Meet Our Therapists

Meet Our Therapist Bridgette Grant

Bridgette Grant, LCSW

Bridgette Grant, LCSW

Bridgette Grant, LCSW has lived in New York, New Jersey, and Philadelphia, but has called Wilmington home for the past 5 years.  She began her Social Work career in Philadelphia as a high school counselor, providing individual and group counseling to teens. She later transitioned to Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, providing innovative therapeutic services to patients and families in the emergency department, psyc inpatient, and oncology units. Since moving to Wilmington, she has worked at New Hanover Regional Medical Center in both the emergency department and behavioral health hospital and has additional experience providing therapy to Veterans and their families.  She currently has a specialty private practice at Clarity Counseling Center and provides suicide risk assessment and counseling services to youth in the New Hanover County Detention Center. 

In sessions Bridgette's primary approach is cognitive behavioral (CBT) infused with an appreciation for holistic health. Bridgette’s therapeutic style is no-nonsense yet relaxed, making her easy to talk to. In her sessions she provides direct and honest feedback. She truly enjoys facilitating each client's goals toward empowerment, improvement, and wellness.

Bridgette specializes in working with  women struggling to find balance in their busy lives. She understands that between work, family and other demands, many women consider their own well-being last, leaving them feeling overwhelmed, exhausted, and often irritable. Therapy provides the opportunity for women to focus on their own needs and passions, restore their sense of self, and find peace. She loves working with a women especially mothers, new mothers, and those experiencing postpartum issues.

"Therapy provides the opportunity for individuals to focus on their own needs and passions, restore their sense of self, and find peace." -Bridgette Grant

Bridgette is also passionate about helping young adults ADULT. Adulting is hard! Overcoming difficulties in childhood or teen years, balancing parental expectations with one’s own interests, deciding on a major, beginning a career, or learning how to develop and maintain healthy relationships. Whew.  Bridgette works with individuals who feel lost, anxious, or insecure gain the confidence they need to create the lives they truly want.  

She also loves helping teens, especially teenage girls. She enjoys helping teens better understand themselves, identify their strengths, and develop the ability to recognize when they’re on the right path.  She has helped teens struggling with low self-esteem, abusive relationships, bullying, peer pressure, and anxiety. When teens learn and practice constructive coping skills, they feel happier, more confident, and can set healthy expectations for themselves and healthy boundaries in relationships.

Fun Fact: Bridgette spends her free time with her husband and son, exploring all that coastal life has to offer: the outdoors, the sound and sea, and live music.


  • New parents
  • New Moms
  • Transitioning to New Parenting Roles
  • Co-parenting
  • Generalized Anxiety
  • Social Anxiety
  • Worry/Stress
  • Teens
  • Teen girls
  • Low Self-Esteem
  • Anxious/depressed teens
  • Codependency
  • Lost young adults
  • Developing healthy relationships
  • College transitions and issues
  • Career transitions
  • Feeling Overwhelmed
  • Women's Issues

Treatment Orientation:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy


UNDERGRADUATE, Bridgette received her BA in social work from Rutgers University. 

GRADUATE, Bridgette received her masters degree in social work from Rutgers University.