Mental Skills Coach
Carrie Cheadle lives in Petaluma, just north of San Francisco, California and has been working on peak performance with teams, organizations, and individual athletes since 2002. Carrie received her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology at Sonoma State University and her Master of Arts degree in sport psychology at John. F. Kennedy University. She has been a member of AASP (Association for Applied Sport Psychology) since 2002 and became an AASP certified consultant in 2007. Carrie is also adjunct faculty for both Dominican University of California and John F. Kennedy University teaching undergraduate and graduate level sport psychology classes.
She has worked with athletes at every level, from recreational athletes to elite and professional athletes competing at national and international levels. Carrie has worked with athletes and teams in many different sports and specializes in working with cyclists and endurance athletes. She is a sought-after speaker for endurance training groups and cycling teams across the country. Carrie also specializes in working with athletes and exercisers with Type 1 diabetes and is the Director of the Mental Skills Training Program for Diabetes Training Camp.
Carrie has written a number of articles and guest blogs and has been interviewed as an expert resource for articles that have appeared in VeloNews, Outside Magazine, Bicycling Magazine, Sporting Kid, Snowboard Canada, Men’s Fitness, and Women’s Health. She is also currently working on her first book, coming out Summer 2013, which will provide essential Mental Skills Training tools for novice to professional athletes and highlighting the mental preparation it takes to achieve peak performance.
Carrie is energetic, fun, has a great sense of humor, and employs a real-life approach to working on the mental aspects of sport and performance with the athletes she works with. Carrie has her own personal commitment to life-long fitness and when she isn’t working with athletes, you might find her running or hiking a trail, riding her bike, or hitting the slopes on her snowboard.