Jacqueline Hargrove, PhD
Dr. Jacqueline Hargrove is a licensed clinical psychologist and earned her doctorate degree from the University of Massachusetts Boston after completing her psychology internship at the Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center. Her postdoctoral fellowship focused on the treatment of at-risk adolescents with mental health or co-occurring substance use challenges within a therapeutic school setting at Mount Sinai Morningside’s Comprehensive Adolescent Rehabilitation and Education Service (CARES). She is intensively trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and provides individual and family psychotherapy primarily for children, adolescents, transitional-aged youth, and young professionals through her faculty practice. Her clinical interests include addressing complex and racialized trauma, mental health stigma, ethnic minority stress, anxiety and mood disorders, substance misuse, and exploring the intersections between sociocultural factors, trauma, and mental health.
Currently, Dr. Hargrove is the Assistant Clinical Director of the Complex Trauma Program, a program within the Icahn School of Medicine’s Center for Child Trauma and Resilience. In addition, she is an Assistant Clinical Professor within the Department of Psychiatry and is part of the Department's system-wide Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Steering Committee. Dr. Hargrove also serves as a faculty advisor for a peer-led wellness program within Mount Sinai’s Office of Well-Being and Resilience.
- Mount Sinai Beth Israel
- The Mount Sinai Hospital