Vincera’s Psychologist, Andrew Wolanin, Psy. D., provides sport psychology services in addition to conducting psychological evaluations for adults and adolescents.

Andrew Wolanin, PsyD

Andrew Wolanin, Psy.D. is a licensed Clinical Psychologist in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He is the Director of the Department of Advanced Studies in Psychology at Kean University, and Co-Director of Keystone Psychological Associates LLC in Philadelphia. He provides sport psychology services to collegiate, amateur and professional athletes in the Philadelphia region, and behavioral medicine services to individuals post-injury.   He provides sport psychology consultation services to collegiate teams in the region and consults with sports medicine groups on interdisciplinary care for athletes.  He conducts research into the psychological effects of injury and concussion in athletes, as well as interventions to increase adherence to rehabilitation regiments post-injury. 

Sports Psychology
Behavioral Medicine

Services include:
Adjustment post-injury
Rehabilitation adherence
Exercise prescription
Mindfulness-based interventions
Health and wellness promotion
Cognitive Behavioral Treatments
Psychological Assessment

Psy.D. La Salle University, Philadelphia, PA
M.A. La Salle University, Philadelphia, PA
B.A. Elizabethtown College, Elizabethtown, PA

Copper University Hospital and Cancer Center Vorhees and Camden, NJ
Anxiety Disorders Clinic La Salle University, Philadelphia, PA

Woodhull Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY

Relevant Publications
Wolanin, A.T., Hong, E. & Gross, M. (2015). Depression in Athletes: Prevalence and Risk Factors. Current Sport Medicine Reports, 14, 1, 56-60.
DeGaetano, J. Wolanin A.T. & Marks, D. (Accepted for publication, Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology). The Role of Psychological Flexibility in Injury Rehabilitation.
Williston, M. A., Block-Lerner, J., Wolanin, A., & Gardner, F. (2014). Brief Acceptance-Based Intervention for Increasing Intake Attendance at a Community Mental Health Center. Psychological Services. 11(3), 324-332.
Wolanin, A.T. Schwanhauser, L. (2010). Outcome differences of mindfulness based performance enhancement based on athlete MCS-SP classification. Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology, 4, 312-322.
Wolanin, A.T. (2007). Clinical sport psychology services based in a doctoral training clinic. Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology, 1, 3, p270-280.