The mind is the creator of all things. At HeadGames WebCamp we know that when you train your mind to be focused, positive, relentless, and joyful, amazing things happen. We believe in the power of the mind to raise you to unlimited potential. We also know this takes rigorous practice. The HeadGames WebCamp team is committed to helping you reach your goals. That’s what we do. We love to see you succeed. Plus, you have the support of hundreds of WebCamp warriors working by your side. We all are becoming better, together!
Alison Arnold (Doc Ali), PhD
Doc Ali pioneered mental training in the sport of gymnastics. For the past 25 years, Doc Ali has worked with Olympic medalists, NCAA champions, and thousands of athletes chasing their dream. After receiving her PhD in Psychology, she spent 12 weeks studying the mind with the masters in Nepal, four weeks in a Thai forest monastery, three weeks in the Amazon jungle in Peru, two weeks in silence integrating it all, and still made it back to teach it. A former gymnast herself, she is relentless about helping people reach their potential. She has been a mental toughness coach for USA Gymnastics since 1997. Doc Ali is a consistently invited contributor to regional and national USA Gymnastics congresses, and industry publications and websites around the world.
Jennifer Roitman-Seamans, M.A.
Jen is a former gymnast from New York and competed at the collegiate level for the University of Vermont. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Sport and Exercise Psychology. Jen works with athletes, parents and coaches and lives for that “a-ha” moment where mental and physical training meet to create greatness. Believing that sport lessons are life lessons, Jen is passionate about helping athletes achieve their goals. She currently lives in New Hampshire with her husband and two children.
Janae Whittaker Ali
Janae is the former captain of the Penn State University gymnastics team. After suffering a devastating career-ending injury her senior year, her perseverance lead to an award in her name for grit and attitude. Now a warrior for supporting athletes, she is bold, fun, and contagiously passionate. Her career highlights include: coach on NBC’s “Starting Over”; USA Gymnastics National Congress presenter; monthly writer for International Gymnast magazine; mental toughness coach to Olympic, professional, NCAA, and club athletes; and most importantly, being a blessed homeschooling mother of five.