Jessica Mohler, PsyD.
Dr. Mohler is a clinical and sport psychologist. She has expertise in exercise science & sports psychology. She attended Loyola College and received a doctoral degree in clinical psychology while researching the effect of exercise on mental health. In 2000, she graduated from The University of Maryland, College Park with a Master of Arts Degree in Kinesiology with a specialty in Sport and Exercise Psychology. While she attended UMCP she studied the determinants of expert performance while teaching fitness and wellness courses to undergraduates.
In 2004, Dr. Mohler was commissioned as a lieutenant in the United States Navy where she worked as a Clinical Psychologist. She received Navy wide recognition for her efforts in applying mental skills training to the military’s physical readiness test. She deployed in 2007 in support of the Global War on Terror where she applied performance enhancement strategies to troops facing stressful events.
Dr. Mohler resigned from active duty in 2008, and currently works as a clinical sport psychologist at the United States Naval Academy. She is a member of the Association of Applied Sport Psychology, and the American Psychological Association. Additionally, Dr. Mohler has worked with collegiate level athletes, junior volleyball and soccer players. She has presented on topics such as developing self esteem in youth sport, providing mental skills training to athletes, and exercise maintenance.