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Kellen Kellen Lee, PhD, CMPC

Kellen Lee, PhD, CMPC serves as an Adjunct Faculty for the Sport and Performance Psychology Master’s program at Holy Names University and instructs the Advanced Mental Skills Training course. Dr. Lee is a Certified Mental Performance Consultant (CMPC) who holds a PhD in Performance Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Sport Psychology. His doctoral research investigated the impact of sport-specific imagery on the confidence levels of athletes returning to play from an injury. He currently works as a Mental Skills Coach for the San Francisco Giants baseball organization. He previously worked as a Master Resilience Trainer-Performance Expert (MRT-PE) for the United States Army where he served as an instructor of mental skills related to performance psychology and resilience for 3 years.
He also brings experience training professional, NCAA Division I, II, and III, high school and youth athletes. As an athlete, he played collegiate baseball at UC San Diego and went on to play Independent Professional Baseball. Dr. Kellen Lee currently resides in Campbell, CA with his wife, Jaclyn and two children, Colton (4) and Dawson (5 months).