Tyler Bradstreet, M.S.

Education:

Texas Tech University                                            Ph.D. Counseling Psychology (2017*)

University of North Texas                                     M.S. Sport & Exercise Psychology (2013)

Baylor University                                                      B.A. Psychology; Sociology (2011)

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Tyler just finished his master’s degree at the University of North Texas. He was a Teaching Fellow, and formally taught weight training classes where he  integrated sport psychology techniques in order to promote sustained behavior change and increased physical activity. In addition to his weight training classes, he was a Teaching Assistant for several courses.

Teaching Fellow:

PHED 1210 Weight Training (Fall 2012)
PHED 1211 Weight Training (Fall 2012)
PHED 1210 Weight Training (Spring 2013)
PHED 1210 Weight Training (Spring 2013)
PHED 1210 Weight Training (Summer 2013)

Teaching Assistant:

KINE 4000 Psychology of Sport (Fall 2012)
KINE 4000 Psychology of Sport (Spring 2013)
KINE 4050 Quantitative Analysis (Spring 2013)
KINE 4000 Psychology of Sport (Summer 2013)
HLTH 2200 Human Sexuality (Summer 2013)
HLTH 4100 Epidemiology (Summer 2013)

Tyler was also a consultant at the Center for Sport Psychology and Performance Excellence (CSPPE) at UNT where he provided sport psychology services to individual athletes, coaches, and sport teams from the university and surrounding communities through formal workshops and group/individual consultations.

In the Fall, Tyler will be attending Texas Tech University to pursue a doctoral degree in counseling psychology.

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