Dr. Jim Mastrich
Licensed Alcohol & Drug Counselor
About Dr. Jim Mastrich
Dr. Jim Mastrich is a Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor and Certified Mental Performance Consultant with a private practice in Kingston, New Jersey.
In his practice Dr. Jim Mastrich specializes in a broad range of clinical and performance issues including sport psychology, relationship and communication skills, anxiety and depression, and substance abuse problems.
Assisting individuals, couples, or teams who wish to increase their satisfaction and success in their life’s endeavors.
Sport Psychology centers around addressing an individual’s fears, anxiety, self-doubts, as well as enhancing an athlete’s strengths. Through the use of Sport Psychology, an athlete utilizes skills tailored towards meeting his or her specific needs and goals.
Optimal Performance Psychology
Humanistic, scientific, and pragmatic, Optimal Performance Psychology is the application of the principles of Sport Psychology to non-athletic situations.
Team Building & Integrity Sessions
Players are taught how to expect more of themselves and their teammates. They learn that they can really count on each other to come through. Integrity Sessions are structured interactive team building sessions that help work groups and teams demand excellence from one another.
There are several important components to building a healthy relationship whether it is a love relationship, a parent-child relationship, or a relationship in a work setting.
Substance Abuse & Addiction
To recover from compulsive disorders or substance abuse and addiction, a person must stop their counter-productive or otherwise dysfunctional behavior. While recovery may be that simple, it is certainly not easy.
Dr. Mastrich has written books on topics that include alcoholism and addiction, sportsmanship, and a visual history of Lambertville, NJ and New Hope, PA.
Read comments from colleagues, athletes, and professionals regarding their experiences working with Dr. Mastrich.
Read a selection articles stemming from Dr. Mastrich’s work with young people, parents, athletes, as well as adults seeking assistance on their own path to person growth.