Author Bio


Priscilla Tallman helps athletes, coaches and parents develop a healthy mindset and relationship with their sport, teammates and self. Building mental skills for sport and life, she helps athletes train their minds and emotions for better performance on the court and improved relationships and life skills off the court. She has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from The University of Georgia and a Master of Science in Clinical Psychology from Vanguard University.

Tallman played collegiate volleyball for The University of Georgia and earned First Team All-America honors in 1993, 1994, SEC Freshman of the year in 1991, SEC Player of the Year in 1994, 1st Team All-SEC 1991-1994 and was inducted into Georgia’s prestigious Circle of Honor in 2006. She also played professional volleyball in Geneva, Switzerland and toured with the USA National Team in 1994 and as a member of The World University Games Team in 1995.

In 2016, she started coaching at the high school and club level and in 2018 she made became the Volunteer Assistant for Arizona State University beach volleyball team. She is currently the Assistant Beach coach at Arizona Christian University. In addition to coaching, she has co-written and authored two nationally published performance journals “30 Day Reset Journal” as well as “30 Day Return to Play Journal” and provides performance and mindset coaching to youth, club and collegiate athletes.



This blog is a collection of her own opinions, stories and process. Her passion is to pass on the love of sports to young athletes who want to find their greatness, build character through sports and share her personal stories of playing, coaching and parenting athletes.

3 thoughts on “Author Bio

  1. Dear goodness, woman, can we be friends????
    -Meghan Elkins, also a girl with hair in a disgraceful mess at the top of my head +

    1. I’m waaaaay cooler on paper, I can guarantee that (post on that later this week). Looking forward to reading everyone’s work this week! Thanks Meghan!

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