I am a Sports Psychologist and Applied Motor Learning and control researcher, at Salahhaddin University –Erbil. I have worked in the fields of academic for more than 17 years coordinating practical Coaching and applied sports technology human movement analysis and programming aiming movement. And I have worked as a mental health professional for nineteen years and provided professional services in a wide variety of settings including hospitals, college counselling centers, and private practice.I am a motor learning and control lecturer with a primary research interest in the role of vision in movement planning and performance psychology. In 2013, I received my PhD (from Bangor University in the United Kingdom) titled "The Role of Vision in the Preparation and Execution of Multiple Target Movements."