Drew Mikita is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge, CO. He has been teaching psychology classes at CMC since 2008, teaching a wide array of Psychology classes. Drew is originally from Hudson, Ohio and went to Ohio University. In 2004 he graduated with a B.A. in Psychology and went immediately to graduate school to become a Licensed Professional Counselor. In 2007 he finished up his M. Ed. from OU in the field of Rehabilitation and Clinical Counseling.
After finishing up his schooling in Ohio, Drew moved to Colorado. Here he worked in private practice as a mental health therapist. He specialized in substance abuse and adolescent counseling but has recently moved his emphasis to working with athletes.
Currently, Drew is pursuing his doctoral degree in the field of Sport Psychology and Human Performance at the University of the Rockies. He is working on his dissertation which is a proposed change to the current structure of NCAA Division 1 football. He works with high level athletes around Colorado who are looking to take the next step in their athletic careers.
Drew loves living in the mountains! He bikes, back-country skis, runs, disc golfs, takes photographs, and spends times with the two most important “4 legged people” in his life, Lucy and Linus. The Peanuts Gang love the snow and chasing papa down a fresh 16 inches in Summit County. Drew has been married to Molly since 2010, she owns Vertical Runner Breckenridge, America’s Highest Running Store.
In 2015, Drew reignited one of his lost passions, writing. The Summit Daily News asked Drew to write a Health and Wellness column, now called, Dear Drewbie. Psychology and writing are extremely important and are great for all people. Many of the articles on this page were written for this column. Drew also owns God Hates Cleveland about Cleveland sports, and the misery of rooting for the teams on the Burning River. Molly and Drew also own and operate www.WEareBRECK.com, a local perspective on Breckenridge, CO.
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