Recent Presentations:

Lower Merion Aquatics Club: Balancing Student Athlete life and Time Management

Villanova University Swim and Dive: Performing During Peak Season

Merion Mercy Academy: Managing Mind Chatter

US Squash: Mental Health Coaching: Getting the Most out of Your Athletes

Bryn Mawr College Swim Team: Building Team Cohesion and What it Means to be a Good Teammate

Milly Routledge, M.S.

Milly Routledge, MS is a therapist and sports psychology consultant, providing
individual and group counseling sessions to athletes, teams and coaches. Milly is now offering sessions in the UK as well as virtually in the US. Milly is
passionate about helping athletes manage their commitment to their sport while also
ensuring they prioritize taking care of themselves and their relationships. In her work
with coaches and teams, Milly offers strategies for them to improve performances in
competition and/or better recognize and manage mental health issues.

Milly graduated with her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from
Villanova University in May 2023. In addition to providing mental health and sports
counseling, she participates in numerous speaking events throughout the area
spreading mental health awareness and community engagement.

As the most decorated Big East swimmer in history, a 25-time Big East champion and
5th year student-athlete, Milly finished her career on the Villanova University Women’s
Swimming & Diving team in 2022. When you work with Milly, you are getting someone
who has first-hand experience of the psychological and physical demands of competing
at the highest level of college sports. (You can read an article about Milly’s swim career

Milly’s undergraduate degree is from Villanova University, where she graduated cum
laude with a B.A. in Psychology. At Villanova, she committed extra time to working with
athletes on ‘the mental side of sports.’ Milly was responsible for several ground-
breaking mental health initiatives at Villanova to raise awareness and provide better
psychological support and resources for student-athletes.

To find out more information about how Milly can help or to set up an appointment,
please call (484) 381-0490 or email Milly at [email protected].