Michelle Jolson, Clinical Sport Psychology Consultant
As a former division one women’s soccer player, Michelle has an understanding of the rigors of collegiate athletics. As a training doctoral level clinical psychologist, Michelle has worked with individuals from across the lifespan experiencing a wide-range of difficulties. She has experience working with individuals and groups coping with trauma, depression, anxiety, psychosis, mood dysregulation, life cycle transitions, loss, and intimate partner distress. Michelle strives to create a safe environment for her clients where they can engage in honest and open discourse and create personal growth.
Michelle has a strong interest in working with performers and athletes. She is the founder of the Sport and Psychology organization at William James College. In her work with Amplify Wellness + Performance, she has worked with collegiate and high school athletes at the individual and team levels. She has also worked with professional dancers at the individual and group levels. When working with teams, she has helped her clients build team cohesion, set goals, improve communication, engage in self-care, and overcome adversity. When working with individuals, she has helped her clients with various difficulties including performance anxiety, loss of star status, and coping with increased pressure.
Currently, Michelle is on APA pre-doctoral internship in San Francisco, CA. She is available for in-person or virtual consultation. She is receiving clinical supervision from Sharon Chirban, PhD and Michelle will be available for a discounted fee.