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Chelsea Wooding

Chelsea Wooding

Assistant Professor
MAC C315

Teaching Areas: Sport and Performance Psychology

Research areas: Nontraditional applications of sport and performance psychology, and professional issues related to sport and performance psychology, including graduate student training

A former competitive dancer, Dr. Wooding deeply enjoys the applied side of performance psychology. She is a Certified Mental Performance Consultant through the Association for Applied Sport Psychology, and has consulted in a variety of settings, including high school and DI and DIII collegiate sport (both team and individual). She has also consulted in nontraditional settings, including working with nursing students, musicians, dancers, ultra-runners, and corporate clients. Dr. Wooding and her spouse, Daron, have two beagles – Annie and Dexter – and love being outdoors and active, while trying new foods and sharing experiences together.