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October 3, 2023

MINTS Workshop: Tools for the Mind: Development of Mental Skills

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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The Merrimack Institute for New Teacher Support (MINTS)

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NOTE: THIS WORKSHOP HAS BEEN POSTPONED. Once available, more details will be provided.
Workshop Description:
In an increasingly competitive world, we are under an immense amount of pressure to constantly perform. As humans easily fall victim to the ego in our mind, triggering self-doubt and insecurities. We find that our own worst enemy is often ourselves. In this workshop, participants will learn the importance of cultivating mental skills in order to manage pressure, overcome setbacks, reframe negative thinking patterns, and build resilience. Participants will also develop the mental skills necessary to regulate their emotions and visualize successful outcomes in and out of the classroom.
Presenter Biography: 
Catrina Crowe is a Mental Performance Coach whose work is focused on contextualizing the mental side of sports for competitive athletes and everyday individuals. After earning her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from UMass Lowell in 2020, Catrina went on to pursue a Master of Science in Sport, Exercise and Performance Psychology at the University of Limerick, Ireland. Since then she has worked in a variety of different settings including school-based, athletic training centers, private sessions, and on-the-field support. Her interest in Sport and Performance Psychology derived from her own competitive endeavors as an athlete and her curiosity to understand the unseen parts of sport. Catrina believes that sports have become the greatest teacher for life and its ability to apply to wider contexts allows us to continually learn and evolve. The mindset and mental strength that is instilled through these concepts will help individuals overcome and navigate through life’s many obstacles.

This workshop is free and open to Merrimack College students, alumni, and the external community. Certificates of participation (2 hours) will be provided to all attendees. Please register below to secure your spot and to receive reminder emails with campus logistics. For any questions or concerns, please contact the MINTS email at