On Tuesday, October 8 at 6:30 p.m. in the Lawrence Room of Rosary Hall, the Athletic Department in partnership with the Psychology Program present Gregory Chertok, M.Ed., CC-AASP - Sport Psychology Counselor. Mr. Chertok will discuss how to manage both time and stress as it relates to athletics and to higher education.
Mr. Chertok has served as a Sport Psychology Counselor and Fitness Trainer at the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Center and as the Sport Psychology Consultant for the Boston University Athletic Enhancement Center, conducting group mental skills training workshops for youth and adult athletes and counseling high school varsity athletes on techniques to enhance athletic performance.
He received his B.A. in Psychology at Tufts University and M.Ed. in Counseling specializing in Sport & Exercise Psychology at Boston University in 2007. While at Tufts, he captained the 2006 Baseball team and, as the three-year starting shortstop, led the team to its 14th consecutive winning season and the conference championship. He finished his career as an ESPN The Magazine Academic Regional All-American and a New England College All-Star, playing his final game at Fenway Park for the All-Star team.
Greg has written numerous articles in various athletic newsletters on sport psychology topics, and has co-authored a book geared toward youth baseball coaches entitled Small Ball: Coaching Youth Baseball.
For more information about this event please contact Dr. Fabiana DesRosiers at firstname.lastname@example.org or 845-848-4070.