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  • Dr. Robert Neff
  • 13760 Noel Rd, Suite 330, Dallas, Texas
  • Phone: (214) 773-48131
  • URL:
  • Mental Training Inc. (MTI) was founded in 2006 by Mental Trainer®, Dr. Robert Neff. MTI has a mission to provide customized, affordable mental training to athletes and executive coaching to business professionals around the world. MTI has built the first and only online mental training system that provides affordable, customized mental training to anyone regardless of where they live or the size of their organization. For the first time ever, all coaches, athletes and parents of a team or group can be on the same page mentally. You can connect with MTI at, at 877-744-5365 or go to
Mental Training, Inc. Press Release -

  • Mental Training, Inc. Partners with 2 Dallas Area Sports Training Facilities
  • Mental Training, Inc. continues to be an innovative force in sports psychology; recently partnering with both the Oasis Beach & Tennis Club and the Jeff Isler Golf Academy.
  • Mental Training, Inc. (MTI) is proud to announce 2 new partnerships; Oasis Beach & Tennis Club and the Jeff Isler Golf Academy have recently adopted t ...
  • January 28, 2012
  • Mental Training, Inc. and UTSA Northern California partner for Tennis Takeover
  • Mental Training, Inc., a company aimed to make good athletes great through mental preparation and toughness, has partnered with the esteemed United States Tennis Association (USTA) Northern California; a partnership that will undoubtedly have an effect on the entire tennis community.
  • USTA is a not-for-profit, volunteer-based organization dedicated to the promotion and growth of tennis. In accordance with their mission, USTA continu ...
  • January 07, 2012
  • Mental Training, Inc. Introduces Ground-Breaking Program
  • Mental Training, Inc. (MTI) recently presented ground-breaking research on the first ever mental training program for coaches, athletes and parents. MTI was invited to speak in Honolulu Hawaii at the prestigious conference held annually by the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP).
  • AASP aims to promote the growth of sport psychology, as well as hold a forum to discuss the various approaches regarding theory development and resear ...
  • January 03, 2012