Dr. Jay-Lee Nair | Psychologist, PhD Sport & Exercise Psychology

My focus is to provide psychological support to youth and adult individuals looking to raise their standard of performance and thrive under pressure with less stress and anxiety.

Skilled in the design and delivery of sport psychology support services to sport organisations in the form of group based mental skills training and individual consultations for athletes and coaches primarily in Swimming, Golf, and Gymnastics.

As a former USA NCAA Div-I, collegiate golf player with Academic All-American honours, I know what it takes to balance studies and sport at the elite level.

I also work extensively with psychological dilemmas in adults. I am experienced with adult ADHD, obsessive compulsive disorder, and perfectionism leading to anxiety and stress.

“In life and in sport we only have moments… pursue with passion, create with intensity and cherish always”

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AIS Student Survey 2016

November 30th, 2016|0 Comments

This is a temporary page for AIS Students. To complete the survey click on the link below.

AIS Mental Skills Student Survey 2016

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Birth Like an Athlete: Sport Psychology Techniques for Expecting Mums

October 20th, 2016|0 Comments

The context for this training might sound unusual in terms of the typical sport and performance zones of my work, but the training is actually very similar with the same goal in mind…To help expecting mums go through the process of their big event with an optimal state of mind and less stress, fear, and anxiety.

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Injured Body Active Mind

October 10th, 2016|0 Comments

Working through the injury rehabilitation process can be challenging for anyone experiencing an injury or recovering from surgery.

Working with a Mental Notes sport psychologist like Dr Jay-Lee during this process is NOT just for athletes returning to sport, it’s for real people wanting to manage the journey of injury rehabilitation for optimal recovery and return to the activities they enjoy most.


Maximise your strengths to achieve your goals.
You must be in control of yourself before you can control your performance.
Mental skills training can enhance a student’s ability to focus, acquire time management skills, and perform when it counts with less stress and anxiety.
Learn how your pursuit of perfection can become your greatest asset instead of your biggest weakness.
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Dr Jay-Lee Nair is a sport and exercise psychologist for Mental Notes Consulting based In Singapore.
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