A "mental training" organization focused on helping high-performing athletes,
executives and other high-level performers develop a winning (versus a
surviving) attitude to reach their potential both professionally and personally.
Jack Llewellyn, Ph.D. is founder of the Center
for Winning Performance. Dr. Llewellyn is a noted sports psychology consultant
with more than 30 years' experience working with such notable athletes
as Cy Young Award winner John Smoltz, NASCAR's Tony Stewart, Paul O'Neill
of the New York Yankees, as well as players with the New York Mets, Cincinnati
Reds, Pittsburgh Pirates, Montreal Expos and Houston Astros. Dr. Llewellyn
also has worked with NBA, NFL and NHL players, professional boxers, PGA/LPGA
golfers, USTA tennis players and Olympic athletes.
Founded in 2002 by
Dr. Jack Llewellyn, world-renowned sports psychology consultant, professor,
author and corporate coach.
individuals and groups learn how to use the same approach and strategies
employed by top athletes to become star performers by:
- Properly assessing
abilities (identifying assets, setting goals and developing a winning
- Correctly focusing
on the processes to reach goals (learning how to focus, when to focus,
and what to focus on)
- Thriving on stress
- Recovering quickly
from adversity (developing the ability to recover and move on)
- Taking emotional
- Overcoming the
inevitable mental lapse
Individual as well
as group coaching is offered. Long-term programs with monthly sessions
also are available.
Llewellyn gives more than 40 speeches a year to groups and corporations
across the country.
to two-day corporate and open seminars cover such topics as:
- "Thriving on Stress"
- "Recovering Faster
- "Winning Versus
- "Change: An Asset