Psychological Impact of Injury, Dr Justin Ross, Sports Psychologist Denver

Dealing With Illness and Injury

Dealing with illness, disease or injury is both physically and psychologically demanding. The psychological impact of illness or injury is profound, and for many, more difficult to manage than the physical components. Yet, so often these psychological experiences go unrecognized or untreated. No where do I see more of a psychological impact than with those who[…]

Mental Toughness and A Missing Cat

What I Learned About Mental Toughness From My Missing Cat

Preface: I never imagined I’d be writing a blog post about my cat. But here I am, and here we go. On Wednesday, February 22 our beloved  13-year-old cat, Aspen went missing. This was most unusual for several reasons. First, she’s an indoor cat only who’s spent maybe a total of 3 hours of her[…]

Kaizen at MindBodyHealth Denver, Clinical Psychologist Dr Justin Ross

What is Kaizen?

What Is Kaizen? I’ve heard the idea of Kaizen spoken about A LOT in 2016. Numerous authors have used this concept in their works on self-improvement, performance enhancement, productivity, and climbing the corporate ladder. Kaizen has been spoken about on podcasts and featured in blog posts in much the same way, often being alluded to as[…]

New Years Resolution, Denver Psychologist Dr Justin Ross

New Year, New Daily Wellness Regimen in 3 Easy Steps

Happy New Year! So many of us are looking for a healthy start to 2017, connected to wellness and living with intention and meaning. Cultivating wellness can occur on a daily basis by focusing on 3 key, yet simple ingredients. A New Year, New Daily Wellness Regimen in 3 Easy Steps: Wake up with “I[…]

January Mindfulness Groups, MindBodyHealth, Denver Mindfulness, Dr Justin Ross, New Years Resolution

New Year, New Mindfulness Groups!

It’s almost the New Year! We are happy to announce our next set of groups slated to begin in January. We will now be offering three groups: Tuesdays 9:30 AM, Dr. Clancy January 10, 17, 24, 31 and February 7 Tuesdays 10:30 AM, Diana Hinojosa MA. We will have a new group for Spanish speaking individuals and their families[…]

Men's Health, Dr Justin Ross, Denver, Psychologist, #movember

Dr. Ross featured on ABC for Men’s Health Month

Dr. Ross was recently interviewed by ABC News on the subject of men’s health issues. Because November is men’s health month, news and information about men’s health is front and center. Some of the topics covered in the interview, which is to air in up to 35 national markets at 4:00 PM on Friday, November[…]

Denver Sports Psychologist Dr Justin Ross

Sports Psychology Webinar Series Preview

I am excited to announce the beginning of a Sports Psychology Webinar Series that will be launching in 2017 in conjunction with the Train Like a Mother Club! This group will involve discussion of key elements promoting success in sport, including sessions on motivation, goal setting, adopting a high performance mindset, using visualization for success,[…]

Fall Mindfulness Group, Denver, MindBodyHealth

November Mindfulness Groups

November Mindfulness Groups Our October Mindfulness groups are currently wrapping up, and we are pleased to announce the start dates for our November classes. We will once again hold 2 groups; a Tuesday morning class starting 11/1 with Dr. Clancy from 9:30 – 10:30 am, and a Thursday afternoon class beginning 11/3 with Dr. Ross[…]

race anxiety sports psychology denver dr Justin Ross

Managing Race Anxiety For Optimal Performance

It’s spring race season! One of my favorite times of the year. Managing race anxiety and excitement is imperative for success this season, regardless of distance. Marathon, half marathon, 10 miler, 10k and 5k racers can all benefit from the same applied principles when lining up on race day in order to effectively manage race[…]

Comparison is the thief of joy, Dr Justin Ross Denver Psychologist

Comparison is the Enemy of Joy

Comparison is the thief of joy. ~Theodore Roosevelt (one of my favorite quotes) A prevailing concern in many clients who come to my office is an unhealthy level of comparison. Unfortunately, comparison is a deeply ingrained human tendency experienced by all of us in different intensities and with different targets. Look at the prevalence of such[…]