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Dr. Kate Campbell
Kate Campbell, DPT, SCS, Cert. MDT, CSCS, completed both her undergraduate degree and Doctor of Physical Therapy at the University of Delaware in Newark, Delaware. Her Bachelor’s of Science studies were in Exercise Physiology with minors in both Strength and Conditioning and Biology. Dr. Campbell has been awarded a Board Certification by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties in Sports Physical Therapy, and is currently one of 18 Physical Therapists in the state of Connecticut with this distinction (only 4 are females). In 2010 she was certified in Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment, more commonly known as the McKenzie method. She is a Certified SportsmetricsTM Trainer, a program designed to teaching female athletes proper biomechanics to avoid ACL injuries. Since 2008, Dr. Campbell has specialized in fabricating custom foot orthotics, evaluating and casting patient’s feet through Stride Orthotics.
Kate was a Division 1 Cheerleader for the University of Delaware and cheered through grad school. She now coaches local cheerleading and in her spare time she enjoys golf with the family, running, training for and competing in triathlons, and chasing her three daughters, age 7, 4 and 5 months.
• Board Certified Specialist in Sports Physical Therapy (SCS)
• Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment, McKenzie method (Cert. MDT)
• Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
• Certified SportsmetricsTM Trainer
• Running evaluations
• Return to Sport Evaluations for post ACL injury or surgery
• LSVT BIG certified
• Custom Orthotic Fabrication
• American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)
• Orthopedic Physical Therapy Section
• Sports Physical Therapy Section
· Sports Special Interest Groups: Golf and Golf Performance, Sports Performance Enhancement, Female Athlete, Running, Youth Athlete, Professional/Collegiate Therapist
• Geriatric Physical Therapy Section
· Geriatric Special Interest Groups: Balance and Falls, Bone Health, Health Promotion and Wellness
• Connecticut Physical Therapy Association
Dr. Josh Brant
Dr. Josh Brant’s focus in on the Mental Game, one of GPC’s 5 Elements of Success. He leads the organization’s sports psychology program and is an adjunct teacher at Ethan Allen Prep.
He is a licensed Clinical Psychologist with 18+ years of experience working with adolescents and their families. Since 2006, he’s led the psychology department at Hopkins School in New Haven, CT, one of the top private high schools in the country. As the head psychologist at Hopkins, Dr. Brant’s responsibilities include teaching Psychology classes and supervising counseling services for 700+ students, ranging in age from 12-18 years old. In his practice, he’s helped students and their families address the many issues associated with a high-performing population (i.e., depression, anxiety, parental pressure, perfectionism, learning disabilities, AD/HD, eating disorders, etc.). Outside of teaching and counseling, Dr. Brant serves as the Head Coach of Varsity Golf and the Assistant Coach of Boys Varsity Soccer at Hopkins and recently won the CSCA Outstanding Assistant Prep School Coach of the Year Award in 2019.
In addition to his work at the Hopkins School, Dr. Brant coaches aspiring professional golfers and top amateurs in Connecticut to improve their mental game. His approach includes strategies for cognitive and emotional self-regulation and, more recently, for physiological self-regulation. He’s also been a contributor to the Connecticut State Golf Association online magazine writing articles on the mental game.
Dr. Brant sits on the Board of Directors for both GPC and EAP.Read More