Antioch University New England, Keene, NH
Psy.D, Clinical Psychology, July 2012

Dissertation: Availability and Utilization of Sport Psychology Resources for Injured College Athletes


The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Online Campus
M.A., Sport and Exercise Psychology, October 2010
Thesis: Stigma and Sport Psychology: Perceptions and Expectations of Injured College Student-Athletes


Miami University, Oxford, Ohio
B.A. Psychology, B.S. Health and Sport Studies, May 2007


Psychologist, HSPP License Indiana #20042739A 

National Register of Health Service Psychologists Credential #55167




Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 2019 - current

Sport Psychologist, Department of Athletics

Indiana University, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, Bloomington, IN  2016 - 2019
Director of Counseling and Sport Psychology

Private Practice, Indianapoils, IN 2014 - 2019


Indiana Univeristy Kokomo, Kokomo, IN 2016
Adjunct Faculty, Allied Health

WindRose Health Network, Indianapolis, IN 2016 

Behavioral Health Provider


Indiana University Kokomo, Kokomo, IN  2014 - 2016

Director, Counseling and Psychological Services


Vericare, Inc., Indianapolis, IN  2014

Staff Psychologist


Matrix Psychological Services, Columbus, OH  2012 - 2014

Clinical and Sport Psychologist


The Bradford School, Columbus, OH  2013 - 2014

Adjunct Faculty, Psychology



Day, C. (2019, December). Understanding GenZ. Invited address. GLCA Presidential Summit on Mental Health and Wellness. Great Lakes College Association. Ann Arbor, MI. 

Connole, I., Cormier, M., Day, C., Shannon, V. (2019, October). Establishing Applied Sport Psychology Into Division 1 Collegiate Athletics. Association For Applied Sport Psychology Annual Conference. Portland, OR. 

Auerbach, A., Bradstreet, T., Day, C., Rameker, J. (2019, August). Moving Beyond the Therapy Room --- The Added Value of Psychologists in Athletic Organizations. American Psychological Association Convention. Chicago, IL. 

Day, C., Beachy, E., & Mohler, J. (2019, May). Working with GenZ: Sport Psychology perspectives on mental health and talent development with this generation of athletes. Professional Association of Athlete Development Specialists. NY, NY.

Cormier, M., Day, C., & Shannon, V. (2019, February). Director of Sport Psychology Within Athletics. Midwest Sport and Exercise Psychology Symposium. Lexington, KY.

Day, C. (2017, October). Generation Z. Keynote for IU Bloomington Academic Advising Council. Bloomington, IN.

Day, C. (2017, June). Interdisciplinary Treatment of Anxiety. B1G Sport Psychology Symposium. Columbus, OH.

Davis, R., Day, C., Costello-Harris, V. A. (2016, February). Fact or Fiction: The Truth About Receiving Academic Accommodations and Counseling Services. Collaborative Presentation Series Sponsored by Community Howard Behavioral Health and Indiana University Kokomo Psychology Department. 

Day, C. (2016, February). Depression and Anxiety in Adolescents: For Youth Workers. Indiana Youth Institute Youth Worker Café. Tipton, IN.

Day, C. (2015, December). College Counseling and Diversity : Challenges, Considerations, and Implications for Professionals. Great Lakes Training Consortium. Logansport, IN.


Day, C. (2015, November). No One Said it Would Be Easy: Lessons from Building a Counseling Center. Indiana Psychological Association Fall Conference. Indianapolis, IN.

Zebrowski, M., Day, C., Long, L., & Keillor, R. (2015, October). How Our Personal Experience with Mental Health Issues Affects Our Work. Association for University and College Counseling Center Directors Annual Conference. Salt Lake City, UT.

Day, C. (2015, September). Stress Management to Prevent Burnout and Increase Job Satisfaction. Indiana Society of Radiologic Technologists Annual Conference. Indianapolis, IN.

Day, C. (2015, August). Understanding Your Personality Style. Women’s Summit. Kokomo, IN.

Day, C., Wallace, L., & Geiselman, E. (2015, July). Preventing Workplace Burnout. Community Health System Caucus. Indianapolis, IN. 

Day, C. (2015, May). College Counseling and Diversity : Challenges, Considerations, and Implications for Professionals. Great Lakes Training Consortium. Logansport, IN.

Day, C. (2015, February). Running an SEP business. AASP Regional Conference and 25th Midwest Sport and Exercise Psychology Symposium. Muncie, IN

Day, C, Hayes, K. F., Kamphoff, C., Beachy, E., Christensen, D., Hutchinson, J. (2014, September). Giving sport psychology away: Running towards a win-win. Association for Applied Sport Psychology Conference. Las Vegas, NV.


Day, C, McGuire, L., & Ingram, Y. (2014, June). Depression in student athletes: Research, referral, and interdisciplinary Collaboration. Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers Society Convention. Gettysburg, PA.

Mannon, J, & Day, C. (2013). What kind of car do you drive?: The relationship as a vehicle of positive change in collaborative alliances. Peer reviewed workshop accepted for presentation at the Association for Applied Sport Psychology Conference. New Orleans, LA.


