• About Antoine Craig

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    My Story

    In 2010, Antoine Craig lost his vision to a retinal disease called Retinitis Pigmentosa. He went on to attend Virginia Commonwealth University and received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Media Studies. After graduation, he went on to become a US Paralympic track and Field Athlete. Most recently, he won a silver medal at the 2021 Tokyo Paralympic trials. After missing the Tokyo Olympics, Antoine went on to complete his master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Presently, Antoine has been selected as a member of the first USA National Blind Soccer Team. He completed his practicum and internship hours at the University of Richmond Athletics Department. Where he worked with Division I athletes on mental performance as well as various mental health issues.

    Antoine Craig considers himself an adventurer. During the pandemic, while the world was adjusting to a new norm, Antoine decided to become a self-proclaimed waterfall hunter. If Antoine is not hiking or climbing some obscure tree in a national forest, he is a very avid reader. Last year, he read about 30 books and right now his absolute favorite book is the Red Rising Series by Pierce Brown.

    My Mission

    LegendaryU’s mission is to provide affordable mental health care to athletes as well as individuals with disabilities. We aim to expand access and remove the stigma around mental health within underserved populations. We will accomplish this by utilizing Antoine Craig’s experiences as a professional athlete as well as an individual with a disability to facilitate meaningful change in individuals with similar experiences. By using, the latest science-based therapeutic techniques such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Positive Psychology, and Existentialism practices. We will be able to help individuals like yourself to identify and reach your fullest potential and become a more Legendary YOU!