Dr. Kristina Reihl, PhD

Clinical and Sport Psychologist


Dr. Reihl is a Clinical and Sport psychologist whose passion for sports started at a young age.  She received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University. Growing up in the northeast she loved figure skating and watching hockey and golf.  Hockey became a passion and she began learning as much as possible about it. She is dedicated to helping athletes of all skill levels achieve their goals and tap into unknown potential. Dr. Reihl has worked with professional, junior, and amateur athletes/performers who were seeking to take their mental skills to the next level in order to improve performance and has provided on ice mental skills consulting for a goalie camp. She is currently pursuing Board Certification in Biofeedback and CMPC certification, an elite certification in Sport and Performance Enhancement.  Dr. Reihl is a professor at Yorkville University, and speaks at international and local events. She is also a regular contributor to several podcasts.

Dr. Reihl is originally from New York and grew up on Long Island. She is active in the community and served on the board of directors for a non-profit organization. She is an advocate around the importance of addressing overall health of athletes and supports organizations seeking to create awareness around mental health in sports and TBI. During her free time Dr. Reihl enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, rock climbing, kayaking, ice skating and enjoying hockey. She loves winter sports so you can always find her searching for some snow or ice.