Current and Upcoming Presentations and Workshops

 


2017

 Presentations and Workshops (2017) 

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AUGUST, 2017:


American Psychological Association Convention

  • Celebrity, Power, Danger: The Value and Challenge of Consulting with Highest-Level Performers

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JUNE, 2017:


ESAC, Phillips Andover Academy, Andover, MA Common Practice with Athletes: Constructive Double Teaming. Canadian Psychological Association/Canadian Sport Psychology Association, Toronto

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MARCH, 2017:


Faculty of Music, University of Toronto


Professional Activities (2017) 

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American Psychological Association


Chair-Elect, Publications & Communications Board

Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology Consulting Editor

American Psychologist Art Co-Editor

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Association for Applied Sport Psychology

Journal of Sport Psychology in Action Editorial Board
AASP Fellows Committee
AASP Foundation Awards Committee

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LEAP [Leading Edge After Performance] Advisory Council Member



Current and Upcoming Publications (2017)

Hays, K. F. (in press). Performance psychology with performing artists. In E. O. Acevedo (Ed.) The Oxford encyclopedia of sport, exercise, and performance psychology. New York: Oxford University Press.

Hays, K. F. (in preparation). Developing a sport psychology practice. In S. Walfish, J. Zimmerman, & J. Barnett (Eds.) The handbook of private practice. New York: Oxford University Press.


2016

Interviews (2016)

Dance Spirit Magazine

MetroMorning (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation)

Women's Health

Dance Magazine

Presentations and Workshops (2016) 

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NOVEMBER, 2016:


Who Am I Now? Mental Health Issues for Athletes and Dancers in Transition.
Symposium participant. LEAP Together: Career and Life Transitions in Dance and Sport, Toronto, ON, November 11, 2016.

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OCTOBER, 2016:


Performance Psychology and Sport Psychology: The Chicken and the Egg.
Fred Binding Memorial Lecture in Sport Psychology. Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, ON.

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SEPTEMBER, 2016:


Association for Applied Sport Psychology Annual Conference, Phoenix, AZ

  • Time’s Up! Handling Acute Competition Distraction and Distress. Discussion participant.
  • Distinguished Professional Practice Award.

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AUGUST, 2016:


American Psychological Association Convention. Denver, CO

  • Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology 30 Years On: Intersectionalities, Confluences, and Conflicts. Steven R. Heyman Memorial Lecture.
  • Translations from Athletes to Dancers: What Works and What Doesn’t. Chair and presenter in symposium: The culture of ballet: A primer in performance psychology for practitioner psychologists.

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JULY, 2016:


Performing Arts and Sports: The Practitioner’s Perspective. Chair and presenter in Performing Arts and Sports: Practitioners’, Performers’, and Administrators’ Perspectives on Commonalities and Differences, Performing Arts Medicine Association Annual Symposium. New York, NY.


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MAY, 2016:


Psyching Team for GoodLife FitnessToronto Marathon [Director and Trainer]


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MARCH, 2016:


“Mental Skills for Optimal Performance for The Intersection: Paprika Festival’s Second Annual Conference for Young Artists, Toronto

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Professional Activities (2016) 

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American Psychological Association


Chair-Elect, Publications & Communications Board


Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology Consulting Editor


American Psychologist Art Co-Editor

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Association for Applied Sport Psychology

Journal of Sport Psychology in Action Editorial Board
AASP Fellows Committee
AASP Foundation Awards Committee

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LEAP [Leading Edge After Performance] Advisory Council Member

Current and Upcoming Publications (2016)

Hays, K. F., & Baltzell, A. (2016). Clinical sport psychology. In J.C. Norcross, G. R. VandenBos, & D. K. Freedheim (Editors-in-Chief), APA Handbook of clinical psychology: Vol. 1: Roots and Branches (pp. 337-350). Washington DC: American Psychological Association.

Meijen, C., Day, C., & Hays, K. F. (2016). Running a psyching team: Providing mental support at long–distance running events. Journal of Sport Psychology in Action, 7, 1-11.

Hays, K. F. (2016). Professional spotlight: Kate F. Hays. In J. L. Helms & D. T. Rogers (Eds.) Majoring in psychology (2nd ed.), (pp. 278-279). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Hays, K. F. (in press). Performance psychology with performing artists. In E. O. Acevedo (Ed.) The Oxford encyclopedia of sport, exercise, and performance psychology. New York: Oxford University Press.

Hays, K. F. (in preparation). Developing a sport psychology Practice. In S. Walfish, J. Zimmerman, & J. Barnett (Eds.) The handbook of private practice. New York: Oxford University Press.

