Elisa Spiller

Elisa spiller smiles at the camera, she is wearing a white sleeveless top and has her hair pulled back.

Psychologist (provisional)

Sunshine Coast

  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Behavioural Support and Advice
  • Depression
  • Trauma
  • Works with adults
  • Works with children

Elisa Spiller, a psychologist (provisional) for Therapy Pro on the Sunshine Coast, lives and breathes the philosophy that wellbeing of mind and body go hand-in-hand.

Having a healthy body image means accepting and loving the skin you’re in and knowing that you are more than what is physically seen.

That’s an outlook Elisa encouraged in clients when she worked as a qualified personal trainer to pay her way through university studies.

It’s an outlook she promoted as a community support worker and it’s a seed she hoped to plant when working with an eating disorder helpline.

“I want to empower you to connect with your own power—to find your strengths— so that you can be the healthiest version of yourself, body and mind,” Elisa, a provisional psychologist, says.

Elisa has worked professionally in the community mental health space since 2017, primarily with teenagers and adults.

As a Therapy Pro psychologist (provisional), Elisa is available to work with clients of all ages who need psychological assessments and therapeutic interventions.

She can develop behaviour management plans and help clients with emotional regulation, behavioural management, stress management, anger management, grief and loss, and social skills development.

Her skills toolkit includes cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), schema and mindfulness-based strategies.

Elisa also has practical youth and family counselling experience.

Elisa Spiller gained her Masters degree in Professional Psychology from Deakin University.

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