Sarah Cecil is a Chartered Sport Psychologist and has worked for the English Institute of Sport since 2005. She has a BSc from St Andrews University and an MSc from Exeter University She has 20 years of experience working with Olympic and Paralympic athletes as well as coaches and support staff across a wide variety of sports. She was the sport psychologist for the British Athletics team at both the Olympics and Paralympics in London 2012 as well as leading the Team GB First Games/Homes Games Programme. Post 2012 she worked at the Team GB Intensive Rehabilitation Unit for 5 years. Sarah was the sport psychologist for the UK Team at four Invictus Games. As a mentor and registered supervisor she has an extensive record of developing sport psychologists, support staff, coaches and leaders in the high performance system. Sarah sits on the UK Sport Mental Health steering group and has cowritten guidelines for promoting good mental health. She has presented and published work in mental health and injury. She currently works with the LTA and GB Snowsport. Sarah uses the expertise she has to enable athletes to deliver under pressure and to support coaches and performance staff to fulfil their potential.