JESLYN LIM (Founder of Mind Culture)

Managing Director. Developmental Psychologist and Certified Hypnotist at Mind Culture. Trained in Applied Psychology and Organisational Psychology at an undergraduate level, Masters degree in Developmental Psychology, and subsequently in Doctorate programme.

She is a certified practitioner of Integral Eye Movement Therapy (IEMT) and a member of Association for IEMT Practitioner. Jeslyn is also a full member of Singapore Psychological Society (SPS), as well as a Board Committee Member in Association of Psychotherapy and Counsellors Singapore (APACS). With extensive experience working in the service and education sectors, she had attained vast opportunities to work with disadvantaged and disenfranchised children, youth, as well as adults (with specialty in the psychological dysfunction, intellectually disabled individuals and their families).


As a psychologist and a hypnotherapist, she took charge of clinical assessment and program, individual behavioural plan (IBP) development, clinical supervision and clinical meetings with parents. With experience in behavioural and language intervention (trained in ABLLS™‐R, ABA & VB techniques/ physiology) and along side with hypnotherapeutic work, she is National Guild of Hypnotists (NGH) Certified with an Advanced Certification In 5-PATH®, as well as a 7th PATH Self-Hypnosis Teacher. ​Jeslyn work closely with clients in achieving individualised learning goals progressively. Apart from her work experience in the social service industry, Jeslyn also spent years in the private sectors in management level, ensuring employees’ well-being by performing conflict resolution, and providing counselling services. This further fortified her skills in dealing with clients regarding matters of safety, crisis, and restorative management. She developed therapeutic interventions to promote motivation and heighten work morale as well as work ethics. Additionally, Jeslyn is experienced in the medical sector as a senior surgical operating assisstant, dealing with patients and cases that included financial hardship, phobias, and socio-emotional needs.