Eloise Conrad

(Independent Contractor)

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Eloise is highly experienced in counselling and case management with children, adolescents and families. She has spent the past 9 years working as a school psychologist in a range of different school settings and currently works with the adolescent population in a secondary school. Eloise engages with young people from different cultural backgrounds, experiencing a wide range of mental health issues and learning difficulties. Examples of these issues include anxiety, mood disorders, eating disorders, ASD and neurodiversity, self-harm and suicidality, relationship issues, family difficulties and child protection concerns. She has an interest in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Compassion-Focussed Therapy and Trauma-Focused Therapy. Importantly, Eloise has a strong focus on the therapeutic relationship and is skilled in providing assessment and intervention based on the needs of client and their individual story.

Eloise gained general registration through the 5+1 program. She is a Board Approved Supervisor and a full member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS). Eloise is passionate about providing supervisees with a warm, supportive space for authentic, effective and practical reflection.

  • Ethical, Professional and Legal Matters
  • Supervising Decisions Relating to Mandatory Reporting
  • Intervention and Treatment Planning
  • Working with/in Schools
  • Working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Clients
  • Working with Neurodiverse Clients
  • Working with Separated Families
  • Risk Assessment
  • Working with Children (5 - 12 yo), Adolescence (12 - 18 yo) and Late Adolescence (18 - 25 yo)
  • Working with Gender Diverse Populations
  • Eating Disorders
  • Working with Regional and Remote Communities