Mark A. Campbell shares his unique blend of holistic education, application and experience with audiences all over the country. He is nationally known for his work in the field of performance psychology, specifically with different types of adversity. His diverse background affords him the ability to help audiences see the world through many lenses. Mark has worked with elite athletes at every level of competition, in both sports medicine and performance psychology capacities. He has participated in Think Tanks with organizations such as NCAA and MLB. He extends his expertise beyond sport, working with top performers from all fields. He served as the performance consultant with Nashville’s Fringe Magazine, helping musicians/artists master the mental skills necessary to be at their best. He is a sought after speaker, presenting at large national venues including Paralympic Leadership Conferences, Association of Applied Sport Psychology Conferences, and TEDx at Florida State University. He is also a popular guest lecturer and consultant at universities around the country.
Mark has worked extensively with individuals facing adversity. He was selected to travel to the 2004 Athens Paralympic Games to perform in a medical role. He specializes in mental skills training for individuals with injuries, illnesses, and different physical abilities. His primary expertise lies in helping individuals learn to perform holistically, at an optimal level in all domains of their lives.
Mark began working with the US Army’s Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness (CSF2) team in 2007 as the Master Trainer for the Warrior in Transition Command (WTC) mission, serving all US Army wounded/ill/injured Soldiers, their Families and Cadre. He acted as the lead on all WTC- related curricula and as a Liaison to the Command. Mark also served as a wellness/performance consultant to the US Army, providing classes and workshops to Soldiers, Senior Leaders, and caregivers, participating in several committees and initiatives. He served as the Director of Mental Training for the Army Adaptive Recondition Program, to include the Warrior Games, which utilizes mental skills to optimize adaptive sport performances. He also served as the Senior Subject Matter Expert for the Military Adaptive Sports Program at the Office of the Secretary of Defense.
Mark is currently the Director of Mental Conditioning for the Washington Nationals Baseball Club. Mark is an Adjunct Professor of Disability and Adapted Sports at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is also the Founder/Chief Human Performance Officer at Campbell Performance Systems, LLC, a consulting group dedicated to helping individuals enhance their performances holistically.
Mark holds degrees in English and Communication from Florida State University, Advanced Bodywork from the CORE Institute of Somatic Therapy, Exercise Science/ Sports Medicine from the University of West Florida, and a Master’s degree in Sport and Exercise Psychology from the University of Tennessee. He is currently completing his Ph.D. in Health Promotion and Wellness.