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“I’ve never scored a goal in my life without getting a pass from someone else.” — Abby Wambach


“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” Helen Keller


Growing up playing team sports taught me the importance of collaboration and a desire to improve. These resources will help build your life team!


Grounding Techniques:

Mindful Self Compassion: 


Grief and Loss

Athletes and Professionals


You are a masterpiece and a work in progress at the same time. In this episode, Dr. Erin Elmore speaks with Jon Steele, LMFT. Jon is a licensed marriage and family therapist who has focused his private practice on treating high performance clients including athletes and professionals. With personal experience as a former collegiate athlete, Jon combines the complexities of the athlete experience with the performance of professional life. His specialties include treating anxiety, trauma, grief, addiction, and building mental fitness. Whether working with athletes or high-achieving professionals, he helps his clients combat shame, build healthy coping strategies, and increase self-compassion amidst high pressure environments. Together Erin and Jon discuss the characteristics and challenges of high performance clients, the importance of achieving balance, identifying your inner critic, the importance of mindful self-compassion, and the impact of grief and finding a way to move through it

Beyond Artists Block- 5/29/23

How Athletes and Artist's Can Tackle Their Inner Critic- Beyond The Artist's Block Podcast- Rachel Moore, LMFT

Today’s Guest: Jon Steele, LMFT, specializes in the treatment of anxiety, trauma, and grief for athletes and professionals. He runs and operates his own private practice, Jon Steele Therapy. He considers himself an active sports enthusiast and also enjoys the outdoors. He is an avid learner and is currently focused on practicing meditation and grounding. 

  • How both artists and athletes face the challenge of the inner critic

  • Breaking down and addressing feelings of shame, guilt, and regret

  • Shifting our inner dialogue from self-criticism to self-compassion


Coming soon!

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