Personal Statement


        I believe that anyone can heal from life's setbacks, and every person should have access to mental health care. A healthy mindset will lead to success in all areas of life. There is so much we can learn from others who share experiences. You deserve to live your best life, overcome challenges, and accomplish dreams. My goal is that these videos contribute to your self-love, motivation, and achievement while gaining the best tips from professional athletes and other top professionals. I am grateful for your subscriptions and enjoy hearing about what you have learned. Thank you to the professionals who took their time to share "Minds N’ Motion" wisdom with us, to my excellent professors, colleagues, and viewers.




About Lacey & Minds N' Motion
 Lacey Everett is a dynamic doctoral student in Clinical Psychology. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and a minor in Dance from Chapman University. Prior, she studied dance at the California Institute of the Arts then worked as a professional dancer for the Los Angeles Lakers as a Laker Girl. Currently, Lacey is a doctoral psych. practicum student getting to work with various patients while receiving supervision. She also worked at a child development center to help children and their families. Additionally, Lacey works for HeadSet Sports giving support group sessions to paraplegic athletes. Her passion for athletics extends into all sports; she enjoys Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, yoga, snowboarding, sailing, dirt bike riding, hiking, and of course, dancing. She has taught fitness courses, including kickboxing, yoga, and high-intensity interval training. Lacey has worked in Veterans' homes, hospitals, homeless shelters, senior centers, and schools. She has worked in Physical Therapy offices throughout Orange County, assisting individuals with rehabilitation. In Cusco, Peru, she helped medical doctors in the treatment of mental and physical health issues. Currently, she is a practicum student at a Crisis Center where she sees 100's of severely mentally ill patients that come from a variety of cultures, ethnicities, races, genders, and backgrounds.

To facilitate larger audiences and provide access to mental support, she has created "Minds N' Motion," suitable for all audiences to learn tips for success! Her smile and enthusiasm are contagious encouragement making these videos entertaining, fun, and educational. The best self-help videos of the year!