 


2015

Interviews (2015)

Global News

CBC-TV

Dance Magazine

Toronto Star

Rally Health

Tribune News

Shape Magazine

Centennial College

Metro Toronto

Buzzfeed

 Presentations and Workshops (2015) 

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NOVEMBER, 2015:


Australia

  • Keynote lecture for Australian Society for Performing Artists
  • Workshops for sport psychologists and psychologists in Brisbane, Australia
  • Workshop for sport psychologists and psychologists in Melbourne, Australia

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OCTOBER, 2015:


Association for Applied Sport Psychology Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana:

  • Athletes and the Arts--moderator
  • Training Graduate Students in Performance Psychology—moderator
  • Boundaries of Therapy, Mental Training, and Coaching

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SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER, 2015:


Sport Psychology class with students at Sutherland-Chan Massage School, Toronto

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AUGUST, 2015:


American Psychological Association Convention, Toronto, Canada

  • Boundary Patrol with Performing Artists
  • What Do Classical Musicians Want?

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MAY, 2015:


Director, Psyching Team for Toronto Marathon


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MARCH, 2015:


Faculty of Music, University of Toronto


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JANUARY, 2015:


Faculty of Music, University of Toronto


Professional Activities (2015) 

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American Psychological Association


Member, Publications & Communications Board


Division of Exercise & Psychology (Division 47)

  • Member of APA Council of Representatives

Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology Consulting Editor


Art Co-Editor, American Psychologist

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Association for Applied Sport Psychology

Ad Hoc Committee on the Future of Certification
Journal of Sport Psychology in Action Editorial Board

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Advisory Council Member, LEAP [ Leading Edge After Performance], Athlete and Dancer Transition Project



Current and Upcoming Publications (2015)

Hays, K. F., & Baltzell, A. (2016). Clinical sport psychology. In J.C. Norcross, G. R. VandenBos, & D. K. Freedheim (Editors-in-Chief), APA Handbook of clinical psychology: Vol. 1: Roots and Branches (pp. 337-350). Washington DC: American Psychological Association.

Hays, K. F. (in preparation) Solvitur ambulando: Exercise and mental health conditions. In S. Razon & M. L. Sachs (Eds.) Applied Exercise Psychology: The Challenging Journey from Motivation to Adherence.

Hays, K. F. (2015). Let’s run with that: Exercise, depression, and anxiety. In M. B. Andersen & S. J. Hanrahan (Eds.) Doing exercise psychology (pp.217-230). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

Hays, K. F. (2015). Consulting. In R. C. Eklund & G. Tenenbaum (Eds.) Encyclopedia of sport and exercise psychology, (Vol. 1, pp. 169-170). Los Angeles, CA: Sage.

Hays, K. F., & Sime, W. E. (2014). Clinical applications of exercise therapy for mental health. In J. L. Van Raalte & B. W. Brewer (Eds.) Exploring sport and exercise psychology (3rd ed.). (pp. 209-239). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

 


2014

Interviews (2014)

Dance Spirit

Toronto Observer

Toronto Star

Toronto Sun

Monitor on Psychology

Globe & Mail

Chatelaine

U.S. News & World Report

NHPR online

Globalnews.ca

Shape.com

Shape

Podcast: Creating a champion Mindset

IndiCan Radio

Humber Radio

Ward & Ali Show Sirius XM167

Presentations and Workshops (2014)

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NOVEMBER, 2014:


Discussion panelist, Rendezvous with Madness

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OCTOBER, 2014:


Association for Applied Sport Psychology

  • Giving Sport Psychology Away

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SEPTEMBER, 2014:


Canadian Sport Psychology Association: The Business of Sport Psychology

  • Webcast participant

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JULY, 2014:


University of New Hampshire Counseling Center– distance interview

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MAY, 2014:


University of North Texas– distance interview

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MARCH, 2014:


University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Performance Psychology for Singers

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FEBRUARY, 2014:


"Key Steps to Optimal Performance in Work and Life" for the Ontario Federal Council

 Professional Activities (2014) 

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Association for Applied Sport Psychology

Ad Hoc Committee on the Future of Certification

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American Psychological Association


Member, Central Programming Group for 2014 APA Convention


Member, Publications & Communications Board


Division of Exercise & Psychology (Division 47)

  • Member of APA Council of Representatives

Advisory Council Member, LEAP [Leading Edge After Performance]

  • Athlete and Dancer Transition project

Art Co-Editor, American Psychologist

Publications (2014)

Hays, K. F., & Baltzell, A. (in preparation). Clinical sport psychology. In J.C. Norcross, G. R. VandenBos, & D. K. Freedheim (Editors-in-Chief), APA Handbook of clinical psychology: Vol. 1: Roots and Branches.

Hays, K. F. (in preparation) Solvitur ambulando: Exercise and mental health conditions. In S. Razon & M. L. Sachs (Eds.) Applied Exercise Psychology: The Challenging Journey from Motivation to Adherence.

Hays, K. F. (in press). Let’s run with that: Exercise, depression, and anxiety. In M. B. Andersen & S. J. Hanrahan (Eds.) Doing exercise psychology.

Hays, K. F. (2014). Ethical issues in consulting with performing artists. In E. F. Etzel and J. Watson (Eds.) Ethical issues in sport, exercise and performance psychology (pp. 123-136). Morgantown, WV: FIT.

