Dr. Jim Mastrich is a Licensed Psychologist and a Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor. He is listed in the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee’s Sport Psychology & Mental Training Registry for 2004-2020 and is also certified as a Mental Performance Consultant by the Association for Applied Sport Psychology.

He is the author of Really Winning: Using Sports to Develop Character and Integrity in Boys and has also written two other psychology and personal growth books: The ACOA’s Guide to Raising Healthy Children and Strong Enough for Two. Dr. Mastrich has a private practice in Kingston, New Jersey where he specializes in a broad range of clinical and performance issues.

Dr. Mastrich earned his Ed.D. in Counseling Psychology from Rutgers University in 1985 and is a member in good standing of the American Psychological Association and its Addictions and Exercise & Sport Psychology divisions. He is also a member of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology. A great believer in the responsibility of individuals to contribute to their community, he coached youth sports and helped coordinate several sportsmanship programs. Dr. Mastrich has also been a member of the board of directors of the Lambertville Area Education Foundation, where he participated in instituting creative educational programs to enrich the curriculum in local schools, the Kindness Counts Foundation, where he helped promote adult and youth sportsmanship initiatives throughout North America, and the Riverside Symphonia where he contributed to the effort to bring quality classical music to all members of the local community. He currently serves on the Advisory Committee of the Riverside Symphonia.