Sports Performance Counseling (Call 225-290-7252) in Baton Rouge is a specialized service for athletes of all different sports who desire to perform at their best. Are you an athlete in the Baton Rouge area and you want to improve your mental skills and mental focus? Do you want to move your performance to the next level by developing in the principles of sports performance counseling? Dean Sunseri may be the specialist in sports performance counseling that you are seeking. A very important aspect of peak performance is the physical training, yet an equally important preparation is the mental focus. Sports Performance Counseling teaches the athlete to use his or her mental thinking and imagination in a way that produces peak performance. Dean Sunseri is a premier specialist in Sports Performance Counseling in Louisiana. Are you ready to invest time and energy in developing your mental skills? Dean Sunseri can assist you to develop the mental game of a great athlete. Contact him today at 225-290-7252 for a personal interview or email.
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Dean Sunseri, LPC, works with Athletes of every level.
(Note from Dean Sunseri, LPC)
On November 8, 2011, and December 14, 2011, I received a letter from the Louisiana State Board of Examiners of Psychologist. The letter demanded that I not use the term “premier specialist in Sports Psychology,” “Sports Psychology,” or “Sports Psychologist.” I have never referred to myself as a Sports Psychologist privately or publicly. I have clearly stated that I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, and I have assisted NFL football players, Professional Baseball Players, a Professional Hockey team, PGA Golf professionals in their mental skills to enhance performance. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, my training is in Mental Health Counseling and the use of mental skills to enhance performance. For the record, I am not a “Sports Psychologist.” The only term that I have used in the past is “sports psychology,” and I have made every effort to remove this term from my web site and other web content that I am authorized to control. With the threat of being charged with a misdemeanor, the Louisiana State Board of Examiners demands that I not use terms such a “sports psychology,” “psychologist,” “sports psychologist” or “psychological.” I will respect their wishes, and cease and desist the use of these terms.
I am trained in Mental Health Counseling, and I have a Masters in Mental Health Counseling from the University of New Orleans. I am Licensed in the State of Louisiana as a Licensed Professional Counselor. I also have experience as a Collegiate Athlete as a baseball player at Auburn University. I worked with one of the best sports trainers in the United States, Mackie Shilstone, for over 5 years, as a specialist in assisting athletes develop mental skills to improve performance. I worked with Ron Gring, one of the best golf instructors in the United States, for over 4 years, in assisting many golf professionals and amateurs in improving their performance by teaching them mental skills. My track records clearly shows that I can assist athletes to improve their performance by the development of mental skills. The mistake that I have made in the past has been that I have used the term “sports psychology.” As stated above, I will not use this term in association with my services now and in the future.