Stu Singer is the founder and owner of WellPerformance. Over the years, Stu has worked as the sport psychology consultant for the NBA’s Washington Wizards, the WNBA’s 2019 World Champion Washington Mystics, the University of Maryland Basketball team, Ole Miss Basketball, Rice University Basketball, St. Louis University Basketball, and the Connecticut Sun among others.
Stu served an integral role in helping the Mystics win their first WNBA Championship in team history, and in the University of Maryland Women’s basketball team reaching back-to-back Final Fours. In addition, he has worked with USA Gold Medal Olympians, Men’s and Women’s US National Team Players, MLS, NWSL, NFL, and pro athletes from around the world. He’s worked with teams in the Big 10, ACC, SEC, Atlantic 10, and Conference USA.
His approach focuses on teaching and providing mental performance skills rooted in the research-supported science of the performance mind and prides this work in being applicable in the most chaotic, pressure-filled environments.
Stu completed his Doctor of Psychology coursework at the University of the Rockies specializing in sport and performance psychology and is a professional member of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology. Additionally, he received his M.Ed. in Counseling from Shippensburg University.
He is a routine expert contributor to the sports performance website Gameplan A from Adidas, and numerous podcasts. His work has been featured on ESPN and in the Washington Post.
Who we've worked with
Sports Psychology and Performance Consultant
Director of Performance Psychology
& Mental skills Coach
Sports Psychology Consultant - Women's Basketball
Conneticut Sun BASKTETBALL TEAM
Performance Enhancement Coach
"We hired Stu Singer to work with our team and almost immediately saw it pay dividends. First and foremost, he's someone you can trust. Secondly, we spend so much time on our player’s physical development, but sometimes that can't flourish until they learn the necessary mental skills that help them deal with everything that can cloud their thought process. Once Stu starts working with them, it helps lift the fog that prevents players from seeing what's really worth focusing on. I highly recommend that all HS athletes take advantage of Stu's training if they are looking to truly maximize their potential".
Brenda Frese, Head Coach University of Maryland (2006 National Champions, ACC Champions: 2009, 2012, 2002 AP National Coach of the Year)
Attleboro, MA 02703