Dr. Chad Doerr
Clinical and Sport Psychologist, Psy.D
I've always had a passion for the pursuit of personal and performance excellence. After the completion of my college baseball career at Feather River College and undergraduate degree at the University of Nevada-Reno, I went on a 9 year journey across the United States to learn from some of the best sport psychologists, clinical psychologists, and athletic coaches in the nation. The University of Denver, James Madison University, and UC Davis all taught me how to provide competent, ethical, and effective mental health and performance interventions to a diverse variety of individuals. I am honored to have been the first Graduate Assistant Director of the Challace J. McMillin Center for Sport Psychology at James Madison University, named after the influential coach and mental skills consultant. Previously, I was an Athletic Psychologist for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Athletic Department for two years. Currently, I am the Director of Counseling and Sport Psychology for UNLV Athletics. I spend my day-to-day working and traveling with high level athletic programs. My experience with elite Division I coaches, student-athletes, and support staff has allowed me to deeply understand the unique and nuanced difficulties and stressors that individuals face when competing at the highest levels. I hope to use my expertise to support your pursuit of personal and performance excellence.
Post-Doctoral Training - University of Nebraska Cornhuskers Athletic Department: 2018 - 2019
Doctoral Internship - University of California, Davis SHCS - Sport Psychology Emphasis: 2017 - 2018
Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology - James Madison University: 2018
Master's Degree in Sport Psychology - University of Denver: 2014
Bachelor's Degree in Psychology - University of Nevada, Reno: 2012
Associate's Degree in Liberal Studies - Feather River College: 2009
Licensed Psychologist in Nevada - #973
Certified Mental Performance Coach (CMPC)
Organization and sport Experience
Here is a list of athletic departments and populations I have worked with. My experience has ranged from youth and recreational, to professional athletes and Olympic hopefuls. Additionally, I am more than willing to work with any population that is not listed here.