Mandarin Cove Sports Psychology : Jacksonville

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Lead Therapist

Lead Therapist: Patricia Moore, LMHC
Member of Association for Applied Sport Psychology

Patricia Moore, LMHC

Lead Sports Therapist

Quick Facts:
  • Has operated as a player, parent and coach
  • Designed mental sports programs for middle, high school and collegiate level
  • Most recently trained the University of North Florida men’s and women’s basketball teams
  • Previous experience includes counseling individual athletes, UNF students, Women’s Center of Jacksonville and Mandarin High School Athletics
Utilizes the following types of therapy:
  • Cognitive Behavioral
  • Insight
  • Solution Focus
  • EMDR
  • Visualization
  • Brainspotting for Repetitive Sports Performance Problems (RSPP)

Patricia is a Florida Licensed Mental Health Counselor providing sports therapy in Jacksonville and surrounding areas. As a high school athlete, coach in multiple sports, parent of athletes and professional sports therapist, she believes there is a systematic approach to attaining peak athletic performance which gives the athlete a mental advantage over the competition. Sports Psychology is a resource which allows you to more consistently play your sport "in the zone."

Mandarin Cove Sports utilizes personal experiences as well as current research in the field of sports psychology to educate and motivate athletes. Mandarin Cove Sports recognizes that success comes from understanding and mastering our thoughts, emotions, energy and focus. Patricia’s philosophy produces competitive athletes who respond to competitive pressure with confidence, poise and consistency.

For a full list of specialized areas, visit the program page.

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