About Eesha Shah
Eesha is a sports and performance psychologist with several years of experience supporting elite athletes and clients to achieve their aspirations. She has developed and delivered psychological programs to individuals, teams, and para-sport athletes from regional to world championship events. She has worked with Singapore’s national athletes. She has been responsible for the mental health aspects of the Team Singapore contingent at the 2016 Rio Olympic and Paralympic games.
In addition to working with athletes, Eesha also supports clients in various achievement contexts such as corporate settings and performing arts. She journeys with them to fulfil their personal goals and improve their productivity, performance, and well-being. She integrates evidence-based scientific approaches, current research, and best practices in her work. Acceptance Commitment Therapy often guides her counselling process.
Eesha has a Master of Science in Sport and Exercise Psychology from Loughborough University, the top-ranked university globally for sport-related studies. She is an active researcher and an author in international scientific journals.