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Cassandra Pasquariello Wallace

Cassandra Pasquariello Wallace

Cassandra Pasquariello Wallace, Ph.D., approaches her work by seeing the individual as a human first. She oversees the development and implementation of mental health services, performance psychology training, and corporate health and wellness services for Pasquariello Wallace Therapy & Consulting. She provides individual psychological sessions, team trainings, key notes, consulting and educational workshops for athletic teams, parents, corporate teams and corporate administrators, and key personnel regarding the psychological well-being of individuals, performance, and emerging team needs. She has taught numerous college courses in sport and exercise psychology, group dynamics, life skills at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Through her fifteen years of experience working with elite athletes and performers, Dr. Pasquariello Wallace has developed a strong commitment to working from a life skills and counseling sport psychology perspective. She is committed to multicultural issues and to working effectively with an increasingly diverse population. She has embraced the community psychology model to reach individuals who typically face barriers to access treatment and has strived to develop and facilitate programs for elite performers while partnering with key stakeholders to de-stigmatize the use of mental health services.

Prior to her recent return to California, Dr. Pasquariello Wallace most recently served as the Director of Clinical & Sport Psychology for the University of Wisconsin Department of Athletics from 2019-2021. Previously, Dr. Pasquariello Wallace served as the Director of Counseling & Sport Psychology for the University of Washington Department of Athletics from 2015-2018. Dr. Pasquariello Wallace earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Behavioral Science at Pacific Union College where she played basketball and volleyball, before completing both a Master of Education degree in Counseling Psychology (Sport Psychology) at Boston University and a Master of Science degree in Counseling Psychology at Virginia Commonwealth University. She completed her Doctoral Degree in Counseling Psychology (APA-Accredited) with a concentration in Sport and Exercise Psychology at Virginia Commonwealth University. She completed her Psychology Predoctoral Internship (APA-Accredited) and Postdoctoral Fellowship at Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where she served as the CAPS liaison to UCSB Athletics.

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