Dr Amit D. Mistry is a Consultant Sports Psychiatrist and current chair of the Royal College of Psychiatrists Sport & Exercise Psychiatry Special Interest Group (SEPSIG). He holds formal positions as Consultant Psychiatrist to England Women’s XI Cricket Team (ECB) and mental health advisor to Oxford University Sport (OUS). He is a visiting clinical lecturer at Queen Mary’s University London (QMUL) in Sport & Exercise Medicine (SEM).
Prior to the Tokyo Olympics (2020), Dr Mistry released his first co-edited book, “Case Studies in Sports Psychiatry” with Cambridge University Press. His peer-reviewed research is related to athlete mental health, wellbeing within the sport, leisure & fitness industry, exercise addiction and disordered eating. Amit has played different Rugby codes up to international representative level. Dr Mistry can be followed on @DrAMistryPsych