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Yes. AAPEX consultants are bound to observe confidentiality guidelines and will not share any information about your individual AAPEX appointments with coaches, trainers, teammates, Harvard administrators, or parents without your express consent. AAPEX consultants won't even reveal whether or not you made an AAPEX appointment. This stance of extreme confidentiality is subject to exception in rare instances, such as when: (a) a court of law requires the release of information; (b) an AAPEX consultant consults with a professional colleague; or (c) you reveal that someone is at risk of serious, imminent, physical harm. For a full description of the confidentiality practices that AAPEX follows, see the UHS Notice of Privacy Practices. Feel free to ask specific questions about confidentiality as they arise, because your understanding and comfort are paramount.
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That's fine. Clarity often emerges after initial discussion.
You should definitely speak with an AAPEX consultant if you have an unmet need or request. If AAPEX cannot meet this need directly, then an AAPEX consultant will help you find the best possible resource(s), whether within or outside Harvard.
AAPEX consultants are a small group of professionals that enjoy working with Harvard student-athletes in all facets of their lives. AAPEX consultants have considerable Harvard-specific expertise in areas that include but are not limited to general and sport psychology, Harvard College academic advising, and conflict resolution.
Many Harvard administrators, staff, and student-athletes themselves have long recognized that our student-athletes face many challenges both within and outside their sport. AAPEX brings together resources from both sides of the river in a coordinated, collaborative effort to help Harvard student-athletes capitalize upon their strengths and work through whatever questions, challenges, or concerns they face.
Tell us! Athletes require feedback to improve performance, and so does AAPEX. We welcome your comments and feedback, even if they're anonymous.
Appointments & Questions: E-mail
Dr. Craig Rodgers
Address: AAPEX (c/o Dr. Craig Rodgers), 5 Linden St., Cambridge, MA 02138 Phone: 617-495-2581 (Bureau of Study Counsel handles calls)
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