GRz 110 [in English]: Janaina Fogaça | Professional development of sport psychology practitioners

It is a true pleasure to host in my podcast yet another friend of mine who studied with me in Finland. This friend is Janaina Fogaça a sport psychology researcher, practitioner and supervisor. In this episode she is presenting her outstanding systematic review on professional development of sport psychology practitioners, which she turned into a model of development. It is not often that researchers get to talk about their paper for this long, outside of conferences and congresses, so I am very glad to open this opportunity. Sport psychology friends and colleagues! Go ahead and enjoy this eposiode by delving into this model. See for yourself where you are at! What you’ve done so far, and what is still missing? Let me know in the comments. And also pass the show on!

Full research paper available here: Professional development of sport psychology practitioners: From systematic review to a model of development – ScienceDirect

Janaina Fogaça in her element. Fot. Guest’s archive.

Janaina Fogaça

Jana Fogaca, PhD, CMPC, is an Assistant Professor in the Kinesiology Department at California State University, Long Beach. She received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the Federal University of RS (Brazil). She also has two master’s degrees, one in Sport and Exercise Psychology from University of Jyväskylä (Finland) and one in Counseling from West Virginia University (U.S.A.), where she also completed her PhD in Sport and Exercise Psychology. Her research interests include professional development in sport psychology, applied sport psychology, and weight stigma. She hopes to contribute to the continuous improvement of the sport and exercise psychology profession through her research in supervision and training and in applied sport psychology.