Amy Tardio

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Amy Tardio, MGCP, 

ACC, CMC, CPC

Tardio Advisory Group, LLC

Greenwich, CT

Phone: 917-847-5037

Email: AmyTardioCoaching@gmail.com

  1. Web: http://www.AmyTardio.com,
  2. http://www.PerformSportsPsychology.com 

Amy specializes in building a positive mental game. Using evidence practices that integrate Sports and Positive Psychology. Amy coaches clients on building stable confidence, motivation and strengths. Amy helps clients focus their energy on a positive, strategic mental game plan, manage expectations and the frustration, setbacks and doubts  athletes and achievers experience.

Amy’s background includes over fifteen years as Senior Editor at GQ, Women’s Sports & Fitness and Self Magazine. Her experience working with numerous experts athletes, parents, coaches and students informs much of her work helping others find passion and success in life and in their game. As a parent, Amy recognizes first hand the joy and complexity of the commitment to high performance sports. She is the mother of three unique, sport-loving boys, including a recent college graduate and a top ten ITF world ranked junior tennis player.

Ms. Tardio is an ICF accredited professional coach with advanced certifications in Positive Psychology and Wellness Coaching. Amy’s recent work on Strengths and Motivation has been featured in The Huffington Post and she is currently a Goals and Motivation Expert at Livinghealthy.com. Her passions include tennis, running, family and the outdoors.Key Words: Parents, Athletes, Tennis, Confidence, Mental Game Strategy, Positive Focus, Process Over Outcome. Meaning, Accomplishment, Values, Happiness.

 

Amy Tardio, MGCP

ACC, CMC, CPC

Tardio Advisory Group, LLC

Greenwich, CT

Phone: 917-847-5037

Email: AmyTardioCoaching@gmail.com

Web: http://www.AmyTardio.com, http://www.PerformSportsPsychology.com

Amy specializes in confidence, motivation and strengths. Her work on integrating a positive focus with a strategic mental game plan is ideal for both pro-active goal setting and managing the frustration, setbacks and doubts all athletes inevitably experience.

Amy’s background includes over fifteen years as Senior Editor at GQ, Women’s Sports & Fitness and Self Magazine. Her experience working with numerous experts athletes, parents, coaches and students informs much of her work helping others find passion and success in life and in their game. As a parent, Amy recognizes first hand the joy and complexity of the commitment to high performance sports. She is the mother of three unique, sport-loving boys, including a recent college graduate and a top ten ITF world ranked junior tennis player.

Ms. Tardio is an ICF accredited professional coach with advanced certifications in Positive Psychology and Wellness Coaching. Amy’s recent work on Strengths and Motivation has been featured in The Huffington Post and she is currently a Goals and Motivation Expert at Livinghealthy.com. Her passions include tennis, running, family and the outdoors.Key Words: Parents, Athletes, Tennis, Confidence, Mental Game Strategy, Positive Focus, Process Over Outcome. Meaning, Accomplishment, Values, Happiness.