Dr. Jarrod Spencer is a Performance Psychologist whose passion is keeping high functioning people on top of their game. His forte is teaching leaders how the mind works best. Dr. Spencer empowers leaders with the essential mental elements of high performance. His signature concept is “Mind of the Leader.” His central message is “clearer mind, better performance.”
Through speaking and one-on-one coaching with business leaders around the country, Dr. Spencer serves his clients on a broad spectrum of psychological aspects of performance. His experiences often center on equipping emerging leaders with the necessary mental skills to excel at their future leadership roles. Other expertise includes management of intergenerational leadership issues and change management.
Dr. Spencer is a licensed psychologist with a private practice office located in historic downtown Easton, Pennsylvania. He is the sports psychologist for several major division 1 athletic departments and teams, as well as professional and world-class athletes.
Dr. Spencer has an affinity for sharing Performance Psychology via the media. He starred on the regional sports TV show “What the Heck Were They Thinking!?” with former heavyweight boxing champion Larry Holmes, as well as his current TV show Mind of the Athlete. He is a weekly guest on ESPN Radio.
A graduate of Argosy University in Chicago, Dr. Jarrod Spencer has extensive training and experience in the field of health psychology. He earned his Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from West Chester University and his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychobiology from Lafayette College. Dr. Spencer is a member of the American Psychological Association, Pennsylvania Psychological Association, Lehigh Valley Psychological Association, NCAA speakers, and American Association of Christian Counselors.
Dr. Spencer resides in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania (the coolest place in the country) with his wife and 3 kids. He has a passion for God, sports, and hiking. His interests are in magic, comedians, and Revolutionary War history.