Justine Vosloo

Associate Professor, Exercise Science and Athletic Training
School: School of Health Sciences and Human Performance
Phone: 607-274-5190
Office: Center for Health Sciences 320, Ithaca, NY 14850
Speciality: Mental Performance, Psychological factors in Sport & Exercise, Evidence-Based Practice, Ethics in Mental Performance


West Virginia University.

Doctor of Philosophy - Kinesiology - Sport and Exercise Psychology concentration. August 2010. Department of Sport Sciences, Morgantown, West Virginia. Dissertation: Exploring Factors Contributing to Current vs. Former Coaching Status of Women Coaches: A Social Exchange Theory Perspective.

Master of Arts in Counseling, December 2009. Department of Counseling, Rehabilitation Counseling and Counseling Psychology, Morgantown, West Virginia. 

Master of Science in Sport and Exercise Psychology, August 2007.Department of Sport Sciences, Morgantown, West Virginia. Thesis: The Interactions between Perceived Motivational Climate and Achievement Goal Orientations and their Relationship to Competitive State Anxiety and Self-Confidence among High-School Swimmers.

Southeastern Louisiana University.

Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Exercise Science. May 2005. Department of Kinesiology and Health Studies. Minor: Psychology.


Certified Mental Performance Consultant (CMPC #351) - Association for Applied Sport Psychology - Formerly known as CC-AASP


  • EXSS-30200, Psychology of Injury (Spring)
  • EXSS-42200, Exercise and Rehab Psychology (Fall)
  • EXSS-43600, Counseling in Sport and Exercise (Spring)


  • ESSG-51800, Exercise and Rehabilitation Psychology (fall)
  • ESSG-51400, Counseling Student Athletes (fall)
  • ESSG-61400, Ethics and Professional Practice Issues (spring)
  • ESSG-61800, Sport and Exercise Psychology Practicum I (spring)
  • ESSG-61600, Applied Counseling in Sport (Summer)
  • Internship

Justine Vosloo joined the department of Exercise and Sport Science in 2010. Within her courses, she teaches undergraduate and graduate students how the mind influences the body to optimize the performances of athletes and exercisers at all ages, abilities and levels. She is active in research which focuses on culturally informed and evidence-informed performance coaching in sport and exercise performance settings, coach-athlete interactions, mentoring and work-life balance issues in coaching, professional issues in the study of sport and exercise psychology (e.g. cultural competency, ethical practice), and the psychosocial issues related to childhood obesity. As a Certified Mental Performance Consultant (CMPC) through the Association for Applied Sport Psychology, she also provides mentoring to  professionals working towards the CMPC credential - the premier credential in the mental performance field. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, playing and watching tennis, playing guitar, hiking, swimming and photography.