Angel Brutus

Clinical, Sport and Performance Consultant

PCA Trainers

Dr. Angel Brutus is a member of the USOPC’s Mental Health Services Leadership Team as part of the department of sports medicine. She serves in this Lead role after serving as the inaugural Assistant Athletic Director of Counseling and Sport Psychology for Mississippi State University where she provided direct clinical and performance enhancement services, served as an administrator and developed programming to address MSU’s sports culture. She also managed a private practice based in Atlanta, Georgia where she provided clinical and sport performance services to individuals, teams, and

Her training includes Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology, Licensed Professional Counseling, Certified Rehabilitation Counseling and Sport-Performance Psychology. Angel is certified in Mental Health First Aid for adults. She is also a Certified Mental Performance Consultant and serves as an
executive board member as the newly elected Professional Standards Head and former coordinator for the Association for Applied Sport Psychology’s (AASP) Race & Ethnicity in Sport Special Interest Group (SIG) – member of additional SIGs (Women in Sport, Anger and Violence in Sport, Eating Disorders in Sport, Adaptive Sport & Physical Activity) and is a member of multiple committees within AASP in which she has co-chaired Nominations, Leadership, and Development and previously assisted with Professional Ethics and served as an IGNITE mentor.

In her spare time, she enjoys spending quality time with her three daughters and husband, engage as a community volunteer with philanthropic organizations targeting underserved youth, and mentoring students interested in pursuing careers in the helping profession.