Dr. Paul Ashbrook is a Mental Skills Coach and Professor of Sport and Performance Psychology at National and JFKU. Throughout the past 10 years, Dr. Ashbrook has consulted with a wide range of elite performers, utilizing mental skills training to enhance their performance. Dr. Ashbrook has spent a considerable amount of time consulting with elite golfers, both at the collegiate and professional levels. His research on individualized mental skills training in Division I collegiate golf was published in The Sport Psychologist, and he has also presented on the mental skills that differentiate successful and non-successful Division I collegiate golfers. With this knowledge and experience, Dr. Ashbrook is able to determine the needs of his clients and students, and help them reach their full potential.
- Sport Psychology
Ashbrook, P. R., Gillham, A., & Barba, D., (2018). The effects of an individualized mental skills training program on golf performance: A single-subject research design. The Sport Psychologist, 4, 275-289
Credentials & Accolades
University of the Rockies, Doctor of Psychology (PsyD), Sport and Performance Psychology, 2012-2016.
San Diego State University, MA, Sport and Exercise Psychology, 2008-2010.
University of California, Riverside, BA, Psychology 2003-2008.