Kaleb Cusack is a doctoral intern in psychology at the University of North Texas, where he earned a Ph.D. in counseling psychology with a specialization in sports psychology. Kaleb has experience providing clinical services in community mental health, college athletic departments, university counseling centers and private practice. Kaleb has worked with adults from diverse backgrounds and identities for a variety of issues, including anxiety, depression, ADHD struggles, relationship struggles, life phase and coping, and emotional dysregulation. /behavioral. Kaleb has also provided sports performance enhancement and mental skills training services to high school and college athletes as a sports psychology consultant. Kaleb’s therapeutic focus is primarily influenced by Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), but he will also incorporate other cognitive-behavioral and relationship therapies. As a former collegiate athlete and PhD student, Kaleb places great importance on maintaining a work-life balance while finding ways to continue to grow as an individual. In his spare time, Kaleb enjoys reading, watching movies, playing video games, cooking, gardening, exercising, spending time with loved ones, and being outdoors.