Hays, K. F. (in press). Consulting. In R. C. Eklund & G. Tenenbaum (Eds.) Encyclopedia of sport and exercise psychology.

Hays, K. F., & Lesyk, J. J. (2014). Incorporating sport and exercise psychology into clinical practice. In J. L. Van Raalte & B. W. Brewer (Eds.) Exploring sport and exercise psychology (3rd ed.). (pp. 485-504). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Hays, K. F., & Sime, W. E. (2014). Clinical applications of exercise therapy for mental health. In J. L. Van Raalte & B. W. Brewer (Eds.) Exploring sport and exercise psychology (3rd ed.). (pp. 209-239). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.


 

2013

Interviews (2013)

Experience Life

Dance Spirit

USA Today

Toronto Star

Runners World

Buzzsaw

Monitor on Psychology

National Post

Radio 1010

Irun online

Columbia Links [Chicago]

Presentations and Workshops (2013)

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DECEMBER, 2013:


Presentation on sport psychology to Sports Medicine Specialists, Toronto, ON, Canada

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OCTOBER, 2013:


Division 42 Fast Forward Conference: Workshop on Sport Psychology and Performance Psychology


New Hampshire Psychological Association: Workshop on Sport Psychology and Performance Psychology


Association for Applied Sport Psychology Annual Conference

  • Coleman Griffith Lecturer
  •  “Informed Pluralism in Sport Psychology Consulting” symposium participant in M. Aoyagi & A. Poczwardowski (Chairs) Expert Approaches to Sport Psychology II: Demonstrating Theory to Practice with Case Conceptualization

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AUGUST, 2013:


American Psychological Association Annual Convention:

  • Symposium Chair and Discussant: Failure as Fertilizer: Life Lessons Learned from the Competitive Cauldron
  • Symposium presenter: Consulting in Contemporary Dance

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JULY, 2013:


University of New Hampshire – distance interview

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APRIL, 2013:


West Virginia University – distance interview

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JANUARY, 2013:


Lecture on Depression in Athletes at Meeting for Canadian Sport Centre and National Sport Organization mental performance consultants/sport psychologists

 Professional Activities (2013) 

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Association for Applied Sport Psychology

Ad Hoc Committee on the Future of Certification

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American Psychological Association


Member, Central Programming Group for 2014 APA Convention


Member, Publications & Communications Board


Division of Exercise & Psychology (Division 47)

  • Member of APA Council of Representatives

Psychologists in Independent Practice (Division 42)

  • Fellows Committee

Art Co-Editor, American Psychologist

Publications (2013)

Hays, K. F., & Lesyk, J. J. (in press). Incorporating sport and exercise psychology into clinical practice. In J. L. Van Raalte & B. W. Brewer (Eds.) Exploring sport and exercise psychology (3rd ed.). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Hays, K. F., & Sime, W. E. (in press). Clinical applications of exercise therapy for mental health. In J. L. Van Raalte & B. W. Brewer (Eds.) Exploring sport and exercise psychology (3rd ed.). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Hays, K. F. (in press). Ethical issues in consulting with performing artists. In E. F. Etzel and J. Watson (Eds.) Ethical Issues in Sport, Exercise and Performance Psychology. Morgantown, WV: FIT.

Hays, K. F. (in preparation). Persons with mental health conditions. In S. Razon & M. L. Sachs. Applied exercise psychology: The challenging journey from motivation to adherence.

Hays, K. F. (in preparation). Let’s run with that: Exercise, depression, and anxiety. In M. B. Andersen & S. J. Hanrahan (Eds.) Doing exercise psychology. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

Hays, K. F. (in preparation). Consulting. In R. C. Eklund & G. Tenenbaum (Eds.) Encyclopedia of sport and exercise psychology. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Blog for Psychology Today:
http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/bloggers/kate-f-hays-phd

International Association for Women Runners Guest Expert -Go to http://iawr-connect.com/

 


2012

Interviews (2012)

Print:

 

Chill

Dance Studio Life

Elle

Globe & Mail

Men's Fitness

Muscle & Fitness

Psychology Today

Ryerson Magazine

Sweat

Toronto Star

Wall Street Journal

Television and Net:

 

Channel EQHD + Walrus

CTV News

Presentations and Workshops (2012)

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OCTOBER, 2012:


Tele-Consultation Groups  for professionals October 2012-June, 2013 -see Services, for Professionals, for details


Association for Applied Sport Psychology

  • Tele-Consultation Groups: A Model for Interprofessional Collaboration and Continuing Education. Symposium with Kristine Eiring (Chair) and Tim Herzog. Association for Applied Sport Psychology, Atlanta, GA, October 5, 2012.

