Alumnus from CSU Long Beach with a M.S. in Sport and Exercise Psychology, Jake Lee is WCA’s mental performance coach with a record of achievement in educational studies and service delivery. Jake’s ultimate vision is to be a person who is truly a leader in the world; someone who assists others fulfill their most desired life. Jake’s experience encompasses delivering quality, client-specific services, with proficient skills in enhancing confidence, mindfulness and managing stress and anxiety. He has a strong ability to lead individual and team sessions emphasizing mental skills development. Jake demonstrates aptitude in consistently establishing well-built rapport, essential for client connection and investment toward meeting and surpassing goals.
Are you an athlete who possesses the physical tools necessary to dominate, only to find that results are not meeting your expectations? Are you struggling to handle pressurized situations, maintain motivation, or unable to meet goals you have set for yourself? Is your team lacking cohesion, resulting in poor performance, communication, and trust? What if I told you the commonality of these issues was not physical, but mental? What if I told you there was a way for you to regain control, and remain in control so issues like these were no longer plaguing you? My name is Jake Lee, mental performance coach, specializing in sport and exercise psychology. Here at Championship Cognition I will provide athletes with the mental skills and tools necessary to allow their minds to work for them rather than against them. For championship action cannot occur without championship cognition!
Jake’s mission is accomplished through:
I commit to fully investing in the athletes I work with so their optimal performance is obtained
I pledge to treat all people with dignity, open-mindedness, and esteem
I act and communicate with complete honesty, transparency, and authenticity
I value an inclusive environment in which diverse backgrounds and perspectives are not only welcomed and appreciated, but viewed and used as integral steps towards growth
I find comfort in being uncomfortable. I value the furthering in my research and education to provide progressive services
I value and commit to using my knowledge, skills, and ability to provide clients with services based on their individual needs
(October – December)