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CMPC® Certification as a Milestone, Not a Millstone: A Response to Scherzer and Reel

Robin S. Vealey, Nick Galli, and Robert J. Harmison

In the article “CMPC Exam for Recertification: The Good, the Bad, the Reality,” our colleagues Carrie Scherzer and Justine Reel ( 2018 ) discussed their views on the new examination requirement for certification and recertification as a Certified Mental Performance Consultant ® (CMPC ® ). As

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CMPC Exam for Recertification: The Good, The Bad, The Reality

Carrie B. Scherzer and Justine J. Reel

mark would have a new name, Certified Mental Performance Consultant (CMPC), there was uproar and upheaval in the rank and file. When current CC-AASP holders were informed in no uncertain terms that to recertify and maintain the CMPC mark, all CC-AASPs would have to take the certification exam, there

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Diversity Characteristics and Experiences of Discrimination in Certified Mental Performance Consultants

Zachary McCarver, Shelby Anderson, Justine Vosloo, and Sebastian Harenberg

Certified mental-performance consultants (CMPCs, through the Association for Applied Sport Psychology [AASP]) often work with athletes from a variety of culturally and socioeconomically diverse backgrounds. For example, from 2008 to 2018 across all divisions of the National College Collegiate

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Still an “Old Boys’ Club”? Certified Mental Performance Consultants’ Gender-Typed Sport Specialization and Employment Setting

Tsz Lun (Alan) Chu, Ellea Bachmeier, and Taylor Mair

psychology professionals’ specialization and employment, an indirect indication of gender stereotyping and representation ( Fink, 2016 ; Hardin & Greer, 2009 ). This study, therefore, examined the data from Certified Mental Performance Consultants (CMPCs), who are mostly based in the United States, as the

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Is JCSP the Right Fit? Tips for the Successful Preparation of Manuscripts

Justine J. Reel

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A Novel Exploration of Occupational Recovery in Certified Mental Performance Consultants

Anthony Magdaleno and Barbara B. Meyer

consultants (CMPCs). In line with theory ( Hobfoll, 1998 ; Meijman & Mulder, 1998 ) and previous empirical findings ( Ten Brummelhuis & Bakker, 2012 ), it was hypothesized that time spent in work-related and household/child care activities would be significantly and negatively related to the four recovery

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Identifying Predictors of Burnout and Health of Certified Mental Performance Consultants

Anthony Magdaleno and Barbara B. Meyer

decreased perceived stress. Similarly, in a study of sport psychology professionals with the Certified Mental Performance Consultant (CMPC) designation provided by the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP), Magdaleno and Meyer ( 2023 ) reported recovery experiences significantly predicted

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Living and Embracing Intersectionality in Sport: Introduction to the Special Issue Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology

Hannah Bennett, Robert Owens, and Tanya Prewitt-White

placement of Certified Mental Performance Consultants (CMPCs) by extracting data from the CMPC directory. Researchers suggest that CMPCs are equitably represented by gender in the military, college sport, and private practice; however, gender inequity exists within professional sport. Authors encourage

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“It’s Absolutely Essential”: Sport and Performance Psychology Practitioners’ Perspectives on Training, Use, and Importance of Debriefing in Applied Work

Stefanee Maurice, Megan Byrd, Holt Crawford, Kaytlyn Johnson, Joy He, and Carolena Charalambous

predominantly White ( n  = 116), with 74 women, 68 men, and one nonbinary participant. Participants worked mostly in collegiate athletics ( n  = 113), and 66 were Certified Mental Performance Consultants (CMPC), with 61 pursuing the CMPC credential. Participants had a range of 0 to 40 years of consulting

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The Creation of a Mental Skills Training Program in Elite Youth Tennis: A Coach-Driven Approach to Developing Resilient, Confident Competitors

E. Earlynn Lauer, Mark Lerman, Rebecca A. Zakrajsek, and Larry Lauer

professional tennis players that perform well in Grand Slams and major events” ( Lauer, Zakrajsek, & Lauer, 2017 , p. 13). After joining the USTA PD staff, the certified mental performance consultant 1 (CMPC, fourth author) had a vision to introduce and integrate MST into every junior tennis PD program in the