Seth Rose, PhD, CMPC®
Seth Rose is an experienced and professional Certified Mental Performance Consultant (CMPC®) and Ph.D. in Sport and Performance Psychology with a strong background in higher education and mental performance consulting with elite performers. He incorporates mental skills training, performance enhancement techniques, and cognitive skills development with various populations such as the military, athletes, and coaches at every level. Specifically, he has consulting experience with sports such as baseball, softball, golf, pole vaulting, rugby, soccer, basketball, martial arts, endurance athletes (swimming, cycling, running, triathlon), and many more at both the club, intercollegiate, and elite levels. He currently serves as a Cognitive Performance Specialist for U.S. Military Special Operations communities in the National Capital Region.
In addition, Seth has worked at several colleges and universities including Cal State Fullerton and the University of Idaho as both teaching faculty and mental performance consultant within their athletic departments. He is the founder of Transition Performance and aims to help individuals reach sustainable, peak performance. Seth has completed his M.S. in Kinesiology specializing in Sport and Performance Psychology from Cal State Fullerton and his Ph.D. in Education specializing in Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology from the University of Idaho.
Seth is a Certified Mental Performance Consultant (CMPC®) with the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) that is passionate about unlocking human excellence and training individuals to reach health and performance goals through systematic mental skills training, using data analytics, heart rate variability biofeedback, cognitive behavioral techniques, mindfulness-based approaches, and leadership development.
Seth enjoys training and racing triathlon in his free time, including long-distance/Ironman events, nature and outdoor activities like hiking, mountain biking, fishing, and spending time with his wife, Erin, and two dogs, Charlie and Tito.