Team Mind Lift Psychology
Jasmin Singh (she/her)
Psychologist & Board Approved Supervisor
I have over 12 years of experience as a psychologist and mentor. I’m an endorsed Counselling Psychologist and Board Approved Supervisor with AHPRA. I have contributed research in the area of interpersonal neurobiology where I evaluated the link between emotions, relationships and brain development in young people through drawing assessments.
I presented at the International Congress of Applied Psychology and have published work with the International Journal of Neuropsychotherapy. But that’s enough of my professional credentials, in case it’s not obvious, I am interested in all things to do with the brain and optimising the potential of our brain. I like the science of psychology. I do this with brain training and mental skills training, and have a special interest in working with individuals with performance orientated challenges such as motivation difficulties, perfectionism, and anxiety. But most importantly, I believe that anyone can benefit from psychological support and coaching. You don’t need to be ‘disordered’ to see a psychologist.
What you can expect when you work with me is that I consider the relationship between the mind, body and brain in my approach. I also strongly focus on the therapeutic relationship; you need to feel comfortable with your therapist in order to maximise your outcomes from the sessions.
I have a bit of first hand experience of what it is like to have to perform under pressure, from playing soccer throughout my childhood and adolescence, to preparing for university exams, to presenting in front of a large group, and currently keeping myself motivated to train for long distance running events. I believe that performing well under pressure is a skill that can be developed, and with the right psychological supports and coaching, an individual is capable of achieving their goals.
Another area of interest to me is diversity. Whether that is cultural, gender, sexual or neurodiversity. I believe we are all unique with our lived experience and that using a diversity lens to therapy is beneficial.
I am passionate about seeing others grow and enjoy providing training and supervision to provisional psychologists, supporting them on their journey to full registration as a psychologist. I can supervise 4+2 and 5+1 interns, masters placement students, and Counselling Psychologist registrars.
To find out more about what I can offer in supervision, click here.
Tynneille Mulder (she/her)
Provisional Psychologist & PhD Candidate
Hello, my name is Tynneille and I am a registered Provisional Psychologist. I am currently completing my PhD at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) researching how our mood influences our ability to interpret and recognise emotion in others.
I enjoy working with adults by offering a collaborative approach to your individual psychological needs. I approach all therapeutic encounters with patience, understanding, and genuine curiosity as I learn about your personal experiences. I aim to create a non-judgemental space where you can openly discuss your thoughts and feelings around your concerns.
I tailor my therapeutic approach depending on your needs as a client, however I primarily draw from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Interpersonal Therapy (IPT) and Mindfulness Techniques. I also have completed additional training in the Gottman
Method as working with couples is an area of particular interest.
I practice an evidence-based approach using a biopsychosocial model to inform clinical care. I believe this approach is necessary as our mental health remains central to the influences of biological, psychological, and social factors.
I look forward to working with you.
Ways we can help
Psychological assessment for diagnosis and strategies based on your strengths and weaknesses
Counselling for depression, anxiety and everyday life stressors
For those who want to improve their performance in academia, arts, sports and work
Supervision for 4+2 and 5+1 internship, registrar programs and professional supervision
For training on performance-based skills and professional development