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Student-athletes shouldn't have to go through injury alone.

If you’re an injured athlete or parent of an injured athlete, you know that the mental demands of injury are often just as difficult as the physical demands. During the recovery process, it’s typical for athletes to experience a sense of loss, missing out, frustration, and stress. But now, student-athletes don’t have to go through injury alone. With MyHuddle, injured student-athletes gain a supportive community and 1:1 resilience coaching through their recovery journey. Book your free consultation to learn more.

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How we support injured student-athletes



Our team of specialists work with your injured athletes via text and video chat to deliver personalized mental support.


Injury doesn't have to be isolating. Virtual groups of fellow injured athletes provide community and peer support.



A library of on-demand videos, podcasts, and articles with mental tips and strategies to help injured athletes persevere.

Learn how we can help your college program.

Book a free no-strings-attached 20-minute consultation.

Specialists who understand the student-athlete experience



A former two sport Division I athlete and two-time World Cup medalist in lacrosse, Katie takes a holistic approach working with student-athletes and teams to optimize health, wellbeing and performance. She attained a master’s in Mental Health Counseling from Boston College, along with certifications in nutrition and mindfulness, and believes that the different areas of health are not mutually exclusive, leading to a whole-human approach for helping athletes grow and thrive.. Katie believes that sports are a platform for developing life and leadership skills, and she is committed to guiding athletes along their journeys on and off of the playing field.



Kelley is a Mental Performance Coach, with a specialization in working with athletes competing or pursuing competition at the Olympic level. She approaches athletes as people first, working from a foundational framework that what we do comes out of who we are, and that athlete performance is tied to athlete well-being.  She has her Master of Science in Sport and Performance Psychology, with a focus on multicultural counseling in sport. 



Karelle is a professional 100-meter-hurdler and a 5X Team Canada member. Her journey has been far from linear.  In 2008, she suffered a back injury that kept her off the track for 3 years. Despite an orthopedic surgeon telling her to  "pick up a new hobby because she would probably never run again", she made a successful return to the track in 2012. She has a BSc with a specialization in Human Kinetics and a MA in Counseling Psychology. She is now currently working towards her license as a Mental Health Counselor and becoming Certified Mental Performance Consultant.



Tim is a former athlete who played as many different sports as he could growing up. His experiences in sport led him to degrees in athletic training and then sport psychology.
He works with athletes at the high school, college, professional, and Olympic level. Not only does Tim help athletes learn how to mentally perform their best, he also helps injured athletes recover mentally from injuries, surgery, and lengthy rehabilitations so that their mind can be just as ready as their body when they start to play their sport again. He holds a PhD in counseling psych with an emphasis in sport, an MS in sport psychology, and a BS in athletic training.



As a former elite athlete, playing Ice Hockey at both the college (NCAA DI) and professional levels, Lauren bring a combination of experience and expertise into her work. Her goal as a coach is to help athletes unlock the next levels of their performance by integrating top notch mental skills work and brain training to help athletes discover their passion for achieving their goals while learning how to live life with a positive mindset. Lauren holds a Masters of Education in Counseling with a focus in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.


“I play soccer and run track and I have torn my ACL twice. Throughout the MyHuddle program, I have learned that I am not alone in my recovery process. I have learned many valuable concepts that allowed me to accept my condition and find positive motivation to push past my obstacles. MyHuddle provides me with a safe space to speak to people who understand my struggles and give me helpful advice to keep moving forward." ~ Andrea, Los Angeles

“My MyHuddle counselor helped me through the entire process of enduring a season-ending concussion. I've loved getting to work with her and she's helped me gain so much confidence that I feel very prepared to endure life after sport.”

~ Hailey, Chicago

“MyHuddle has helped me realize that although the recovery is really hard, it is very much possible. The program has helped me be able to set small goals and take time for myself throughout the recovery time. While I cannot control the speed of recovery, I can control my attitude.”

~ Emily, Los Angeles

“As Licensed Athletic Trainers we see and treat kids faced with season-altering or ending injuries and we can only hope that they are getting emotional and psychological support in addition to their world-class medical care, and MyHuddle offers accessible, age-appropriate resources and tools, professional trainers, and allied health professionals at the click of a button." 

~ Gwen, MS, LAT, Boston

"It is well known that injuries have significant impacts on student-athletes. MyHuddle is the missing link that my athletes need. Without addressing the mental aspect of an injury, we are doing a disservice to our athletes." 

~ Katherine, DPT, New York



We are a team of athletes, healthcare providers, and sport psychology specialists who believe mental health is as important as physical health for athletes. We're on a mission to break the stigma in sports and help college athletic departments improve access to mental support for their student-athlete community. Learn more on our about us page.

We know this mission is only possible with support from coaches, athletic administrators along with the sports medicine, sport psychology, and mental health professionals who know their student-athletes best. If you too are an advocate for mental health and have questions or want to get involved, we'd love to connect! Email us at

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