Keagen Hadley is a doctor of occupational therapy specializing in using psychological treatments such as acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) with his patients. As a patient and therapist, he has a deep understanding of the interventions and knows how emotional stress can interfere with rehabilitation, daily activities, and overall quality of life.
As an athlete, he tore both ACLs playing college and semi-professional football. This experience made him acutely aware of the struggles associated psychologically post-ACL injury and how to overcome them with positive results.
Learn more about Keagen: https://keagenhadley.com/
Order his Book, “Torn”: https://www.amazon.com/Torn-Overcoming-Psychological-Challenges-Post-ACL-ebook/dp/B09ZRPMSK6
“Human well-being must be at the heart of elite athletic performance.”
“Hardships often prepare ordinary people for an extraordinary destiny.”
“A goal has an endpoint. A value is a life direction. A value is often lifelong and gives life meaning and purpose.”