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How UNC's elite athletes use mental health as an edge


Dr. Jeni Shannon. Shannon, director of the Carolina Athletics Mental Health and Performance Psychology Program, works UNC athletic teams in weekly sports psychology meetings. Whether it’s performance anxiety or body image, Shannon is there to help. UNC defensive lineman is one of the most prominent advocates for mental health. (Daily Tar Heel)

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How UNC's elite athletes use mental health as an edge


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