Chloe Maleski

M.A., Clinical Psychology

Chloe Maleski, M.A. is a Mental Performance Coach with the goal of helping athletes optimize their performance in a sustainable way so they can grow into the best version of themselves. Through visualization, mindfulness, stress management, and cognitive-behavioral performance, she helps athletes foster all parts of themselves to enhance not only their athletic performance but their overall well-being and lives.

Chloe was an NCAA Division I distance runner at Duke University with an underwhelming career during her time there. Since graduating, she continues to train, compete, and study all aspects of her experience to figure out what happened. She has become a certified personal trainer who has spent time learning about how athletes can bridge the gap between wellness and performance. She believes that the mind-body connection plays a critical role in performing at an elite level.

Chloe earned her bachelor’s degree in international comparative studies from Duke University and her master’s degree in clinical psychology from Pepperdine University. She is also a board-certified health coach.