Dr. Tim Jandro
I have always had a passion for sports and spent the majority of my youth competing. I was able to excel in golf and played it in high school and college. Reflecting on this experience, I wish I would have had someone to talk to about why I had a passion for golf and what I could be doing to maximize my potential. After college, I coached youth hockey and high school hockey. This experience rejuvenated my passion for working with athletes. It brought to the forefront how much I enjoyed creating relationships with them and spending hours talking about things other than hockey. I made a leap of faith and decided to go back to school and get my masters and doctorate in counseling psychology. Now my focus is on helping athletes become the best versions of themselves, utilizing psychological techniques, skills, and interventions. I truly believe that the brain is like any other muscle in the body and in my opinion the most important. Yet today we spend most of our time training the other muscles in our body. Therefore, my companies focus is to use psychologically proven techniques and skills to train the brain so athletes can perform at their peak performance.