- Stress/Energy Management to apply intense effort and force with great endurance
- Confidence Building
- See it, Feel it, Trust it rules in sport
- M.S. in Health Education
- M.P.H./ Ph.D. in epidemiology
- M.P.H./ Ph.D. in exercise physiology.
- Sport Psychology.
Wesley E. Sime has a M.S. in Health Education, a M.P.H./ Ph.D., in epidemiology and exercise physiology. He is professor emeritus in Health and Human Performance noted for his leadership in performance using applied psycho phycology and biofeedback techniques.
Sime was one of the pioneers developing exercise and stress management in cardiac rehabilitation before fitness became popular.
He was on the Elite Athlete project for the USOC, then helped develop sport psychology for Coach Osborne and Nebraska Football.
In the early 90’s he completed a second Ph.D., this one in Counseling Psychology with an internship in behavioral medicine.
Dr. Sime is certified in Biofeedback, in Stress Management and in Sport Psychology.
He has served as a medical consultant to the U.S. Army Center for Enhanced Performance using principles of sport psychology with wounded warriors struggling to get their lives back together.
The concepts of resilience and comprehensive soldier fitness have originated our of stress coping and sport psychology principles that he championed throughout his career.
Dr. Sime is the author of more than 100 publications including collaboration on several books including: Stress and Tension Control and Making Do out of Doo Doo.
Wes has collaborated with many prestigious leaders in the field (physician who founded Progressive Relaxation), (cardiologist) as well as (in a project assessing the stress among orthopedic surgeons), (in an NIMH study on occupational stress).
Wes is a Critical Incident Stress Debriefing specialist helping First Responders (fire, paramedic, police) deal with tragedies of highway mortalities and other horrific death scenes.
In his clinical and consulting practice, Wes works with elite athletes, key business leaders, and with physicians as well as their families who often struggle with the sense of fragile entitlement bestowed upon them by simply being born in an elite, prestigious family.
His topic/s ties all of these business, medical and elite athlete populations together using high tech interventions and innovative methods proven in the boardroom and on the battle field.
Books by Wesley E. Sime, Ph.D.