Joshua is the co-founder of Mind Gap and practising as a sports psychologist in the Malaysian sports scene. A major scope of his work includes helping athletes build individualised pre-match preparation plan and emotional regulation skills to be resilient when facing with setbacks. He had worked with a range of sporting entities which include the Squash Racquet Association of Malaysia (SRAM), Majlis Equestrian Malaysia (MEM), Malaysian Association of Dodgeball (MAD). He was also worked and led the team in several Esports campaigns, including games like Mobile Legends, Dota2, Fifa23 and PUBG. Additionally, his experience in instructional design had contributed to the development of learning modules in mental skills as well as designing engaging workshops and sessions.
Joshua has a Masters in sport and exercise psychology from Bangor University and is a graduate member of the British Psychological Society (BPS) and Malaysian Sports Psychology Association (MASPA). He is currently undertaking his PhD with University Malaya, researching on the application and behaviour change impact of mental skills training using app-based technologies. Joshua presented in the Malaysian International Psychology Conference (MIPC 2019) about his work with the SRAM squash athletes using an app-based technology for application of psychological skills training.