Kaleb Cusack is a Doctoral Psychology Intern from the University of North Texas where he is attaining a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis in Sport Psychology. Kaleb has experience providing clinical services in community mental health, college athletic departments, university counseling centers and private practice. Kaleb has worked with adults of various backgrounds and identities for a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, ADHD struggles, relationship struggles, phase of life and adjustment, and emotional/behavioral dysregulation. Kaleb has also provided sport performance enhancement and mental skills training services to high school and collegiate athletes as a sport psychology consultant. Kaleb’s therapeutic orientation is primarily influenced by Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), but he will also incorporate other cognitive-behavioral and relational therapies. As a former collegiate athlete and a current doctoral student, Kaleb values maintaining a healthy work-life balance while also finding ways to continue growing as an individual. In his free time, Kaleb enjoys reading, watching movies, playing video games, cooking, gardening, exercising, spending time with loved ones and being in the outdoors.