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IS YOUR CHILD REACHING THEIR MAXIMUM POTENTIAL?

Complete Performance Coaching is a team of highly skilled Performance Coaches.

We each specialize in different sports, and offer unique strengths that will allow you or your child to reach peak performance + maximum enjoyment.

 

We believe that examining the stories we tell ourselves, and taking a look from different angles, can change everything.

Maybe you’re a gymnast with a fear of going backwards.  A swimmer who can’t seem to go any faster.  Or a parent who is clueless about how to help your child succeed.  

We can help.  

Most of our clients start to see amazing results after just a few sessions.  Many feel more confident and less anxious after just the first phone call.

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MEET THE COACHES

Rebecca Smith, MA

The Founder and Director of Complete Performance Coaching, Rebecca has a Masters Degree in Sport Psychology, and she has been helping high achievers thrive under pressure for over 15 years.

“I specialize in work with athletes age 8-18 on overcoming fear and anxiety.  As a perfectionist gymnast, I struggled with my own demons.  Then I coached gymnastics, and still couldn’t figure out how to get kids through the mental blocks.  Now, I’m passionate about the science of the mind-body connection.  

I’ve come up with a step-by-step way to help young athletes break through fear and anxiety, build confidence, and find their flow, fast.”  

I work with individuals and teams from all over the US and the world via Skype or FaceTime.  I also meet clients face-to-face in Northern California.

To see if working with Rebecca is a fit for you or your child, let’s chat!  

Schedule a FREE Consultation with Rebecca

 

Diana Lattimore, PhD, CMPC

Diana is passionate about helping athletes find their confidence and inner strength in order to play and compete at their very best. Although Diana participated in three sports as a young girl, she put her basketball uniform and track shoes away in middle school to focus solely on gymnastics. Diana went on to compete at a Division I university, and despite a major injury her freshman year that sidelined her for over 13 months, she was able to come back to finish a great collegiate gymnastics career.

That injury paved the way to her career in Sport Psychology where she has been helping athletes for the past 10 years gain mental strength to not only get back in the sports they love, but also thrive in them.

Diana works with individual athletes as well as teams, specializing in working with injured athletes and those athletes who have lost their confidence along the way. She is a certified mental performance coach, an associate professor, National-rated gymnastics judge, and still an athlete at heart. Diana holds an undergraduate degree in Psychology, a master’s degree in Exercise & Sport Science with a specialization in Sport Psychology, and a PhD in Exercise Science.

To see if working with Diana is a fit for you or your child, let’s chat!  

Schedule a FREE consultation with Coach Diana

 

Sara Robinson, MA

Sara Robinson, MA, has worked as a Mental Skills Coach for over a decade. She has worked with recreational and competitive athletes, ages 7 to adult, in just about every sport, but works primarily with competitive gymnasts, cheerleaders, swimmers, and soccer players. She consults with individual athletes and teams, as well as presents to coaches and parents about mental skills to best support their athletes.

Sara believes every athlete and performer can benefit from mental skills training, and introduces techniques and strategies in ways that are fun, interesting, and appropriate to the client’s age and sport. She loves teaching clients new skills, supporting their goals, and helping achieve more consistent performance.

In addition to consulting, Sara is a freelance writer, contributing to sites like SportKid Live, The LPGA Network, RunSmart Online, and the Positive Routines blog. She is a former faculty member and supervisor for John F. Kennedy University’s Sport Psychology Department and is an editor and author for the book Excelling in Sport Psychology: Planning, Preparing, and Executing Applied Work.

To see if working with Sara is a fit for you or your child, let’s chat!  

Schedule a FREE Consultation with Sara

Eric Stevenson, MA, CMPC

Eric’s passion for helping athletes reach their full potential was sparked by his experience as a former collegiate baseball player. Eric faced the many challenges that come with achieving success, such as injury, nerves, loss of confidence, and loss of motivation.  He worked

with a performance coach himself to learn strategies to overcome those challenges.  His goal today is to provide athletes facing similar challenges the ability to improve their performance and provide them the resources and knowledge to reach their full potential.

