Blake Pindyck, MA
Doctoral Intern 2023-2024 - Sports & Performance
What I do
One of my greatest passions is working with athletes, those in high-risk occupations, and anyone trying to navigate the pressures of having to perform, be that in their academic, occupational, or recreational life. Outside of the performance domain, I really enjoy helping my clients to navigate issues surrounding anxiety, depression, substance use/addiction, grief and loss, and trauma.
When I am not at work, you can find me doing just about anything outdoors. I love to ski, fly fish, and explore everything that Colorado has to offer as well as spending as much time as I can with my two dogs!
My professional experience has reflected my interest in the intersection of clinical and performance psychology. I have worked for a professional baseball team, the Rocky Mountain Regional VA in the Spinal Cord Injuries and Disorders Unit, and the Ardent Grove Foundation, a non-profit clinic focused on providing low-cost trauma-informed care. I am also passionate about the experience of the student-athlete, having personally competed and coached at the collegiate level.
- Master of Arts - Sport and Performance Psychology, University of Denver, 2015
- Bachelors of Arts - Psychology, Emory University, 2012
Licensure / Accreditations
- Certified Mental Performance Consultant (CMPC), Association for Applied Sport Psychology