Mac Brown, PsyD, Clinical Sport Psychologist
Life often presents challenges that can catch us off guard or temporarily throw us off course; Dr. Brown’s approach is to meet the person where they are at and focus on what can help provide that individual a renewed sense of grounding in the here and now.
Brown is a licensed clinical psychologist in the state of Colorado, NH, and Massachusetts and acquired his Certified Mental Performance Consultant (CMPC) certification through the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP). He completed his undergraduate studies at The University of Buffalo and his masters and doctorate at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in Chicago, IL.
As a former NCAA Division I athlete in rowing, he enjoys providing support for athletes negotiating their various identities outside of sport. Challenges that may arise during that time that Brown has experience working with include mood disorders, grief and loss, performance enhancement, transition out of sport, injury, relationship difficulties, gender identity, and sexual orientation. He has worked with athletes from all ranges of competition and age ranges 12-60.
Dr. Mac Brown joined the Psychological Health and Performance team at the University of Colorado’s Athletic Department in February 2020 as the Assistant Director, Training Coordinator. Prior to joining CU, he was the Assistant Director of Clinical Operations at Keene State College’s Wellness Center, Counseling Services, where he had previously completed his predoctoral internship training.