About the Authors

Kristine M. Eiring, PhD is a licensed psychologist in private practice in Madison, Wisconsin. She also is a faculty member at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and teaches in the Department of Rehabilitation Psychology. Dr. Eiring was the Director of Clinical and Sport Psychology at the University of Wisconsin – Madison from 2015-2018 where she helped to develop mental health and sport psychology services for Badger athletes. Dr. Eiring is also a Badger alum and was a member of the Women’s Track and Field Team at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and was part of the squads that won a combined six Big Ten Indoor and Outdoor championships. She set records in the indoor 55-meter and the outdoor 100-meter and 4 x 100-meter relay. Dr. Eiring helped her high-school team win back-to-back track and field state championships and was a six-time state high school champion in sprints. Dr. Eiring loves working with athletes and helping them develop mental skills as part of their effort to become great athletes. She has special interest in mindfulness and meditation. For more information about services and working with Dr. Eiring, visit www.drkriseiring.us.

Colleen M. Hathaway, DC is a chiropractor in Madison, Wisconsin. She graduated from the University of St. Thomas in 1993 with a B.S. in Corporate Fitness Science and Athletic Training. She played basketball all four years and was the starting point guard on the 1991 NCAA Championship team. In addition, she served as a student athletic trainer for football, soccer, baseball, and track and field. Her athletic background brings a unique perspective to athletic performance, balance, and well-being. For more information about Dr. Hathaway and her practice, visit www.innergyllc.com.

Dr. Eiring and Dr. Hathaway teach classes for athletes that address the concepts in this book.

Please contact them for information.
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