Co-Director, Center for Performance Excellence
Associate Professor, Sport and Exercise Psychology, Department of Health and Human Development
Dr. Arthur-Cameselle is a clinical psychologist as well as a certified mental performance consultant with the Association of Applied Sport Psychology. She has provided sport psychology counseling to teams and individuals at the professional, collegiate, high school, and recreational levels, including actors, dancers, and musicians. She also regularly leads sport psychology group seminars at golf and tennis clubs. Dr. Arthur-Cameselle has additional clinical expertise in treating eating disorders, social anxiety, panic disorder, and OCD. In 2007, Dr. Arthur-Cameselle received her doctorate in counseling psychology, with an emphasis in sport psychology counseling, from Boston University. She completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology and kinesiology in 2002 at the College of William and Mary, where she also played tennis. As a nationally ranked tennis player, she qualified for the individual and team NCAA Division I tournament in both singles and doubles and later achieved a world ranking in singles on the professional tennis circuit. Additionally, she served as the assistant women’s tennis coach at Boston University while completing her graduate degrees.