Please Note: If you are looking for Mylne Street Mental Health, please visit our affiliate website at www.mylnestreetmentalhealth.com.au

Mind, Science & My Health is an education and training company managed by Director, Michelle Aniftos.

BSSc; PGDipEd;  MEd; MPsych (Clinical); GradCertClinNeurophysiology
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Michelle is the Director and Senior Clinical Psychologist at Mylne Street Mental Health in Toowoomba, Queensland; Research and Education Director of Mind, Science & My Health; part-time Clinical Educator for SQRH, a University Department of Rural Health; and a Board-approved Psychology Supervisor. Michelle has been a very active volunteer serving the biofeedback community, e.g., as past Convener of the Australian Neurofeedback & Psychology Interest Group; past President and Fellow of the Applied Neuroscience Society of Australasia; and past Chair of the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance – Australia. Michelle is a BCIA-Certified Neurofeedback Practitioner and a QEEG Diplomate (International Certification QEEG Board.  Michelle offers a range of education, training and supervision services. Her developmental approach to support early career EEG professionals, for example, to attain BCIA-accredited status as a Neurofeedback Practitioner or IQCB-accredited QEEG Diplomate status, has contributed to a significant increase in the number of certified professionals in Australia.

Supervision & Mentoring:

Michelle is AHPRA approved for supervision in 4+2, 5+1, Higher Education and Clinical Registrar programs; and is also an approved mentor for providers seeking IQCB certification or BCIA-A certification in neurofeedback.  Michelle designs programs of support relevant to your individual needs. In addition, Michelle is developing a suite of online education materials and site-based workshops.

Email Michelle@msmh.com.au for more information.

Past Events:

ERP Webinar Recordings available from series by Yuri Kropotov – more information at_ https://bmmi.wildapricot.org/event-3543138

What is Neurofeedback and how can it help you?

Download a free book by Dr Ed Carlton at Carlton Neurofeedback Centre.

Read: Hammond, D.C. (2011). “What is Neurofeedback: An Update.” Journal of Neurotherapy. 15(4): 305-336.

Learn more about how neurofeedback helps treat ADHD & anxiety. 

Download BrainFutures’ full neurofeedback report here.


1]  QEEG Didactic Training by Distance PLUS Workshop

IQCB LOGO IQCB-Accredited Course

2] QEEG Practical Skills & Neurofeedback Practical Skills Training

Face to Face – Sydney, 28 – 31 May 2022

Get in touch with Michelle by clicking here.