Becky began her journey into this profession at the University of South Dakota as a student-athlete where she received her bachelor’s degree in psychology and played volleyball for the Coyotes. She was a four year starter and held the universities career kill record for 11 years. She was Conference Player of the Year her senior year and awarded Female Athlete of the Year for USD in 2004. She continued her schooling at the University of Nebraska-Omaha and then began working in the field as a clinician. For the past 11 years she has practiced clinical intervention with adults, and specialized in the treatment of adolescents and children. She moved into a dual role 6 years ago as a clinician and a Clinical Supervisor overseeing a community mental health clinic. Becky is a licensed Clinician and has a Sports Psychology Certification in Mental Game Coaching–she integrates the two specialties with athletes as well as anyone looking to get the most out of themselves. She works with individual athletes and teams across the state helping them learn skills to overcome adversity and compete to their highest potential.