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AUGUST, 2012:


American Psychological Association, Orlando, FL

  • Co-presenter in day-long Continuing Education program: Consulting for Peak Performance: New Venues for Professional Practice
  • Invited speaker in Presidential symposium on Interprofessional Practice: Expanding Performance in Exercise and Sport Psychology. Title: “Interprofessional Collaboration: The Independent Practitioner in a Sports Medicine Clinic”
  • Chair and Discussant in Symposium, On Pointe: Issues Consulting with Ballet Companies
  • “Integrating Sport Psychology into a Sports Medicine Clinic” in Symposium: Moving your Psychology Practice into Health Settings: Strategies and Contrasts

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MAY, 2012:


Co-Director, Psyching Team for the Toronto Marathon

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FEBRUARY, 2012:


Workshops for students and parents at Sean Boutilier Academy of Dance, Etobicoke, ON

 Professional Activities (2012) 

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Association for Applied Sport Psychology


Ad Hoc Committee on the Future of Certification


Continuing Education Committee


Hospitality Committee

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American Psychological Association


Division of Exercise & Sport Psychology (Division 47) Public Interest Committee


Division of Independent Practice (Division 42) Fellows Committee

Art Co-Editor, American Psychologist

Publications (2012)

Hays, K. F. (2012). Kate Hays. In A. Poczwardowski & M. Aoyagi (Eds.) The Chronicle of Expert Approaches to Sport & Performance Psychology (pp. 71-89). Morgantown, WV: Fitness Information Technology.

Hays, K. F. (in press). Sport psychology. In C. E. Stout (Ed.), Getting better at private practice. New York: Wiley.

Hays, K. F. (2012). The Psychology of Performance in Sport and Other Domains. In S. M. Murphy (Ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Sport and Performance Psychology (pp. 24-45). Oxford University Press.

Dzikus, L., Fisher, L. A., & Hays, K. F. (2012). Shared Responsibility: A Case of and for “Real Life” Ethical Decision-Making in Sport Psychology. The Sport Psychologist, 26, 519-539.

Herzog, T., & Hays, K. F. (2012). Therapist or Mental Skills Coach? How to Decide. The Sport Psychologist, 26, 486-499.

Blog for Psychology Today:
http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/bloggers/kate-f-hays-phd

International Association for Women Runners Guest Expert -Go to http://iawr-connect.com/

 


2011

Interviews (2011)

Womansday.com

Adventura

Globe & Mail

Ontario Tennis Association

Runners World

Video

Carl Thornton

Globe & Mail

Parent's magazine

GlobalNews TV

Dance Spirit Magazine

National Post

Canadian Running

McClatchy-Tribue

Presentations and Workshops (2011)

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OCTOBER, 2011:

“Meet the Authors”: Interviewed by Steven Walfish, Ph.D.,
www.thepracticeinstitute.com


Tele-Consultation Groups  for professionals October 2011-June, 2012 -see Services, for Professionals, for details

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AUGUST, 2011:


American Psychological Association, Washington, DC

  • Chair and Presenter in Symposium, “Sport/Performance Psychology: How to Expand in Media, Technology, and Telecommunications” Tele-Consultation Groups in Sport and Performance Psychology
  • Panel discussion participant: State of the Art in Sport Psychology: Science to Practice

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MAY, 2011:


Co-Director, Psyching Team for the Toronto Marathon

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APRIL, 2011:


Division of Independent Practice (Division 42) of American Psychological Association, “Virtual Happy Hour”: Putting Sport and Performance Psychology into (Your) Practice

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MARCH, 2011:


University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Performance Psychology for Singers

 Professional Activities (2011) 

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Association for Applied Sport Psychology


Continuing Education Committee


Hospitality Committee

Ontario Psychological Association Convention Planning Committee

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American Psychological Association


Division of Exercise & Sport Psychology (Division 47) 25th Anniversary Committee


Division of Exercise & Sport Psychology (Division 47) Public Interest Committee


Division of Independent Practice (Division 42) Fellows Committee

Art Co-Editor, American Psychologist

Publications (2011)

Hays, K. F. (in press). An applied theory of optimal performance. In A. Poczwardowski & M. Aoyagi (Eds.) The Chronicle of Expert Approaches to Sport & Performance Psychology. Morgantown, WV: Fitness Information Technology.

Hays, K. F., & Lesyk, J. J. (in press). Incorporating sport and exercise psychology into clinical practice. In J. L. Van Raalte & B. W. Brewer (Eds.) Exploring sport and exercise psychology (3rd ed.). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Hays, K. F., & Sime, W. E. (in press). Clinical applications of exercise therapy for mental health. In J. L. Van Raalte & B. W. Brewer (Eds.) Exploring sport and exercise psychology (3rd ed.). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Hays, K. F. (in press). Sport psychology. In C. E. Stout (Ed.), Getting better at private practice. New York: Wiley.

Hays, K. F. (in press). The Psychology of Performance in Sport and Other Domains. In S. M. Murphy (Ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Sport and Performance Psychology. Oxford University Press.

Hays, K. F. (in press). Ethical issues in consulting with performing artists. In E. F. Etzel and J. Watson (Eds.) Ethical Issues in Sport, Exercise and Performance Psychology. Morgantown, WV: FIT.

