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Who Is Dr. Tiff

Who Is Dr. Tiff

Dr. Tiffany Jones, PhD

Owner & President of X-Factor Performance Consulting, Mental Performance Coach (CMPC)

Degrees & Certifications:

College: Hobart & William Smith Colleges, Psychology & English (dual major) BA; Minor in Women’s Studies

Personal Achievements: 4x Women’s Soccer Varsity letter winner; competed in 2 NCAA Final Four Championships.

Graduate Studies: Springfield College, Sports Psychology (M.S & PhD)
Personal Achievements: Assist. Varsity Women’s Soccer Coach (5 years)

  • Association for Applied Sport Psychology (Certified Mental Performance Consultant; CMPC)
  • USOC Registry for Sport Psychology


Dr. Tiff has consulted with several different Division I athletic departments such as Louisiana State University, North Carolina State University, Kennesaw State University, Penn State Women’s Soccer, and Davidson Women’s Soccer.  She currently consults with Women’s Volleyball (2017 NCAA Runner-Up) and Soccer programs (2017 Great Eight)  at the University of Florida (Go Gators!), several sports from the University of Connecticut (UCONN), and South Alabama Women’s Soccer Program.

Dr. Tiff was also a consultant for the USA U-20 Women’s National Soccer Teams (World Cup Champions 2008; 2010), Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS), National Football Foundation, NSCAA, and Ultimate Gymnastics.  Currently Dr. Tiff is the Mental Performance Coach to Division 3 Powerhouses William Smith College, Bowdoin College, and Lynchburg University.  Greg Norman Championship Golf Academy and the Meghan Klingenberg Soccer Camps also use Dr. Tiff as their primary sport and performance psychology consultant as do many professional and Olympic athletes/coaches from around the world. 

Dr. Tiff has been trained and now is a consultant for Athlete Assessments, a sport profiling company that uses resources and tools to help clients reach their personal excellence in and out of sport.  

As a Speaker, Dr. Tiff has spoken at many national conferences (i.e. USA Hockey and United Soccer Coaches) with topics addressing: mental toughness, managing emotions/anxiety, decreasing negative thoughts, coming back from injury, motivation, controlling the controllables, coaching the millennial generation, incorporating brain endurance training, and developing effective communication between coaches and athletes.


 She is in the process of completing her first book, The Jones Method: Reaching personal and athletic excellence by implementing sport psychology techniques.