Dr. Dave McIntyre
SPORTS PSYCHOLOGIST, PH.D. , ABPP (DIPLOMATE IN PSYCHOLOGY)
Dr. Dave McIntyre is a retired military Psychologist. During his service in the United States Air Force he provided performance psychology skills training to USAF Fighter Pilots, Flight Crews and Emergency Response teams. He now works with all levels of athletes, from those looking to set new PRs to world class athletes, helping them develop the mental skills to perform at their highest potential.
Dr. McIntyre is board certified through the American Board of Professional Psychology. He was highly decorated, having been named USPHS Psychologist of the Year, the Arizona Suicide Prevention Coalition Trainer of the Year, and received over 30 decorations from the U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, and the United States Public Health Service. He retired from active duty at the rank of Captain (O-6) after having provided 30 years of service.
Dr. McIntyre has worked with elite leaders (military and civilian), athletes, performers, and professionals of all kinds. He has deployed to national and international natural and man-made disasters to include the Indonesian Tsunami, Oklahoma City Bombing, Sandy Hook (Newton, Connecticut) School Shooting, Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Ivan, as well as suicide cluster responses in rural America. Dr. McIntyre has hands-on experience with how psychological principles can be used to answer difficult questions, improve human performance and help his clients strengthen their mental resilience when faced with modern day challenges.
CALIFORNIA SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY | Ph.D. Clinical Psychology 1993
CALIFORNIA SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY | M.S. Clinical Psychology 1990
EAST STROUDSBURG UNIVERSITY | B.S., Biology 1984
CERTIFICATIONS & Affiliations
Diplomate, Board Certified Psychologist, American Board of Professional Psychology, 1997
Association of Applied Sports Psychology, Member
American Psychological Association, Member
American Board of Professional Psychology, Member