Elisabeth Hargrove, MPH, LCSW, is a clinical social worker with over 20 years of experience with a diverse client population in the Triangle area.  Elisabeth’s passion is helping clients find their inner strength and resiliency.  Her approach is warm, collaborative and non-judgmental. She uses short-term solution focused therapy, motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral techniques to address a range of concerns including anxiety, depression and anger management. Elisabeth has experience working with young children, teens and adults around family issues, behavioral concerns and trauma. She speaks Spanish and has many years of experience working with and advocating for the local Latino community.

Elisabeth believes that life is worth living and that each of us has inherent worth and dignity.  She finds it a privilege to help clients uncover their own strength and optimism about life.  Life is hard.  It can help to have a safe place to bring feelings of stress however they manifest: anxiety, depression, disordered eating, insomnia or chronic health conditions.  Elisabeth has experience in Behavioral Health Integration and is keenly aware of the relationship between mental and physical health.

Elisabeth has lived in the Triangle for 30 years, having graduated with a B.A. in English from Davidson College and an M.P.H. and an M.S.W. from UNC Chapel Hill.  She loves to spend time with her family and friends, being outside in nature, listening to music and practicing meditation.