Graduate Teaching Assistant and PhD Student at Edge Hill University Sport and Physical Activity Department. Her research focuses on mental health and well-being in Rugby League youth academy players from a sociological and psychological approach. Diana has an MSc. Sport and Exercise Psychology (Staffordshire University) and MSc. Performance Psychology (University of Edinburgh). She has five years’ experience working with high-performance athletes from individual and team sports. She co-edited the first sport and physical activity psychology book in Colombia published by the Colombian Association of Psychology Faculties (ASCOFAPSI in Spanish).
- Exploring the mental health and wellbeing of youth academy rugby league players
- Exploring the Impact of the Player Mental Fitness Workshops Delivered as Part of the Rugby League World Cup 2021