Blog for Psychology Today:
http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/bloggers/kate-f-hays-phd

International Association for Women Runners Guest Expert -Go to http://iawr-connect.com/


2010

Interviews (2010)

Ryersonian

Los Angeles Times

The Eye Opener

Associated Press

Dance Teacher

Globe & Mail

Global TV

Parents Magazine

Pointe Magazine

Runner’s World

NOW

Canadian Business Magazine

Dance Spirit

Dance Magazine

91X online

Parents Magazine

Presentations and Workshops (2010)

OCTOBER, 2010:

Toronto Marathon Psyching Team member and Pasta Dinner speaker
-- see http://www.torontomarathon.com/psychingteam.shtml

Association for Applied Sport Psychology, Providence, RI:
  • That’s why we’re called practitioners: Tele-consultation groups for lifelong learning in sport psychology.

  • Exercise and Psychotherapy: Mental Benefits and Therapists’ Perspectives.

  • Invited Keynote Panelist discussing Performance Psychology

Tele-Consultation Groups  for professionals October 2010-June, 2011—see Services, for Professionals, for details

SEPTEMBER, 2010:

“Mental Skills for Optimal Dance Performance” at Healthy Dancer Canada annual conference: http://www.healthydancercanada.org/

AUGUST, 2009:

American Psychological Association, San Diego, California
  • Speed Mentoring
  • Chair and Presenter in Conversation Hour: How Is Performance Psychology Working for You?
  • Co-chair and Presenter in Discussion: American Psychologist Cover Art -- Past, Present, Future.

Workshop on mental preparation at Running Room, North York, ON

JUNE, 2010:

WomenSport International Conference on Disorders of Sexual Development.

APRIL, 2010:

What Sport Psychology Can Teach Us About Performance Psychology -- and Vice Versa. Dorothy Harris Endowed Lecture, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA

Sport Psychology consultant for Dressage Canada High Performance clinic

MARCH, 2010:

Kawartha Lakes Dressage Association: Introduction to Performance Enhancement Training

Ryerson University: Careers in Sport Psychology

University of Toronto Faculty of Music " Performance Psychology for Singers"

FEBRUARY, 2010:

Recipient of Ontario Psychological Association Public Education Award 

JANUARY, 2010:

Workshops with Association of Ontario Snowboarders developmental athletes

Professional Activities (2010)

Association for Applied Sport Psychology Hospitality Committee

Ontario Psychological Association Convention Planning Committee

American Psychological Association Committee on Structure and Function of Council (2008-2010), Chair 2010

Art Co-Editor, American Psychologist

Publications (2010)

International Association for Women Runners Guest Expert -Go to http://iawr-connect.com/

Stapleton, A. B, Hankes, D. M., Hays, K. F., & Parham, W. D. (2010). Ethical Dilemmas in Sport Psychology: A Dialogue on the Unique Aspects Impacting Practice. Professional Psychology: Research & Practice. 41, 143-152

Hays, K. F. (2010). Depression. In S. Hanrahan & M.B. Andersen (Eds.) Routledge Handbook of Applied Sport Psychology (pp. 250-259). London: Routledge.

Blog for Psychology Today:
http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/bloggers/kate-f-hays-phd

Stapleton, A. B, Hankes, D. M., Hays, K. F., & Parham, W. D. (2010). Ethical Dilemmas in Sport Psychology: A Dialogue on the Unique Aspects Impacting Practice. Professional Psychology: Research & Practice. 41, 143-152


2009

Interviews (2009)

Canadian Running

Global TV

"Fitness Matters" American Council on Exercise

CBC TV

Winston-Salem Journal

"Fully Alive" Sirius Satellite 159

Humber Etc.

Can West

Presentations and Workshops (2009)

OCTOBER, 2009: Running Room re optimal mental preparation for Run for the Cure

OCTOBER, 2009: Tele-Consultation Groups for professionals October, 2009-May, 2010
-- see Services, for Professionals, for details

OCTOBER, 2009: Toronto Marathon Psyching Team

SEPTEMBER, 2009: Association for Applied Sport Psychology Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, UT:

Breathing: Our First Mental Skill [invited address]

Doing Performance Psychology

Positive Psychology for Optimal Performance

Experiential workshops for Sport Psych Expo

AUGUST, 2009: American Psychological Association, Toronto, ON

Presenter in Symposium: Publishing in Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts

Chair and Presenter in Workshop: Performance Psychology in Action

Discussant in Symposium: Writing

Discussant in Symposium: Effective Interventions for Promoting Exercise

JULY, 2009: Interviewed by Dr. Ben Dean on "Performance Psychology" -- MP3 recording available on request: contact Dr. Hays

JUNE, 2009: "Your 're On! Performance Psychology in Action" at the Sport Psychology Institute, University of Southern Maine

JUNE, 2009: "Embodying Positive Psychology": Poster @ World Congress on Positive Psychology

APRIL, 2009: School of Toronto Dance Theatre

MARCH, 2009:University of Toronto Faculty of Music: "Performance Psychology for Singers" School of Toronto Dance Theatre

FEBRUARY, 2009: Mental Skills Workshop at Running Room, Toronto

Professional Activities (2009)

Ontario Psychological Association Representative to American Psychological Association Council of Representatives (2007-2009)

Ontario Psychological Association Convention Planning Committee

American Psychological Association Committee on Structure and Function of Council (2008-2010)

Art Co-Editor, American Psychologist

Division of Exercise & Sport Psychology Ad Hoc Proficiency Committee

Publications (2009)

Hays, K. F. (Ed.) (2009). Performance psychology in action: A casebook for working with athletes, performing artists, business leaders, and professionals in high-risk occupations. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Hays, K. F. (2009). Energizing your practice through sport psychology. New York State Psychologist, 20, 2-6.

