uOttawa PhD Student & Mental Performance Consultant
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Jonathan Lasnier is a first-year PhD student under the supervision of Dr. Natalie Durand-Bush in the School of Human Kinetics at the University of Ottawa. He obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology at the University of Montreal and completed his Master of Human Kinetics degree in Intervention and Consultation at the University of Ottawa to become a Mental Performance Consultant.
Jonathan is quickly establishing himself as a well-respected applied practitioner in sport. He has already worked with a variety of provincial and national level athletes in track and field, cross-country, swimming, diving, gymnastics, judo, and football.
As a former track and field club coach in endurance and in jumps, Jonathan coached athletes in numerous provincial and national championships. He also had the privilege to coach Team Quebec several times.
This former multisport athlete loves immersing himself into unfamiliar sporting cultures and getting involved in various major sporting events. Striving to grow daily, Jonathan is passionate about high performance and helping others maximize their potential. His PhD work focuses on mental skills interventions to manage pain and fatigue in endurance sports.