Managing Myself as a Student/Athlete
30+ years working with athletes. I am a licensed sports massage therapist and trigger point therapist, a nutritionall consultant, vocation and rehabilitation couselor and university professor.
I have served as Asst. Commissioner for a state vocational rehabilitation agency. I taught in the graduate program at Assumption College for 15 years and was a adjunct professor at Tufts University for 16 years working with the Heathl Services Wellness program.
I am a Switzer Fellow
I was National prsident of the National Rehabilitation Counseling Association
Mentor of the Year for the Massachusetts Mentoring Association in 2010
Member of the Interenational Olympics Sports Massage program,, 1996
Own my own massage practice for 25+years
I am Executive Director of The Student/Athlete Educational Foundation, Inc.
I have worked with hundreds of high school student/athleltes,college athletes and professional athletes as well.
Experience: 30 years
Every student/athlete is unique. You are, but do you know how to manage your uniqueness?
This course will help you learn to manage your own life in the three most important areas...family, friends, and community; academics; and athletics.
Starting with family, you will learn how to have a good role with your parents, taking responsibility to help, learn skills from them, and how to communicate together positively...with friends, how to have good friends, and in the community to show that you care.
When it comes to academics, you will learn how to plan, manage and execute all the parts of your high school years...classes, extras, homework, thinking about a career,and the college search.
Your athletic success will depend on your knowledge off good nutrition, conditioning for your sport, recovery, injury-prevention, stress management and more.
Let's get started with you taking control of you.