Terilyn C. Shigeno, Ph.D., CMPC Chicago Campus

"Adler’s Sport and Human Performance program  
provides students with evidence-based education  
and practice to produce knowledgeable,  
competent sport psychology practitioners." 
- Terilyn Shigeno

"Adler’s Sport and Human Performance program
provides students with evidence-based education
and practice to produce knowledgeable,
competent sport psychology practitioners."
- Terilyn Shigeno

Terilyn C. Shigeno, PhD, CMPC
Training Coordinator 
Sport & Human Performance 

I am grateful to have found the Sport and Human Performance program at Adler University as it incorporates three components particularly important to me: theoretically grounded education, applied mental skills training, and an emphasis in social justice. It is my mission to incorporate evidence-based practice with cultural sport psychology in order to train and develop culturally competent mental performance practitioners.

My training incorporates both sport psychology as well as motor behavior concepts which allows for a more dynamic area of expertise. Both areas provide students with a more holistic perspective of performance to better serve the athletes and coaches with whom they work. My primary goal is for my students to be engaged, challenge themselves, take risks, and take advantage of as many opportunities as possible during their time at Adler University.

Please email me or call me at 312-662-4375 if you have any questions or would like more information about me.

Education

  • Ph.D., Kinesiology and Sport Studies, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
  • M.S., Exercise Science and Sport Studies, Springfield College
  • B.S., Exercise Science, Pacific University

Professional Memberships

  • Association for Applied Sport Psychology

Select Publications

  • Shigeno, T. C., Lauer, E. E., Fisher, L. A., Johnson, E. J., & Zakrajsek, R. A. (2019). The coach’s role in creating moral group norms in youth sport. International Sport Coaching Journal, 6(2), 220-225.
  • Fisher, L. A., Larsen, L. K., Bejar, M. P., & Shigeno, T. C. (2019). A heuristic for the relationship between caring coaching and elite athlete performance. International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching, 14(2), 126-137.
  • Shigeno, T. C., Lauer, E. E., Wrisberg, C. A., DeLisio, D. C., & Lin, P. Developing Attentional Control in High School Football: Two Case Studies. (accepted 8-23-18). Journal of Sport Psychology in Action.
  • Shigeno, T. C., Fisher, L. A., & Murray, M. (2018). Moral disengagement in U.S. National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III (DIII) collegiate athletes and non-athletes. The Journal of Contemporary Athletics, 12(2), 105-113.
  • Fisher, L. A., Shigeno, T. C., Bejar, M. P., Larsen, L. K., & Gearity, B. (2017). Caring practices among U.S. National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I female and male assistant coaches. International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching, 13(4), 471-484

Select Presentations

  • Shigeno, T. C., Janik, D., & Fisher, L. A. (2019). Multicultural competency of graduate students in sport psychology programs in the United States. Lecture presented at the Social Justice in Sport & Exercise Symposium, Hillsboro, OR, Mar. 28-30, 2019.
  • Fisher, L. A., Larsen, L. K., Shigeno, T. C., & Bejar, M. P. (2018). Strengthening coach caring. Lecture presented at the North American Coach Development Summit, Orlando, FL, June 18-20, 2018.
  • Bejar, M. P., Shigeno, T. C., Larsen, L. K., & Lee, S. (2018). The state of diversity in the Association for Applied Sport Psychology: Gaining momentum or still swimming upstream? Paper presented at the Mount Mercy University Community of Scholars Day, Cedar Rapids, IA, Apr. 6, 2018.

Professional and Academic Positions of Note

  • Diversity Committee, Association for Applied Sport Psychology