Blog for Psychology Today:
http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/bloggers/kate-f-hays-phd


2008

Interviews (2008)

WebMD

Yourneighborhoodnews.com

Runners World Magazine

Oxygen

Sweat Magazine (x2) 

Vim & Vigor

APA Monitor on Psychology

Quick & Simple

Fitness Magazine(x2)

MarieClaire

Presentations and Workshops (2008)

DECEMBER, 2008: Workshop with School of Toronto Dance Theatre

OCTOBER, 2008: Workshop with School of Toronto Dance Theatre

AUGUST, 2008: Mental Skills Workshop at Running Room, Toronto

AUGUST, 2008: American Psychological Association, Boston, MA 

Chair and Presenter in Symposium: Performance Psychology in the 21st Century

Chair and Presenter in Workshop: Breath: The Bridge Between Mind and Body

APRIL, 2008: Positive Psychology Visiting Scholar, Geelong Grammar School, Geelong, Victoria, AU 

Visiting Scholar Positive Psychology Lecture Series, Melbourne, AU, http://www.ais.vic.edu.au/schools/pubs/lecture_series_brochure.pdf

MARCH, 2008: University of Toronto Faculty of Music 

Professional Activities (2008)

Ontario Psychological Association Representative to American Psychological Association Council of Representatives (2007-2009)

Ontario Psychological Association Convention Planning Committee

American Psychological Association Committee on Structure and Function of Council (2008-2010)

Art Co-Editor, American Psychologist

Division of Exercise & Sport Psychology Ad Hoc Proficiency Committee


2007

Interviews

Calgary Herald

WebMD

Humber College Newspaper

IA Newswire

National Tennessean

Toronto Sun

Toronto Star [front page article on Psyching Team]

Project Health Radio

CTV National News

Global TV

Family Circle Magazine

Fitness Magazine

Runners World Magazine

Allure Magazine

Presentations and Workshops

OCTOBER, 2007: University of Pennsylvania, Master of Arts in Positive Psychology program: Mens sana in corpore sano

OCTOBER, 2007: Association for Applied Sport Psychology, Louisville, KY: Chair and Presenter at symposium: Motivation, self-evaluation tendencies, and well-being in dancers

OCTOBER, 2007: Director of Toronto Marathon Psyching Team

AUGUST, 2007: American Psychological Association Convention, San Francisco:

Chair and Presenter at symposium: Performance Psychology in Action

Symposium presentation: Changing Health Behaviors: Intersections of Exercise, Psychology, and Psychotherapy

JUNE, 2007: Discussant in workshop on Training Competent Sport Psychologists, Canadian

MAY, 2007: Workshop for National Ballet of Canada

MAY, 2007: Disordered Eating Up-Close and Personal at National Eating Disorders Information Centre Conference, Toronto

APRIL, 2007: Branksome Hall, Toronto 

MARCH, 2007: University of Toronto Faculty of Music

FEBRUARY & APRIL, 2007: Workshops on Performance Preparation for School of Toronto Dance Theatre 

JANUARY, 2007: Pax Christi Chorale

JANUARY, 2007: Workshop at Seneca College on Psychology of Performance

Professional Activities

Ontario Psychological Association Representative to American Psychological Association Council of Representatives (2007-2009)

Chair, American Psychological Association Committee on Division/APA Relations

Division of Exercise & Sport Psychology Ad Hoc Proficiency Committee


2006

Interviews

Allure

Because We Care

bp 

Canadian Living

CBC: Sunday Morning and CBC TV

Chatelaine and Chatelaine online

DOSE

Entertainment Tonight Canada

Global National and Global TV (2 times)

Glow

Hamilton Spectator

Humber College Radio

Men’s Health

MORE Magazine

National Culinary Review

National Post

New York Times

Ontario College Athletic Association Newsletter

Oxygen 

Runner’s World

Ryerson Review of Journalism

Spree

Toronto Star

Wall Street Journal

Woman’s Day

Women’s Health

Presentations and Workshops

OCTOBER, 2006: Director of Toronto Marathon Psyching Team

AUGUST, 2006: American Psychological Association annual Convention, New Orleans

Discussant in symposium, Psychologist as artist, artist as psychologist

JUNE, 2006: Workshop at Certified Professional Trainers Network Conference 2006: “Slippery Slopes: Developing and Maintaining Boundaries in Your Work”  

MARCH & APRIL, 2006: Workshops on Performance Preparation for School of Toronto Dance Theatre  

FEBRUARY, 2006: Getting Going, Keeping Going: How to Learn to Love Exercise. Workshop at University of Waterloo .

