and Wellness Coach Certification
Ph.D., Sport and Exercise Psychology, University of Minnesota
M.A., Sport and Exercise Psychology, Western Illinois University
B.S., Exercise Science, Minnesota State Moorhead
For 12 years, I worked at Concordia University, St. Paul in the Kinesiology and Health Sciences Department as a professor. During my tenure, I taught a variety of classes, advised students on their academic pursuits, and collaborated with colleagues in a professional learning community. It was in this small group, that I helped write a book, and presented at numerous conferences around engaging students in the classroom.
Prior to being a professor, I worked as a sport psychology consultant, helping individual athletes and teams gain the mental edge in their sport. I also helped injured athletes mentally recovery from an injury. My own years of being a gymnast and seeing teammates physically and psychologically suffer an injury lead me to this profession and degree.
I worked at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota as a Johannson-Gund scholar between my Master's and Doctoral work. It was there that I performed much of my sport psychology services, while also conducting research, and publishing research articles around the psychology of sport injury.
I have been been married to my best friend, Andrew, for fifteen years. We have three beautiful children, Will, Anna, and Lily. We live outside of St. Paul, Minnesota and attend Shepard of the Valley Lutheran Church in Afton, Minnesota.
In my free time, I love to spend my summer's "Up North" while dreaming about living "Down South" in the winter. I love to paddle board, practice holy yoga, be in community with family and friends, and decorate my house through retail therapy.
You can contact me at [email protected].
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Angie xoxo, Wellwomen Thrive
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