Prepare2Perform provides personalized training and team development to those looking to enhance their mental game. To perform on a high level, individuals and organizations must be confident and consistent. Often, those that perform on a consistently high level are those who have spent time diligently preparing their mind and body for success. Reach a new level of performance with Prepare2Perform.
Dr. Ira Martin 
Owner, Sport Psychology Coach

Dr. Martin received his doctoral and master’s degrees in Counseling and Human Development with a specialization in Sport and Performance Psychology from Boston University, and his bachelor’s degree Summa Cum Laude from Suffolk University, where he was awarded Psychology Student of The Year.  He completed a personal and executive coaching program with the Institute of Professional Empowerment Coaching–IPEC, and is a Certified Professional Coach (CPC).

Ira became interested in sport and performance psychology as a collegiate ice hockey player, and over the past several years has worked with numerous youth, high school, and college athletes, as well as coaches and referees. He is passionate about educating athletes, teams, and executives, in group and individual settings, and is a member of the Association of Applied Sport Psychology and Eastern Academy of Management.

Ira has taught undergraduate classes in Sport Leadership, Adolescent Development, and Abnormal Psychology at Lasell and Mount Ida College, and has taught undergraduate and graduate level courses at Boston University, in Sport Psychology, Sport Science, and Counseling.  Dr. Martin currently served as the Captain John A. Henriques Leadership Scholar at the United States Coast Guard Academy Institute for Leadership, were he taught and researched on the topic of leader development. He currently teaches Leadership in the Sawyer Business School at Suffolk University.

Dr. Martin can be reached via email at ira@prepare2perform.com, or can be followed on twitter at prepare2perform.

Prepare (verb): to put in proper condition or readinessTo "2" (prep): used for expressing motionPerform (verb): to carry out; execute; do