Mei Yin completed a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Masters in Applied Psychology (Counselling Specialization) and an MPhil. She devoted over 20 years working across non-profit agencies, public healthcare polyclinics, and private settings locally and overseas, to advance mental health in the community, where she had advocated for and was involved in setting up psychology and counselling practices, advocating for and implementing professional and public education to enhance mental health awareness, understanding and application of psychological strategies for better mental and physical health and well-being for people across the lifespan, aside from being involved in applied research activities. She held positions of leadership, contributed to task groups that advocate for public health promotion as well as multidisciplinary collaboration for patient-centred care. She currently delivers client-services in a private clinic, serves as a consultant with the Caregiving and Community Mental Health Division, Agency for Integrated Care, aside from provision of clinical supervision and teaching at tertiary level.
Mei Yin has been a member of the SPS since 1996 and an advocate for the SRP since its birth. She had the privilege to contribute to the SRP supervisor and applications subcommittees since 2021. The current role of the SRP aims to professionalize psychology, build relations among psychologists of various domains of specialization to maintain and strengthen the implementation of professional standards and best practices in collaboration. Strengthening relations between psychologists, other mental health professionals, allied health and medical professionals for sharing best practices and implementing processes of professionalisation in delivering services that uphold ethical mindedness, competence and integrity.