JANUARY, 2006: Mental Skills workshops with Canadian Opera Company Ensemble Studio

JANUARY, 2006: Psyching Up workshop at Beaches Running Room, Toronto  

Articles

Dr. Hays named Art Co-Editor of American Psychologist

Hays, K. F. (2006). Book favorites. AAASP Newsletter

Hays, K. F. (2006). Being Fit: The Ethics of Practice Diversification in Performance Psychology. Professional Psychology: Research & Practice.

Hays, K. F. (2006). Co-editor of special section of Professional Psychology: Research & Practice on Performance Psychology

Hays, K. F., & Katchen, K. (2006). Reaching out, reaching in: Two examples of public education. Professional Psychology: Research & Practice. 


2005

Interviews

Atlanta Sports & Fitness 

CBC News Sunday 

CBC World Report & Newsworld 

Chatelaine 

For Me magazine 

Georgia Straight 

Global News 

Guelph Mercury 

Health Magazine 

Los Angeles Times (2 times)

MacLean’s 

Muscle & Fitness 

Muscle & Fitness Hers  

Newsday 

New York Times 

Readers Digest 

Runner’s World (4 times) 

Running Room magazine

Sirius Satellite 

Smithsonian Magazine 

Stable Management 

St. Paul (MN) Pioneer Press 

Sweat Magazine 

Time

Trenton (NJ) Times

Wall Street Journal 

Presentations and Workshops

OCTOBER, 2005: Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology Annual Conference, Vancouver , BC

Workshop Participant: Theories and constructs for performance excellence.

Workshop Participant: Media messaging: Some general media principles + doing radio interviews.

OCTOBER, 2005: Director of Toronto Marathon Psyching Team

SEPTEMBER, 2005: The Mental Benefits of Physical Activity. Southdown Institute, Aurora , ON .

SEPTEMBER, 2005: Psyching Up workshop at Beaches Running Room, Toronto

AUGUST, 2005: American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Washington , DC :

Symposium Participant: Exercise: A Path to Care of Body, Mind, and Spirit

Chair, Award Ceremony for Division of Exercise & Sport Psychology Distinguished Contributions to Education (awarded to Michael Sachs, Ph.D.)

Ontario Representative to Council of Representatives

JUNE, 2005 : Cross-Country Mind-Body Media Tour (Halifax, Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary )  

JUNE 2, 2005 : Participant concerning “Exercise and Physical Activity” during Conversation Evening on Psychology and Wellness, sponsored by the Ontario Psychological Association Section on Independent Practice  

APRIL, 2005: Workshop on Mental Preparation for Optimal Performance @ Cardinal Carter Academy of the Arts

MARCH, 2005: Workshops on Performance Preparation for School of Toronto Dance Theatre

FEBRUARY, 2005: Workshop on Move Your Body, Tone Your Mood @ Unitarian Congregation of South Peel, Mississauga  


2004

Presentations

DECEMBER, 2004: Guest art editor for American Psychologist

NOVEMBER, 2004: Dr. Hays presented day-long workshops in Kitchener and Ottawa, ON for the CITE.

OCTOBER, 2004: For the sixth year, Dr. Hays led the Psyching Team for the Toronto Marathon. For more information about these services, see http://www.torontomarathon.com/healthwellness.shtml. The services of the Psyching Team were featured in the Toronto Star. If you are interested in participating with the next Psyching Team, please contact Dr. Hays directly.

OCTOBER, 2004: Symposium: Marathons from Start to Finish, Annual Conference of the Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, Minneapolis

AUGUST, 2004: American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Honolulu

Recipient of the Division of Exercise & Sport Psychology Bruce Ogilvie Award for Professional Practice

Workshop and Symposium Participant:

Sport Psychology Proficiency workshop: Clinical and Counseling Issues

Get Published

Peak Performance Consulting: Being Fit  

MAY, 2004: Speaker at OPA-sponsored “Mental Health Tune-Up” on the subject of Move Your Body, Tone Your Mood

FEBRUARY, 2004: Key Skills in Performance Psychology Consultation. Annual Convention of the Ontario Psychological Association, Toronto

FEBRUARY, 2004. Invited speaker, Wyoming Psychological Association.

JANUARY, 2004: Appointed as Ontario representative to the American Psychological Association Council of Representatives (2004-2006)

WINTER, 2004: Course AEC1275H SI L0101 at the University of Toronto . Special Topics in Counseling Psychology: Performance Psychology: Consulting for Peak Performance


2003

Presentations

OCTOBER 18-19, 2003 . Dr. Hays again led the Psyching Team for the Toronto Marathon. For more information about these services, see http://www.torontomarathon.com/healthwellness.shtml. The Psyching Team was featured in a segment of the Discovery Channel’s program, Daily Planet. If you are interested in participating with the next Psyching Team, please contact Dr. Hays directly.

