About

Karlene is an Adjunct Professor in Sport Psychology Program and teaches Ethics & Professional Issues in Sport Psychology A and B, and Developing a Consulting Practice B.
Karlene is a Mental Training Consultant and works with athletes and teams teaching mental training techniques and team building strategies. She works with athletes in sports such as golf, skating, swimming, tennis and gymnastics; baseball, softball, basketball, soccer, and others.
Karlene co-presented at the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP)
conference in Salt Lake City, UT (2009) and in Honolulu, HI (2011). In 2012 and 2013, she co-presented at the National University Center for Performance Psychology Conference.
Karlene is the author of the book, Winning the Mental Way: A practical guide to team building and mental training. Additionally, she co-authored a book chapter on peer consultation titled “The Significance of Gaining Support and Avoiding the ‘Lone Ranger Trap” in the book Becoming a sport, exercise, and performance psychology professional.
She is also a member of the Association of Applied Sport Psychology (AASP).

Programs/Courses

  • Ethics & Professional Issues in Sport Psychology A
  • Ethics & Professional Issues in Sport Psychology B

Selected Publications

Winning the Mental Way: A practical guide to team building and mental training