Ep. 47 How MateCheck Is Revolutionising The Well-Being World & Saving Peoples Lives, With Principal Psychologist, Tahnee Schulz

Wow.…. This is one of those episodes I just couldn’t get enough of!

Tahnee is an AMAZING woman with such interesting and diversified life experiences and skills and purpose that are aligned and literally saving peoples lives.  

In this episode there’s laughs and tears and sooo much valuable information.

Tahnee Schulz is an experienced psychologist with a background in mental health, substance use, trauma and much more. 

For the past 4 years she has specialised in critical incident response, and has worked with various people involved in and affected by incidents such as the the tragic passing of cricketer Phillip Hughes, the Sydney Lindt Café siege, several Royal Commissions and the Nepal Earthquakes Rescue Mission.

Tahnee is now the General Manager and Principal Psychologist at MateCheck. MateCheck is an award-winning mental health and wellbeing platform. MateCheck bridges the gap between people needing and people getting help by providing immediate access to professional support at the touch of a button.

You’ll be fully intrigued with everything Tahnee does and she also shares her tips on some resources we can all utilise to help our holistic approach to life.


You’ll hear Tahnee talk a lot about values, purpose, ACT, understanding your thoughts and mindsets  – ALL the valuable tools and habits in life that I teach people to help them live in alignment and achieve their goals and visions.

If you’re keen to optimise any of these areas of your life, reach out to me at brett@lifeintentioanl.com.au or any direct messages through instagram or facebook at @lifeforxlns or simply jump onto the website at yourlifeofimpact.com/coaching and contact me from there.

This podcasting journey is such an epically, unfolding journey and i’m always excited to share it with you.

Make sure you check out Tahnee online and share the MateCheck platform to help save and change more people’s lives.


Other resources discussed:

Viktor Frankl

Russ Harris – The Happiness Trap and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy 


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