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Destigmatizing Mental Health During Competition Postponements

Calling all Coaches! Now is your chance to learn from Emily Klueh, USOPC Mental Health Officer & University of Michigan clinical athletic counselor. As our sporting community continues to evolve during the challenges of a global pandemic and competition postponements, we want to ensure our athletes have the resources they need to focus on their mental health. Learn how Emily is working to promote a culture that destigmatizes mental health and encourages proactive support for all.

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As our sporting community continues to evolve during the challenges of a global pandemic and competition postponements, we want to ensure our athletes have the resources they need to focus on their mental health. Learn how Emily is working to promote a culture that destigmatizes mental health and encourages proactive support for all.

Participate in live question/answer with the Emily Klueh, USOPC Mental Health Officer & University Clinical Athletic Counselor as well as other coaches around the country.

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Emily Klueh

Former Elite Swimmer & USOPC Mental Health Officer & University of Michigan Clinical Athletic Counselor

Emily Klueh was an elite swimmer, winning an NCAA championship, being named Big Ten Swimmer of the Year and competing professionally until 2016, while also representing USA Swimming. She earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Michigan.


Emily is a clinical athletic counselor for the University of Michigan athletic department’s Performance Psychology Center. She provides direct clinical care to student-athletes, consults with coaches, conducts team presentations, creates educational programming and works interactively with support staff.


Emily was named as a Mental Health Officer for the US Olympic & Paralympic Committee in 2020. Their mission is to develop pathways for athletes to seek and receive mental health support throughout all stages of their athlete journey – all while promoting a culture that destigmatizes mental health and encourages proactive support for all.

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