ImPractically Perfect will offer insight, healing, and support via impactful storytelling by industry leaders, performers, athletes, and influencers. Hear their inspiring stories of being a recovered, card carrying member, and victim of perfectionism. Hosted by Sports Psychologist Casey Cooper, Ph.D.
Girl Scouts of Orange County, Vikki Shepp is ImPractically Perfect
Vikki Shepp, CEO of the Girl Scouts of Orange County shares her leadership journey, the role of GSOC in the fight against perfectionism and more in this feature episode.
Sports Pediatrician Chris Koutures MD is ImPractically Perfect
Sports Pediatrician, Chris Koutures, MD shares his personal tips of achieving balance in his practice, best practices when supporting athletes at the highest levels in sport, and guidelines for parents on sports specialization and time off.
Matt Conover is ImPractically Perfect
Disneyland VP of Entertainment, Matt Conover shares his views on perfectionism versus excellence, his vision of developmental leadership and the importance of high school arts and theatre programs.
Rams GM Les Snead is ImPractically Perfect with Dr. Casey
Los Angeles Rams General Manager, Les Snead shares his concerns and advice for young professionals and athletes regarding expectations in the NFL. The 2016 Rams Rookie class is highlighted in this conversation in anticipation of the 2019 Post-Season success.
Season 1, Episode 4
Choreographer Nicole Berger is ImPractically Perfect with Dr. Casey
HBO & NBC Choreographer, Producer, Director and Instructor, Nicole Berger shares her personal journey with managing expectations in a perfection driven industry. Hear about her upcoming short film, Holes featuring music by The Police, and how her family embraces creativity in the moment while in the Kitchen!
Season 1, Episode 3
Manager Fred Claire is ImPractically Perfect with Dr. Casey
World Series Manager, Fred Claire joins Dr. Casey to discuss the risks of perfectionism and his character driven stragies for leadership, life and community.
Season 1, Episode 2