Brian Alexander, M.A.
Brian Alexander, M.A. is a certified mental performance consultant with the Association for Applied Sport Psychology who consults with individual athletes, teams, and coaches. His work ranges in client age and level from youth to professional and novice to elite athletes. He is also an avid educational speaker to parents of athletes as well as coaches and administrators.
Brian practices a humanistic theoretical style of consultation where he works with clients to meet them where they are in terms of their needs. He specializes in working in performance enhancement skills in categories such as general and sport self-awareness, emotional and self-regulation strategies, and performance improvement techniques. Each athlete and team works with Brian to develop an intentional mental training model that supports them in a customized way.
Brian is also the USA Water Polo Olympic Development Program official athlete mental skills coach and travels frequently supporting the USA Men's National Team. He is an adjunct professor at John F. Kennedy University in their sport psychology program, instructing courses and supervising graduate students internship work.
Brian combines eight years experience as an Olympic level athlete in water polo paired with a Master's degree in sport psychology from John F. Kennedy University and vocational training in business leadership development, having worked with The Ken Blanchard Companies. He was an All-American athlete at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Div. 1 Collegiate Water Polo Team
*Brian Alexander speaks to a top tier collegiate water polo team on topics such as developing a growth mindset and learning how to manage focus and emotions.