Profile: Rebecca Levett

Rebecca is a Sport and Performance Psychologist with a wealth of experience in elite sport. She runs a consultancy called Sporting Success and is currently working with GB hockey with the Women’s team. Prior to this role Rebecca spent 4 years at the English Football Association as a Senior Psychologist: 3 years with the Men’s U21s team and 12 months with the Senior Women’s team, the Lionesses. In addition, Rebecca has previously worked with the Women’s first Team at Manchester City, spent 6 years with Archery GB with the Paralympic Squad and 9 years with Surrey Country Cricket Club alongside consultancy work for the England and Wales Cricket Board.

Throughout her roles Rebecca has travelled extensity with teams on pre-season tours, World and European Championships, 2 Paralympic Games (London & Rio), 1 Olympic Games (Tokyo) and 1 Commonwealth Games (Birmingham). Rebecca’s experience also spans a number of other sports including MMA and athletics as well as work in the corporate and education sectors. In the corporate world Rebecca has does a range of work from one to one executive coaching to running team development programmes both in a short term (e.g. 3 hours) and long term (e.g. over 12 months) contexts. Rebecca also works for Under Armour as an ‘expert’ contributor to their Human Performance System in America.

Rebecca has a strong belief that sustainable high performance is underpinned by high levels of wellbeing and also that we are all performers in our own right whether on the pitch, in the boardroom or even at home! Rebecca’s experience enables her to blend scientific knowledge with realities of what it is like ‘pitch side’ to ensure solutions are practical and not just jargon! 

Rebecca is registered as a Practitioner Psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council and is a Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society.