Casey Cooper, Ph.D
is a Licensed Psychologist (PSY21348).
Currently, Dr. Casey is the Director of Community Programming for The Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation (PCIF) and oversees the development and delivery of The Legacy Leadership Project (LLP) and The IMPACT Leadership Academy (ILA). The LLP is an Ambassador Program to the Pro Football Hall of Fame and is approved for participation by the NCAA and NFL Community Relations. The ILA provides a NEW leadership opportunity for middle school students throughout Orange County and will begin offering seminars in Fall of 2014. Both programs are fully funded by PCIF and are offered at no charge to students in our community.
Recently, Dr. Casey served as a senior staff psychologist at University of California at Irvine and as the full-time sports psychology liaison to the athletic department. She received her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy and Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Southern California. During her graduate work, Dr. Casey completed an approved Sports Psychology specialization in collaboration with the Kinesiology Department. To date, Dr. Casey is the only clinician to graduate from USC with this unique combination of coursework and training. Therefore, she is able to treat a wide range of athletic and family issues utilizing general and specialized techniques to maximize her client's goals.
Dr. Casey has worked with students and athletic teams at USC, UCLA, UCI and Mount Saint Mary's College Counseling Centers before opening her private practice. In addition to specializing in Athletic Culture, Dr. Casey has experience in the areas of harassment, stalking, sexual assault, child abuse, and HIV testing. She also taught Psychology courses at Saddleback Community College from 2004 to 2008.
Dr. Casey Cooper is a member of the American Psychological Association, APA Division 47: Exercise and Sport Psychology, and the Orange County Psychological Association. Dr. Casey is currently a Licensed Psychologist (PSY21348) in California.
Cybil Streett, MA, MFTI
is a Registered MFT Intern (IMF 88273)
The passion that Cybil has for sports psychology has been cultivated throughout her lifetime of competitive swimming and surfing. She was a D1 scholarship swimmer for the University of Texas where she obtained her BA in Psychology. Since her undergraduate work, Cybil moved back to her home state of California where she competed in the WSA and various Pro/Ams along the coast. She began her coaching career with the head coach position for the Half Moon Bay Surf Club and in 2009 began coaching for the USA Swimming Club team San Clemente Aquatics where she worked with the Senior Groups and the National Team swimmers. Within those groups, she coached Olympic Trial athletes, US Open finalists, and a national level U.S. Paraplegic swimmer. It was through her coaching experience that Cybil realized the value of sports psychology and working with athletes and families alike.
Cybil graduated from Pepperdine in 2014 with a Masters in Clinical Psychology with Emphasis on Marriage and Family Therapy. Completing her clinical practicum at Mission Hospital South Orange County Family Resource Center, Cybil gained valuable experience working with children, adults, families, and couples. Cybil is a member of the Psychology International Honor Society (PSI CHI) and served as the Campus Director for Pepperdine for two annual terms.
Cybil enjoys working with athletes and families and she feels that there is nothing better than helping others overcome obstacles and achieve greatness in their sport. Cybil is a registered Marriage Family Therapist Intern with the Board of Behavioral Sciences (IMF88273). She is also a member of the American Swim Coaches Association (ASCA) and a certified USA Swimming Coach.