OCTOBER 10, 2003. Taking Inventory: Are you ready for Performance Consulting? Colloquium. Annual Conference of the Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, Philadelphia.

SEPTEMBER 15, 2003. Dr. Hays was interviewed for a segment of the Discovery Channel’s program, Daily Planet, concerning Stage Fright.

AUGUST 7-10, 2003 American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Toronto

August 7, 2003: Participant in Plenary Session: Mental Preparation for Professional Athletes and Performing Artists: A Dialogue

August 9, 2003: Psyching Teams: The Tangible Metaphors of Giving Sport Psychology Away. Presidential Address, Division 47.

August 10, 2003: Co-chair and participant: You’re On! Consulting for Peak Performance.

MAY 31, 2003. Working It Out: Using Exercise in Psychotherapy. Workshop. New York State Psychological Association Convention, Kerhonksen, NY.

MAY 31, 2003. Get Your Practice Moving: New Opportunities. Keynote address. New York State Psychological Association Convention, Kerhonksen, NY.

MAY 7, 2003: Mental Health Tune-Up

APRIL 24, 2003. Ten Tips for Psyching Up. Running Room, Toronto.

APRIL 23, 2003. Seven Habits for Success. OPA-sponsored Lunch and Learn seminar, The International Group, Toronto.

APRIL 17, 2003. Mental Health Wellness—How to Keep Fit. OPA-sponsored Lunch and Learn seminar, CNC Global, Toronto.

MARCH 6, 2003. April 24, 2003. Ten Tips for Psyching Up. Running Room, Toronto.

FEBRUARY 21, 2003. Working with the Media to Promote Psychology. Symposium participant. Annual Convention of the Ontario Psychological Association, Toronto.

FEBRUARY 20, 2003. Performers: When Perfect is the Only Thing. Chair and participant in symposium, Perfectionism: Good, bad, or always ugly? Annual Convention of the Ontario Psychological Association, Toronto.


2002

Presentations

DECEMBER 2, 2002 Dr. Hays has presented a workshop on performance to music students at the University of Western Ontario

OCTOBER 20, 2002 For the fourth year, Dr. Hays led the Psyching Team at the Canadian International Marathon. Over 400 runners were given mental skills tips and support prior to and after the race by twenty-two psychologists, sport psychologists, and graduate students. This successful program was highlighted through an interview with Dr. Hays on CBC's Metro Morning on October 21, as well as in a write-up in the Toronto Star. For more information on the Psyching Team, see http://www.torontomarathon.com/healthwellness.shtml

SEPTEMBER 22, 2002 Presentation on Psychology as a Business as part of the Ontario Psychological Association-sponsored seminar series "Legal, Ethical and Professional Issues in Psychology"

SEPTEMBER 28, 2002 Keynote speaker @ Sport CARE Women's College/Sunnybrook Hospital Conference: Being Fit, Being Female: Exercise Prescription through a Woman's Lifecycle

AUGUST 22-25, 2002 American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Chicago

AUGUST 22, 2002: Inaugural showing of video interview on Exercise, as part of the APA Psychotherapy Video Series III: Behavioral  Health and Health Counseling

AUGUST 22, 2002, 10:30 a.m. Booth 326 Convention Floor:  Meet Dr Hays as she joins Dr Dr. Jon Carlson, producer of the Behavioral Health and Health Counseling video series

AUGUST 22, 2002: Chair of Division 47 Awards Ceremony

AUGUST 23, 2002: Participant in symposium Psychology of the Dancer/Athlete

AUGUST 23, 2002: Chair, Division 47 Keynote presentation by Gloria Balague, Ph.D.

AUGUST 23, 2002: Participant in discussion  on update of Division 47 Proficiency Proposal

AUGUST 23, 2002: Chair, Division 47 Business Meeting

Release of  Exercise video, part of the APA Psychotherapy Video Series III: Behavioral Health and Health Counseling (descriptions of all the tapes in the series and an order form can be found at http://www.apa.org/videos/series3.html).

JULY/AUGUST, 2002.  Dr Hays is quoted in "If you do just one thing, make it exercise", APA Monitor on Psychology, July/August 2002 issue

JUNE 16, 2002. Motivation for Running a Race-and Beyond. Runners Shop, Toronto.

MAY 29, 2002. Ten Tips for Psyching Up. Sevenoaks (Kent, UK) Athletic Club

APRIL 24, 2002. Working it out: Research, training, and practice questions in exercise and sport psychology. University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK.

APRIL 7, 2002. Ten Tips for Psyching Up. Runners Shop, Toronto.

APRIL, 2002. Publication of book chapter: Hays, K. F. & Smith, R. J. (2002). Incorporating sport and exercise psychology into clinical practice. In J. L. Van Raalte & B. W. Brewer (Eds.) Exploring sport and exercise psychology (2nd ed.) (pp. 479-502). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

MARCH, 2002. Publication of book: Hays, K. F. (2002). Move your body, tone your mood. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger.

 

 
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