Our Sports Team
The Performance in Mind sports performance consulting team consists of lifelong learners, subject matter experts, and scholar-practitioners across multiple disciplinary fields with diverse expertise and deep sports experience.
Dr. Nick Molinaro
Dr. Nick is a licensed psychologist with over 35 years of experience in clinical, sport, and performance psychology. He serves as a strategic performance consultant to Fortune 500 companies in the financial, pharmaceutical, and manufacturing sectors. His roster of elite athletes includes players in the PGA, LPGA, NBA, and NFL as well as USA Olympic team members in multiple sports.
Marshai is a performance consultant working with professional and collegiate athletes focusing on mental fortitude, cognitive performance, stress management, and mindfulness. She has spent over a decade working to address challenges related to anxiety, depression, and life transitions. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and has a M.A. in Counseling from California State University, Fresno. She is a former Division I athlete.
Dr. Dan Cohn
Dan Cohn is a licensed clinical and sport psychologist. Dan received a Master’s degree in Kinesiology with a sport psychology specialization from Temple University, and a Doctoral degree in clinical psychology from La Salle University. Dan has worked with high-performing athletes in both collegiate and professional settings. Dan is also a trained TAIS administrator and provides assessment, feedback, and coaching.
Dr. Bradley Borne
Dr. Bradley Borne started his career as a sports medicine therapist in Aspen, Colorado working with driven, successful people with high expectations and ambitious performance goals. In NYC, Bradley was the Director of Sports Medicine and Wellness at Golf & Body, an exclusive private club of 200 members. Here he collaborated with a team of golf professionals, fitness trainers and other wellness professionals and began creating customized programs for members based on their needs, lifestyle and goals.
Bobby is the assistant head coach for University of Maryland men’s lacrosse team. He previously coached for Johns Hopkins University for fourteen years, winning the national championship twice. He has mentored countless All-Americans, national team members, and professionals. Bobby holds a BA in Economics from Johns Hopkins University and an MS in Organizational Leadership from Robert Morris University.