Jennifer Miccoli

Performance Psychologist (Provisional)

Psychologist Registration Number (Psychology Board of Australia): PSY0002113751

Favourite Sporting Moments:

Rafael Nadal winning his 10th French Open in 2017. Since playing his first match at Roland Garros, Nadal holds a 79-2 winning record in Paris, clearly the King of Clay. Italy winning the Soccer World Cup in 2006, against all odds the “Azzurri” won their 4th title after and emotional roller-coaster ride beating favourites Germany in the semis and France in the final.

Overview of Credentials:

Jen is no stranger to elite level sport, she played tennis professionally throughout the world for almost 10 years. After leaving the professional circuit due to injury, she completed her undergraduate Bachelor of Psychology at Brigham Young University in Utah, USA (2004-2008), while playing college tennis. Since moving back to Australia she has completed a post-graduate Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Psychology from the University of New England, Armidale (2016).

Jen has been involved in various sporting organisations as a coach and a facilitator, and has had close contact with athletes of various levels competing nationally and internationally. She has always had a passion for sport from a young age growing up in Italy, she understands what it’s like to perform under pressure and wants to share her passion and knowledge to help athletes achieve their full potential.

She is currently being supervised and trained by Gareth with her goal to attain full registration as a Performance Psychologist. Jen also speaks Italian and she is learning Russian as a third language.