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 lecturer in Motor learning and control and my main area of research interest is in the role of vision in movement planning and performance psychology. graduated with My PhD (from Bangor University .UK) titled “The Role Of Vision In the Preparation and Execution Of Multiple Target Movements” in 2013.