Elysia Paisley


BAppSci (psych), GDipPsych, MCrim (forensic psych), MPsych (clinical), MAPS, MANZMH

Elysia is an experienced clinical psychologist who has worked in forensic, inpatient and community mental health settings including the Austin Hospital, South Eastern Private Hospital, Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital and several maximum-security Victorian prisons. 


Elysia established her private practice - Paisley Psychology Services, in 2011. In her practice Elysia sees children, adolescents and adults for a diverse range of issues. She also works part-time at St Vincent's Hospital, Melbourne.

Elysia has expertise in facilitating group workshops and providing professional training. She has been an invited speaker at the Olivia Newton John Wellness Centre Breast Cancer Forum and the Neuro-Otology Society of Australia Conference. Elysia also gave a presentation at the International Congress of Applied Psychology Conference.

Elysia has expertise in developing treatment programs, establishing psychology clinics and developing service delivery models. She has recently developed the Bullying Awareness and Prevention Program which focuses on addressing bullying and violence in primary schools.