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Legendary Basketball Coach Bobby Cremins says "Linda LeClaire and Dr. Bryce Young are the best Sport Psychology Team I have worked with in my coaching career. They created a complete Mental Toughness Training Program for our College of Charleston Basketball team. This program definitely made a difference in our season! I recommend them highly!"

LeClaire Young On The Loose On The Airwaves

Posted by Linda LeClaire | Posted in News | Posted on 26-09-2015

Australian Open 2013

Posted by Linda LeClaire | Posted in News, Uncategorized | Posted on 01-01-2013

Just four more days and we are off to Australia. Life is good!

I hope to Blog from Australia letting you know what we are doing. We have been asked to speak at the

Tennis Australia Grand Slam Coaches Conference. Our topics include: The Confidence Factor, Energy Traps and The Courtside Coach! We will be speaking four or five times on different topics.

We are so excited and honored to be speaking at this prestigious conference! Let us know if you are interested in hearing about our experiences in Australia and New Zealand!

2013 Tennis Australia Coaches Conference.

Posted by Linda LeClaire | Posted in News | Posted on 09-12-2012

Bryce and I are excited to be invited by Tennis Australia as Speakers for their 2013 Grand Slam Coaches Conference! We will be staying on for the Australian Open. We will be providing our LeClaire/Young Mental Game Training Program in Australia and New Zealand. Check here for updates!

Dr. Bryce Young named PTR South Carolina Member of the Year!

Posted by Linda LeClaire | Posted in News | Posted on 20-02-2009

Congratulations Dr. Bryce Young
PTR South Carolina Member of the Year!
Dan Santorum, Dr. Bryce Young, Dennis Van Der Meer
Dan Santorum, Dr. Bryce Young, Dennis Van Der Meer

 The Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) presented its annual awards this week and we are proud to announce that 
Dr. Bryce Young was named the PTR Member of the year for South Carolina!

This prestigious award was presented to the “well-traveled sports psychologist and author” during the PTR International Tennis Symposium that is midway through its 60-plus on-court and classroom presentations, a tennis trade show and $25,000 Championships at Van Der Meer Shipyard Racquet Club.            
The PTR selects “one member who has displayed the utmost in professionalism on and off the tennis court” to be honored as State Member of the Year.  Honorees are active in tennis in their communities and show dedication and service to PTR.  Not all states have an honoree.
PTR, operating from its HHI headquarters, is the largest global organization of tennis-teaching professionals with more than 13,000 members in 122 countries.