Dr. Elise Sloan is a registered psychologist with a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Deakin University. Elise is a warm and compassionate therapist who currently works in both research and clinical practice.
Dr. Elise Sloan
Elise has a passion for early intervention in mental health and substance use disorders in order to improve the social and emotional outcomes of people. Her research work focuses on examining emotion regulation in high-risk and complex adolescents in order to inform the development of treatment programs that target emotion management as a way of improving mental health and substance use in this population.
Clinically, Elise has worked in both private and public settings and has significant experience in working with people aged 12-30 who present with a range of difficulties including mood disorders, anxiety, stress, substance use, personality disorders and trauma. Elise works within a range of evidence based therapeutic frameworks including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) and mindfulness. She adopts a person cantered and flexible approach to best suit the needs of the individual client.
Elise has published her work in multiple academic and peer reviewed journals.