Eric’s main focus is to enhance the overall performance of athletes by implementing techniques centered on building confidence, motivation, reducing performance anxiety, controlling emotions, and goal setting.  Coach Eric has had the opportunity to work with athletes from every level.  He has worked with Olympic competitors, professional golfers, collegiate athletes, and many High School and Middle School athletes. He learned no matter your age or level, everyone can benefit with an open mind and proper guidance.

Eric earned his Masters in Counseling with a Specialization in Sport and Health Psychology from Adler University in Chicago. Eric is a Licensed Professional Counselor and soon to be a Certified Mental Performance Coach through AASP (Association for Applied Sport Psychology). Currently, Eric is competing in local golf tournaments where he is able to test his own mental strength, ability, and maintain his competitive spirit.

To see if working with Eric is a fit for you or your child, let’s chat!  

Schedule a FREE Consultation with Eric

 

Kayla Rossell, MA

Kayla Rossell, MA, is a former professional cheerleader and collegiate athlete. Following her collegiate athletic career as a member of the cheerleading, dance and swim teams at Cal State East Bay, she continued professionally by dancing for the 49ers Gold Rush in the NFL.
Kayla’s very successful six year career with the 49ers included many accomplishments such as, dancing at the Super Bowl and being named team captain. All while, she facilitated weekly sport psychology seminars for the 49ers cheerleaders that specifically focused on mental skills that they can utilize on game day. Her experience with the 49ers Organization, has given her the opportunity to witness first-hand how sport psychology techniques can be implemented and utilized to positively impact professional athletes’ performance. Therefore, she is not only passionate about working with football players and dancers in the realm of sport psychology but has the tools, experience and knowledge to do so at the highest level.
       Kayla is currently a choreographer and dance teacher in the Bay Area. She is the founder and CEO of her own dance business that focuses on providing dancers the opportunity to let their inner confidence shine on the dance floor through the art of dance and mental skills techniques. Kayla has earned a Bachelors Degree in Psychology, Masters Degree in Sport Psychology and is currently in her 4th year as a Clinical Psychology doctorate student at JFK University.
In addition to teaching dance, Kayla works as a high school counselor where she gets to connect, teach and support young adults through their daily challenges. Kayla’s working experience has been supplemented by an array of sport and clinical psychology internships that focus on enhancing the performance of teenaged dancers, cheerleaders and football players. Kayla is extremely excited to share her experiences, knowledge and techniques as it is her passion to help athletes reach their full potential through the power of sport psychology.

To see if working with Kayla is a fit for you or your child, let’s chat!  

Schedule a FREE Consultation with Kayla

 

Taryn Brandt, PsyD, CMPC

Taryn Brandt, PsyD, CMPC, grew up as a competitive figure skater, dancer, and recreational gymnast. She also has experience in skiing, running, soccer, softball, volleyball, and grew up around hockey players. Her competitive figure skating career was highlighted by two trips to the Eastern Sectional Championships, both at the Senior level after medaling at the New England Regional Championships in 2009 and 2011. Her interest in sport and performance psychology began in high school, where Taryn was known as the “motivational speaker” and for her positivity at the ice arena- especially prior to major competitive events. After a year long ankle injury tested her confidence, Taryn chose to pursue a career where she could help athletes to overcome their own mental blocks and discover their own path to success and achievement.

Taryn has worked as a Mental Skills Coach since 2012 when she received her Master’s degree in Sport and Performance Psychology from the University of Denver. She has worked with recreational and competitive athletes, ages 7 to adult, in just about every sport, but has worked primarily with competitive figure skaters, gymnasts, swimmers, runners, tennis players, and golfers.

Taryn aims to help athletes and performers turn their aspirations into achievements that they can be proud of, while teaching life skills that will benefit them in all of their life’s endeavors.

In addition to consulting, Taryn is a post-doctoral sport psychology resident at Lehigh University Counseling and Psychological Services, providing services to student-athletes both individually and as part of their athletic team.

To see if working with Taryn is a fit for you or your child, let’s chat!  

Schedule a FREE Consultation with Taryn