Trey McCalla is a high performance mental skills specialist who works with amateur and elite athletes in various traditional sports that include baseball and distance running, and also spends considerable time working with action and extreme sports athletes. The past two years, Trey worked exclusively with the United States Army training soldiers in sport psychology and resilience. He assists all his clients with the same approach: to discover the best methods to create more consistent performance more frequently, whether in the calmness of familiarity or the pressure of uncertainty. Trey found his passion for sport psychology through reflection of his career in sports and the curiosity of what factors separate the elite from the amateurs. Originally hailing from the East Bay in Northern California, Trey has spent time traveling up and down the state of California pursuing his education and thirst for adventure


  • Sport Psychology

Selected Publications

McCalla, T., & Quinn, S.K. (2017). Using technology in practice: How do you stay connected? In A. Pope-Rhodius, S. Robinson, & S. Fitzpatrick (Eds.) Excelling in sport psychology: Planning, preparing and executing applied work. New York, NY: Routledge

McCalla, T., & Fitzpatrick, S. (2016) Integrating Sport Psychology within a High Performance Team: Potential Stakeholders, Micropolitics, and Culture. doi:10.1080/21520704.2015.1123208

Credentials & Accolades

John F. Kennedy University, Master’s Degree, Sport Psychology, 2012-2014

John F. Kennedy University, Graduate Certificate, Sport and Exercise Performance, 2012-2014

San Diego State University-California State University, Bachelor’s Degree, International Security and Conflict Resolution, 2003-2007