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Kyle Panek is a certified Sports Performance Enhancement Specialist through the National Academy of Sports Medicine and has been helping athletes achieve their performance goals on and off the playing field for over five years. He also holds certifications as a TPI Level One Coach as well as a Precision Nutrition Coach. Kyle attended Elms College in Chicopee, MA where he was a collegiate athlete, competing on the Elms College Golf Team. He grew up in Belchertown, MA playing sports throughout high school and college. Kyle decided to take that passion for sport and become a coach to help athletes feel better, move better and ultimately help athletes perform their best in the gym and on the course! During his off time, Kyle enjoys playing golf, workout sessions of his own and learning more about performance and exercise.Read More
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Wally Gonzalez joined the GPC team in 2015 after graduating from the University of Hartford with a degree in Business Management and Marketing. Wally was a four-year member and two-time Cleveland/Srixon All-America Scholar of the Hawks Men’s D-1 Golf Team. He is currently TPI-certified and is looking towards learning more about the golf game through the PGA Program and TPI certifications. Wally is a First Tee of San Diego Alum, where he spent a substantial amount of time learning the game as well as volunteering to teach their life and golf skills until he moved to Ridgefield, CT from San Diego, CA, where his parents and younger brother Will still reside.Read More
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
Brittney Romagna has a BA in Psychology, is a Registered Behavioral Technician, and holds certifications in Mental Health First Aid and Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Counseling. Brittney is a published researcher for Western Connecticut State University’s Vision and Cognition Lab, focusing on the effects of stress on cognition, bringing a deeper understanding of the human brain and what it needs to learn. In viewing education through the lens of neuroscience, she can determine why certain approaches work for some learners and not others. Brittney heartily believes the EAP program allows students to redefine what it means to learn and that students who participate in this unconventional and forward-looking academic experience will be ahead of the curve in receiving a high quality, personalized education.Read More