Trevor Cote, PhD Licensed Clinical Sport Psychologist
Dr. Trevor Cote’s passion is working with highly competitive individuals, helping to create an environment where they can perform at their best, athletically, personally, academically, and/or socially. The journey and sacrifice to be elite can be incredibly rewarding, but rarely does it come without obstacles, challenges, and intense pressure. As a collegiate soccer player who earned three All-Conference accolades as well as a clinician who has published scholarly writings and worked with Olympic and collegiate athletes for the past 10 years, Trevor has developed a unique approach that integrates performance enhancement training with a specific focus on treating the mental health concerns that inevitably show up in the pursuit of excellence.
Trevor received his doctorate in Counseling Psychology with a specialization in Sport and Performance Psychology from Boston University. Currently, he is the Coordinator of Student-Athlete Counseling and Performance Services at the College of the Holy Cross. Prior to joining Holy Cross, he worked with college students and student-athletes at the University of Connecticut, Boston University, and Brandeis University.
His professional and clinical interests include performance anxiety, transition in and out of sport, adjustment, athlete identity, injury recovery, mood related disorders, eating disorders, alcohol and other drug treatment, men’s issues, interpersonal relationships, mindfulness and self-compassion, and multiculturalism.