Elements does not recognize such LR effects presets.
My suggestion was to take advantage of two PSE abilities:
1 - PSE ACR module and LR can use the same way to store the parametric edits (the sliders values) in xmp sidecar files or in the metadata header of jpegs, psd, tiffs... If you edit a file in LR by applying a preset, the changes are recognized when you open the file in the PSE ACR. In my tests, PSE recognizes all those edits, but you can only re-edit the features available in the limited PSE ACR interface, mainly the basic, calibration and detail panel.
2 - Each time you edit a file in the PSE ACR (even very slightly in a slider like clarity) PSE keeps a copy of the settings to be available for the next edit. You choose 'previous conversion' as indicated above.
So, if you can have a copy of a file edited in LR (or in PS ACR) with its applied preset, you can apply the effect from PSE to any other file. For instance, if you have a set of presets for weddings or portraits, landscapes, sepia... you can create your own library of applied presets. You can keep those reference files in the same album and/or folder. Those files don't need to be very big, they should serve as a big thumbnail and be named according to the preset name. If you don't have LR, maybe a friend with LR and the same presets could produce the reference files for you?