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Unlocking the Power of Performance Psychology: Lt. Col. Carl J. Ohlson, Ph.D., CMPC, Shares His Expertise on Treatment Room Secrets Podcast

Dani Marks talks leadership and performance psychology with Lt. Col. Carl J. Ohlson, Ph.D., CMPC

 

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Unlocking the Power of Performance Psychology: Lt. Col. Carl J. Ohlson, Ph.D., CMPC, Shares His Expertise on Treatment Room Secrets Podcast

Orlando, FL 28/04/23 - NAT Global Campus is excited to announce a special podcast episode recorded on April 23rd with esteemed guest Lt. Col. Carl J. Ohlson, Ph.D., CMPC. The episode will be released in mid-May on the Treatment Room Secrets podcast, hosted by Dani Marks.

Dr. Ohlson is a distinguished and respected figure in the field of performance psychology. Until his recent retirement, he served as the Assistant Athletic Director for Performance Psychology Services at Penn State University. He was also an Associate Professor in Penn State's Department of Education Policy Studies, where he continues to teach as an affiliate faculty member. Before his tenure at Penn State, Dr. Ohlson dedicated his career to the U.S. Army, retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel and serving as an Associate Professor and the Director of the Center for Enhanced Performance at the United States Military Academy, West Point.

 

Lt. Col. Carl J. Ohlson, Ph.D., CMPC

Lt. Col. Carl J. Ohlson, Ph.D., CMPC

 

As a frequent speaker and advisor on the application of sport psychology and student development strategies, Dr. Ohlson is a valuable contributor to various think tanks and committees. He is a member of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP), a Certified Mental Performance Consultant, and serves on the Education Committee within the B1G Mental Health and Wellness Cabinet. Additionally, Dr. Ohlson is a certified instructor with the Professional Ski Instructors of America.

Dani Marks, head of partnerships for Niel Asher Education and host of the Treatment Room Secrets podcast, is a former four-year captain of Penn State Men's Soccer and holds degrees in Political Science and Organizational Leadership. Marks regularly lectures on leadership and mental health in sports.

Listeners can expect a compelling and insightful conversation between Dr. Ohlson and Dani on the upcoming episode of Treatment Room Secrets, which will be available at www.nielasher.com/podcast and on all major podcast platforms.

About NAT Global Campus:

NAT Global Campus is a leading online education platform offering specialized courses and resources for healthcare and fitness professionals. The Treatment Room Secrets podcast, sponsored by NAT Global Campus, features insightful conversations with experts in sports, health, and performance psychology.

For more information, please visit www.nielasher.com/podcast.

 

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