Dr Michelle Cleere

Dr Michelle Cleere

Performance Sports & Psychology Coach

As an elite performance expert, she helps top athletes, musicians, and executives in competitive fields unlock the power of the mind and create the mental toughness to be the best. Having struggled most of her life with her own performance hurdles, she is driven by not wanting others to experience the same battles.

Dr. Michelle helps her clients release performance anxiety, gain more confidence, and build resilience. With a PhD in Clinical Psychology, a Masters in Sports Psychology, and

years of hands on research, she is well grounded in theory and expert knowledge. As many clients attest, their experience with Dr. Michelle is exactly what they needed and more than they expected, “It was life changing.”

Her friendly energetic spirit puts her clients at ease and provides a comfort level for sensitive conversations. Dr. Michelle provides constant support through the challenging process of training the brain and makes it understandable and manageable.

Dr. Michelle’s bestseller line, Beating the Demons, helps clients develop practical skills to gain more control over competitive environments and mitigate the interruption in play to overcome intense odds and defeat adversity. Audiences across the country are inspired when she speaks about her methodologies. She is also a professor at John F. Kennedy University where she teaches her students the importance of coaching others to use the mind as an ally to improve performance.

Check out this article from Dr Michelle, just one of a series of excellent articles on her blog … Top 5 things coaches can do for a parent! 

Parents – The Other Customer

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Dr Michelle discusses the keys to balancing the player, coach, parent relationship, helping to agree expectations, understand the world through the eyes of the parents and support them in their very challenging role.

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Watch the Magic Happen – Working with Parents MasterClass

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Parents can be a challenge, they can be difficult. You may or may not start a season thinking about how to ‘deal with parents’.  The notion of dealing with something typically invokes feelings of negativity, suspicion, and even dread.  When we feel the need to “deal” with things they are usually unpleasant.  We deal with […]

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