Mackenzie Brown, PsyD, Sport Psychology Expert
Mackenzie believes the individual we become is shaped by the experiences we have. As a Division 1 rower at SUNY Buffalo, she confronted an injury and career-ending health issue and, out of that experience, her passion for sport psychology was born.
Mackenzie coached Novice Women’s Rowing at The College of William and Mary and Novice Men at Northwestern University. Through her coaching, she incorporated various performance enhancement techniques along with imagery, relaxation, and focus skills. Mackenzie has worked in college counseling centers at Keane State University, The University of Rhode Island, City Colleges of Chicago, John Marshall Law School and has worked with many athletic departments, coaches, and teams for sports performance consulting.
Mackenzie is the Interim Assistant Director at Keene State College Counseling Center and co-liaison to the athletic department. In her free time, she trains for her next endurance performance, enjoys outdoor adventures and exploring lands near and far, and seeks out live music.
Mackenzie received a master’s degree in Sports and Exercise Psychology and her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She grew up in New Jersey.