Dr. Dana Sinclair
Dr. Dana A. Sinclair is a registered psychologist who serves as a consultant for many business organizations and professional sport franchises. Her current sport client list includes the NFL’s Detroit Lions, MLB’s Los Angeles Dodgers, the NHL’s Anaheim Ducks and Calgary Flames, the NBA’s Portland Trail Blazers, and a number of individual professional athletes.
Dana has worked with a number of Olympic teams, taking her to the Olympic Games in Nagano, Sydney and Salt Lake City in her capacity as the teams’ performance psychologist. A former international athlete herself, Dana served as captain of the Canadian Field Hockey Team.
Dana holds doctorates from the University of Cambridge and the University of Ottawa, and is a Clinical Assistant Professor with the Faculty of Medicine at the University of British Columbia. She is a Certified Consultant with the Association of Applied Sport Psychology, is a member of the United States Olympic Committee’s Sport Psychology Registry as well as the American Psychological Association. Dana has served as the Director of the Pacific Region’s Athlete Services Program for the Canadian Olympic Committee and was a Jr. Research Fellow at Hughes Hall, University of Cambridge. The Canadian Baseball Network has just ranked her #9 on the 2016 Most Influential Canadians in Baseball top 100 list.
As a partner with Human Performance International, a management consulting firm dedicated to improving effectiveness in both the corporate world and the sporting arena through a variety of training and developmental programs, Dana utilizes her extensive skills and experience to help performers consistently be better.