Dr Jay-Lee is a renowned sports psychologist in Asia. She routinely supports athletes, students, and corporate champions in various highly competitive domains, including tour players on the Asian Tour and Athletes preparing for Olympics and Fighter Jet Pilots
Dr Jay-Lee (Longbottom) Nair MAPS
Sports & Exercise Psychologist
PhD (Sports & Exercise Psyhology)
Member, Australian Psychological Society
Registered Psychologist, Australian Board of Psychologists
Dr Jay-Lee is a renowned sports psychologist in Asia with extensive experience helping athletes and teams achieve their aspirations. She routinely supports athletes, students, and corporate champions in various highly competitive domains, including fighter jet pilots, tour players on the Asian Tour, Swimmers, Gymnasts and Tennis players. She worked with Singapore’s sailing team in preparation for the Rio Olympics in 2016 and Thailand’s top swimmers in preparation for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
Her niche is in working with young athletes experiencing performance anxiety and perfectionism, helping them overcome the challenges that come in the way of their performance areas.
As a former NCAA Division-1 collegiate golf player with Academic All American Honours, Dr Jay-Lee understands what it takes to balance sport and studies at the elite level.
Originally from Australia, Dr Jay-Lee completed her PhD in Sports and Exercise Psychology at the University of Western Australia. She has a Master’s degree in Psychology from California State University, Fullerton and a Bachelor of Applied Science in Psychology from Washington State University.
Dr Jay-Lee is the author of the book Good Sport: How to support and talk to young athletes before, during, and after the game. This book provides valuable insights to parents and coaches to help young athletes in their journey alongside the athletes.
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