Day, C. (2012, October). Putting Research into Practice: An Anecdote from the College Setting. Association for Applied Sport Psychology Conference. Atlanta, GA.


Day, C. (2011, August). Availability and Utilization of Sport Psychology Services for Injured College Athletes. American Psychological Association Convention.


Day, C., Tecce, M. (2011, August). The Role of Ambiguity in Experiential Training Groups: Leaders and Process. American Psychological Association Convention.Washington, DC.


Day, C. (2011, March). Stigma and Sport Psychology: Perceptions and Expectations of Injured College Student-Athletes. Northeast Atlantic Sport Psychology Conference. Philadelphia, PA


Day, C. (2010, July). Injured College Student-Athletes and Sport Psychology Resources. Presented at Loughborough University for a colloquium of International Perspectives on Sport Psychology 2010. Loughborough,England.


Reynold, D’Arcy, Day, C., Porter, C. (2006, October). Preliminary Results on the efficacy of E-therapy compared with face-to-face therapy. Presented at the Ohio Department of Mental Health Research Results Briefing 2006, Columbus, OH.




Meijen, C., Hays, K. F., & Day, C. (2016) Running a psyching team: Providing mental support at long-distance running events. Journal of Sport Psychology in Action. DOI: 10.1080/21520704.2016.1205697


Day, C. (2014). Sticking With It. FIT Columbus. 


Day, C. (2014). De-stress Your Distress. FIT Columbus.


Day, C. (2014). Vice City. FIT Columbus. 


Day, C. (2013). Mental Imagery. 11Athletics Magazine. August 2013.


Day, C. (2013). Get Tough. 11Athletics Magazine. May/June, 2013.


Other Media

Triathlete - "Slay your brain demons with these strategies" - June 15, 2018

Men's Health - "5 Hacks to help you stick to your New Year's Fitness Resolutions" -- January 2, 2018

IndyStar - "Why playing in front of a frenzied Assembly Hall crowd is like being chased by a bear" -- December 1, 2017

AASP Performance Excellence Movement Newsletter -- "Interview with a clinical & sport psychologist" - Winter 17/18

Triathlete - "A brief history of the podium champagne spray" -- November 17, 2017

IndyStar - "Why some fans still love to hate Danica Patrick" -- September 18, 2017

New York Times - "Let's try a triathlon" -- Spring 2017

Bicycling - "This is your body on cycling" -- February 6, 2017

APA Monitor on Psychology - "Seeking more balance" -- July/August 2016

Kokomo Herald - "Breaking down the barriers for mental health awareness" -- December 9, 2015


WishTV, Channel 8 -- "IU Kokomo students launch food pantry to help classmates" -- November 19, 2015


Clinton County Daily News -- "Campus Combats Student Hunger with Food Pantry" -- November 17, 2015


Bicycling -- "6 Real-World Mental Tricks to Reach Your Cycling Goals -- November 6, 2015


Ohio Psychological Association Committee on Social Responsibility -- "Psyching Teams: Getting Your Mind Ready to Run" -- October 28, 2015


Columbus Dispatch -- "Father running marathon to help girl with cystic fibrosis" -- October 18, 2015


Discover Ohio -- "Get Psyched for the Columbus Marathon" -- September 16, 2015


Fit Columbus -- "I Gotta Have More Barbell, Baby!" -- May 22, 2015


Runner's World -- "Need A Prerace Pep Talk? -- April 22, 2015


614 Columbus - "What's Stopping You?" -- November, 2014


Ohio Psychological Association -- "3 Ways Early Career Psychologists Can Improve Their Career and Maintain Their Sanity: Lessons Learned from Chelsi Day, Psy.D" --


Columbus Marathon Guest Blog -- Train your Brain: Building Mental Muscle -- September 10, 2014 -


Spine and Joint Central Ohio - The Mental Side of Athletics - August 19, 2014


Columbus Marathon Guest Blog -- Running and Sleep -- August 13, 2014


Association for Applied Sport Psychology Newsletter -- "From Tragedy to Action: Launching an Inaugural Marathon Psyching Team" - Spring 2014


Psychology Today -- "Mind Over Marathon: Developing a 'Psyching Team' -- November 11, 2013


The Wellington School - September 13, 2013


Columbus Marathon Guest Post -- "Get Psyched" Reading List -- August 19, 2013


Columbus Marathon Guest Post -- "Train Your Brain: How to Get Started on Your Mental Game" -- August 5, 2013


LearnPsychology - Choosing a Psychology Specialty Expert Contributor


PhD Dissertation Committee Member - Moran, K. (2019). Sport Factors, Body Image, and Eating Behaviors in College Student Athletes

Member of Miami University Alumni Board - 2018 - current 

Member of Professional Consultation Committee for the Howard Community Health Clinical Pastoral Education Residency – 2015 - current

Membership Chair – Board of Directors – Indiana Psychological Association – 2017- current

President – Miami University Alumni Association, Indianapolis Chapter – 2014 - 2018

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