I work with athletes, musicians, and other performers who are interested in discovering & maximizing their own potential.I help them gain clarity so they can achieve their most meaningful goals.
Mental Conditioning for Athletes
Deliberate training for the way you think while you train and perform
More About Treva Anderson
I am excited to introduce myself to you and share my love for the field of sport & performance psychology!
I grew up in Florida and knew at the age of 17 that I wanted to earn my doctorate degree in sport psychology in order to help athletes. After high school I attended Florida State University for my Bachelors Degree in Psychology. I went on at FSU to earn my Masters Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling with a specialization in Substance Abuse Counseling, to better understand some of the injury concerns athletes face. From there I earned my doctorate in Sport and Exercise Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
I have spent the past ten years primarily working with the Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness Training Center (CSF2-TC) at Ft. Jackson, South Carolina. Since arriving at Ft. Jackson I have worked to implement the resilience and performance psychology program with the United States Army Drill Sergeant Academy, Fitness Training Company, Basic Combat Training Battalions, Army Community Services, Family Readiness Groups, as well as a variety of other units and individuals across the Ft. Jackson community as well as other Army installations. While working for CSF2, I also completed the requirements in September 2009 to become a Certified Consultant, certified by the Association for Applied Sport Psychology, which is the gold standard in the field of performance psychology. For my position I completed the Master Resiliency Training Course, as well as the Master Resilience Facilitator Course, and the Master Resilience Assistant Primary Instructor Course. I have become a subject matter expert in resilience through these trainings, certifications, and professional development. I am also honored to be listed on the United States Olympic Committee Sport Psychology Registry.
I am very passionate in sharing my knowledge with others and encouraging everyone to reach high goals. I believe that my education and experience are only valuable if I share and enrich the lives of those around me. I have experienced enough failure to know what it means to pick yourself up and continue on and I hope to educate others on a systematic process for growth.