Dr Cíara Losty is a lecturer in applied sport and exercise psychology in Waterford Institute of Technology on the MSc in Applied Sport and Exercise Psychology programme. Cíara is accredited as a Professional Member by Irish Institute of Sport Professional Quality Assurance Committee in in the area of sport psychology delivery. Cíara was part of team Ireland sport science and medical team for the London 2012 Olympic games. She served as Team Ireland’s holding camp sport psychology support at the London Olympic Games – a role which involved working across all sports with athletes, coaches and team managers. Cíara currently works with a range of Olympic athletes in preparation for Tokyo 2016. Currently she works with modern pentathlon, track and field, jump and flat jockeys and various Gaelic athletic association snr teams. Ciara currently works with all licensed professional jockeys on the Jockey Pathway sport science support programme. Ciara completed a Doctor of Health Sciences in Psychology in 2016 through the University of Wales and holds a Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Skills for Practice (level 8).