Meredith Ross is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist. She received a Bachelor of Science in Family and Community Services, a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, and Master of Social Work from East Carolina University. Meredith has experience working with clients in community support team services, eating disorder assessments, inpatient mental health with special interest in addiction and psychosis, and intensive in-home program including family systems.
Meredith uses a variety of evidence-based practices to support individuals, couples, and families to individualize treatment based on the client’s goals. She utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and solution-focused therapy in her therapeutic practice. She was trained from a relational perspective and uses this to support clients with understanding and navigating relationships in their lives. Meredith focuses on working with clients to empower them to use their inherent strengths to live meaningful lives.
Originally from Waxhaw, NC, Meredith moved to the Raleigh area in 2016. She enjoys trips to the mountains, going to hockey games with her husband, and playing games with friends.