Dr. Brooke Lamphere is a Sport and Performance Optimization Postdoctoral Fellow. She completed her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at the University of Denver in 2021, specializing in health and sport psychology. She completed her Master of Arts in Sport and Performance Psychology in 2013 and Bachelor of Arts with double majors in sociology and psychology in 2010, also at the University of Denver. Dr. Lamphere is working toward a national certification as a mental performance consultant and licensure as a psychologist in Colorado. She recently completed her Doctoral Internship in Clinical Psychology with the University of Colorado School of Medicine, specializing in primary care psychology. She has presented at national conferences on the topics of sport and health psychology. Dr. Lamphere’s professional interests include mindfulness and acceptance-based approaches to well-being and performance enhancement, culturally responsive care and social determinants of health, body image and disordered eating, and populations with disability and/or chronic illness. Her previous professional experiences include working as a student sport psychology consultant with the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee, as well as training in psychological assessment, performance enhancement, assessment and treatment of eating disorders, addiction psychology, and transplant psychology. In her spare time, Dr. Lamphere enjoys spending time with friends and family, hiking with her dog, playing or watching sports, and reading.