Dr. Jessica Bartley

Dr. Jessica Bartley

Director of Mental Health, U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee

Dr. Jessica Bartley is the new United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee director of mental health. She has been a clinical assistant professor in the Sport and Performance Psychology (MASPP) program as well as the director of the Center for Performance Excellence in the Graduate School of Professional Psychology at the University of Denver. In these roles, she has taught, supervised, and advised MASPP students as well as managed all of the community partners with whom students complete their fieldwork. Dr. Bartley is a licensed psychologist as well as a licensed clinical social worker in the state of Colorado. She is also a certified mental performance consultant with the Association for Applied Sport Psychology. Dr. Bartley has been contracted as the clinical sport psychologist with USA Karate and has also been working with a group of sport psychologists to serve the mental health and performance needs of USA Track and Field. She has also been providing mental health and performance psychology services to Professional Bull Riding athletes.