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Dr. Blakely

Welcome! My name is Blakely, and I am a counseling and sport psychologist.  I enjoy working with elite athletes, high performers, executives, and organizations in the pursuit of their best performances.

I have worked in private practice and consulting for several years, and I previously served as the peak performance sport psychologist for the University of South Carolina and as the Assistant Director for Clinical and Sport Psychology at the University of Arkansas.  I predominantly work with junior athletes, collegiate athletes, professional athletes, and Olympians to help them further their athletic achievements and enhance their overall competitive experiences.  However, I also enjoy providing counseling psychology services and executive coaching services to select clients.


I am excited to provide a full range of performance and psychology services to my hometown of San Antonio and the community where I fell in love with athletics as well!  While my practice will be based in Texas, I am also able to provide peak performance work for clients based in other states and psychotherapy services to clients in PSYPACT member states.  I am listed as a mental health provider on the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee registry.

Personally, I am a former collegiate soccer player (Go Davidson!), I was the San Antonio Express News Player of the Year as a high school athlete at Alamo Heights, and I have worked in the Big 12, Big 10, Patriot League, and SEC (East and West) conferences through various jobs over the years.  I am a certified yoga instructor and I have training in the provision of biofeedback. I enjoy drawing from various disciplines and experiences to teach mindfulness, breathing, and focus.  I live in the Alamo Heights community with my husband and my very active kiddo!


Educational Background and Training​

Dr. Blakely Low-Scott is a licensed counseling psychologist with expertise in sport psychology.  She earned her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Texas Tech University and completed her doctoral internship at The Pennsylvania State University and her postdoctoral residency specializing in sport psychology at Lehigh University.  Dr. Low-Scott has a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Davidson College and a Master of Arts degree in Psychology from Texas Tech University.  Dr. Low-Scott is a member of the Clinical/Counseling Sport Psychology Association.

Dr. Low-Scott currently holds an active license in Texas.

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