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 "Sisterhood in Sports:  How Female Athletes Collaborate and Compete"

CSPP Alumna (SF '85) Dr. Joan Steidinger released her new book in October 2014. Dr. Joan Steidinger is a licensed psychologist, sport psychologist,  Certified Consultant by the Association of Applied Sports psychology and on the USOC Registry of Sports Psychology.  She specializes in sports and peak performance psychology, public safety officers, depression & anxiety, women’s issues, addiction problems, life transitions, and stress/post traumatic stress (PTSD). She has worked with athletes, musicians, dancers, and other performing artists focusing on performance, injury concerns & adjustments, and personal issues.

Her book has already won four awards. The book won the Sports category of the Beverly Hills Book Awards, the National Indie Excellence Awards, and the International Book Awards. In June, the book won an Honorable Mention in the Women’s Issues category of the prestigious Foreword Reviews INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards.

Congratulations on your great accomplishments and awards Dr. Steidinger!

If you would like to look at a copy of her new book, she kindly donated a copy to the CSPP San Francisco Campus Hurwich Library.

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