Clinical performance psychology focuses on performance in areas that you value. It is my goal to help you improve your performance in your work, sport, or hobby.
My approach is a positive psychology (positive mindset) perspective. As a licensed psychologist, I utilize evidence-based, empirically supported cognitive and behavioral interventions that are effective in clinical and applied sport, performance, exercise, and health psychological practice.
As a licensed psychologist, I diagnose and treat a variety of mental health conditions (e.g., anxiety, depression), as appropriate, that may interfere with your goals, pursuits, or everyday living.
As an example, I will help you make progress by:
- Breaking through barriers
- Enhancing motivation
- Improving problem solving
- Nurturing flow (Being “in the zone”)
- Building momentum and staying the course with dedication and commitment
- Preparing and/or recovering from a competition, performance, or an event.
I will teach you skills to maximize your physical fitness or aptitude, and explore mental barriers or mental health conditions that are creating interference.
I will teach you strategies to boost confidence, self-esteem, and self-love; to be your best self and live your best life.
Anything of value requires ongoing consistent effort.
In what areas of life do you perform?
In what areas of life would you like greater satisfaction?
What would you like to achieve?
Performing is doing.
Trying is doing.
Let me help you do better as you know better with new skills and approaches. I can help you wherever is your starting place: getting out of bed every day, starting something new, completing an intricate skill, or continuing to excel. I am here to help you optimize your peak human performance; in what you “need” to do, and in what you “want” to do.
“Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.” – Maya Angelou
Let me help you excel. It is important to examine, develop, and be aware of all other domains of life, and how you are managing them. How they interact or stay separate in your life is critical to your performance.
“Stress is life, and the brain and body must constantly adapt in order to respond to various stimuli.” – Hans Seyle
My clinical psychological practice is primarily telehealth (video sessions) and is restricted to clients residing in and being in the state of South Carolina during scheduled sessions. I also perform “outcalls” traveling to you for a session in your “field of performance” (e.g., gym, field, studio, court).
All telehealth sessions and scheduling will use my secure Simple Practice Portal
New clients, please call me: 843-564-3930 to arrange the first appointment. Paperwork including informed consent, privacy, and treatment related surveys will be sent to you via email and using a secure portal.
Return clients can request appointments using the calendar
I do not file insurance. I will give you a receipt (a “superbill”) you can use to file, should you submit yourself. Credit card payment will be processed at time of appointment.
Business and Mailing Address
I can receive subpoenas and registered mail, or anything requiring a signature
Eva Serber, PhD
1643B Savannah Hwy, Suite 202
Charleston, SC 29407