The Meaning Behind Mindsight
Mindsight is a term coined by American Psychiatrist, Dr Daniel Siegel to explain the process of looking inwards at the workings and processes of the mind. Mindsight is an individual's capacity to label, analyse and clarify their internal emotional world and respond to the world around them.
Mindsight Wellbeing embraces a passion for well-being and aims to provide a space where individuals can increase self-awareness, identify and employ their strengths, and foster self-compassion so they can lead more engaging and fulfilling lives.
We seek to understand each individual's experience and work collaboratively to develop and implement helpful thinking habits, new skills, and creative solutions that help to increase resilience and flourishing.
Belinda is a registered clinical psychologist with the Australia Health Practitioners Regulation Agency. She has experience working in schools, hospitals and private psychology clinics. Belinda has worked with adolescents and adults presenting with a range of mental health and wellbeing concerns. She has experience working with grief and loss, adjustments and transitions, stress and anxiety, depression, issues arising from infertility, and self-development. She also has a strong interest in Positive Psychology which is based on the science of strengths, well-being and flourishing.
Belinda recognises it can be difficult to take the first step in seeking support and draws on her warm, collaborative and authentic style, to help make that first step a bit less daunting.
Belinda has a strong love of learning, and high commitment to professional development and has taken on additional studies since completing her postgraduate qualification. She draws on an eclectic range of evidence based psychological treatments including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness Based Practices and Positive Psychology. She is also experienced in developing and delivering training to staff on a range of psychological and wellbeing issues.
Laura is a registered Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
and a full member of the Australian Association of Psychologists (AAPi). She is currently completing a
Master of Clinical Psychology (Post-registration).
Laura has experience working in private psychology clinics, community health organisations and
schools. Laura has experience working with adolescents and adults who present with various mental
health concerns and challenges such as anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, social
difficulties, grief and trauma.
Laura values the therapeutic relationship and believes in building strong rapport with her clients as
the foundation for therapy and intervention. Laura employs a person-centered therapy approach
tailored to meet the client needs and draws on components of various evidence-based therapeutic
modalities, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
(CBT), Motivational Interviewing, strengths-based and mindfulness approaches.