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My name is Veronika Blaskova and I am working as a sport psychologist. I am helping athletes to become stronger in their mental strength and reach their best potential. During my tennis career, I have understood that sport psychology is enormously important for successful competitive sport. This is the reason why I have chosen sport psychology major. Mental practice is as significant as technical, tactical or conditioning practice. Therefore, mental practice should become part of every practice process. Accordingly, I am helping other athletes to reach their best performance and fulfill their highest goals.

  • 2019: Postgraduate intensive course in sport psychology, University of Thessaly, Trikala, Greece
  • 2014-2016: Stirling University, Scotland, master’s degree in Psychology of Sport

  • 2010-2014: Wichita State University, Kansas, USA, bachelor’s degree in Psychology

  • 2020: Positive psychology: applications and interventions (University of Pennsylvania)
  • 2020: Psychological aspects of sport injury (Open University)
  • 2020: The science of well being (Yale University)
  • 2019: Emotional Inteligence in work (Coventry University)
  • 2019: Positive parenting after separation (Colorado State University)
  • 2019: Mindfulness for health and well being (Monash University)
  • 2018: Konferencia: Športová psychológia v praxi, práca s tímom (Praha)
  • 2018: Young people and mental health (University of Gronigen)
  • 2018: Team coaching (Deakin University)
  • 2014-2016 Premier League, Scotland
  • 2010-2014 Division 1, USA
  • 2007-2010 Extraleague, women, Slovakia
  • 2016 University team British champion
  • 2011,2012,2013,2014 University team Missouri Valley Conference champion
  • 2009 Double´s winer at ITF Women Circuit 10 000 $, Budapest
  • 2009 3rd place, single, Women Slovak Championship
  • 2017–present tennis coach at Tennis Club Zilina
  • 2014-2016 tennis coach at Stirling University
  • 2014 LTA coaching license
    2010 Coaching license C1