AASP offers webinars on a quarterly basis, providing valuable education on a wide range of topics by experts in the field. These are also available for on-demand purchase & viewing if you miss the live presentation. Credits toward re-certification of the CC-AASP designation can also be earned by participating in AASP webinars.

Upcoming Webinar

Mental Health in Collegiate Athletics: The Role of Sport Psychology

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Jesse Steinfeldt, PhD, CC-AASP, Indiana University
Carmen Tebbe Priebe, PhD, CC-AASP, University of Iowa

1:00 pm Eastern (12:00 pm Central, 11:00 am Mountain, 10:00 am Pacific; 18:00 GMT/UTC), international attendees should convert the time accordingly.
 The session will last 75 minutes.


The culture of intercollegiate athletics is an extremely demanding one.  The pressures on student-athletes to succeed are higher than they’ve ever been with no relief in sight. Individual and team performances are viewed by many and, thanks to technology, often questioned and criticized publicly.  As a result, mental health and wellness has been identified by student-athletes as both a primary challenge and concern.

Over the past few years, the NCAA has made it a primary focus to better understand and support student-athlete mental wellness. According to Chief Medical Officer Brian Hainline, the NCAA has been increasingly engaged in trying to educate its member institutions so that important information and resources can made available to athletes.  

So what role does sport psychology play in an integrated delivery model of mental health services to student-athletes?   The answer – a very important and strategic role and one that will be outlined and discussed during this session.

Our speakers, Jesse Steinfeldt and Carmen Tebbe Priebe, will share their perspectives on the following:

  • The importance of contextual awareness of the unique demands of student-athletes that equips sport psychology professionals to provide effective mental health services
  • What type of mental skills education aimed at improving performance and resiliency is a critical supplement to enhance student-athlete well-being
  • Recognition and evaluating the “cultural” factors within an athletic program that might impact diagnoses and treatment planning 

Examples of how sport psychology professionals have been able to plug in and become a valuable part of the provision of mental health services to student-athletes will be shared.  

Click here to register now.

Students - $25
AASP Members - $35
Non-Members - $50

This program has been approved for 1.25 hours of CE to partially meet the 6-hour CE re-certification requirement for Certified Consultants (CC-AASP).


You can attend an AASP Webinar session right from your office or home. All you need is a telephone and a computer with a high speed internet connection. The presentation's audio will be delivered over the telephone (toll-free) or through your computer. Registrants will be provided call in/login information and a web URL 2-3 days prior to the session. This information will give you access to the presentation right on the web in real time.

*Last day to register is Friday, August 12. Limited registration of 100 people per live virtual seminar. If you cannot watch the live airing on August 16, you will be able to view it on demand in the AASP Webinar Archive approximately two weeks after it has aired.


Jesse Steinfeldt, PhD, CC-AASP, is a Psychologist and an Associate Professor in the Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology at Indiana University. He is also the Director of Clinical Training for the IU Sport and Performance Psychology Practicum, a program he created in collaboration with colleagues in 2008. Dr. Steinfeldt's research interests center on the intersection of multicultural psychology, sport psychology, the psychological study of men/masculinities, and social justice issues. A former three-sport collegiate student-athlete at Yale, Jesse played multiple sports professionally in Europe for a number of years before retiring to pursue his career in Sport Psychology.

Carmen Tebbe Priebe, PhD, CC-AASP, is a licensed psychologist with over 13 years of experience providing counseling, performance enhancement, team-building, leadership, and consultation services to college student-athletes, coaches, and staff. She is currently in a part-time sport psychologist role at the University of Iowa Athletics Department and recently started a private practice/consulting business.   Previously Dr. Tebbe was Director for Psychological Resources for Oklahoma University Student-Athletes (PROS) for 5 years, where she provided oversight for all counseling, performance enhancement, psycho-educational assessment, and team-building services for OU student-athletes. 




Webinars are 75 minutes; Virtual Conferences are 3 hours. To claim CE credits for an archived webinar, email us with the name of the webinar after you watch.

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