Dr. Gabrielle Groth Hoover is the co-director of the outpatient clinic and a licensed counseling psychologist at Home Base providing care in the ICP, SOAR, and outpatient clinic. Dr. Hoover earned her undergraduate degree from Boston College and her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University at Albany, SUNY. At the Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial VA in Bedford, MA, she completed her pre-doctoral internship specializing in addictive behaviors and a post-doctoral fellowship focused on trauma treatment as well as leadership and training. Dr. Hoover has extensive training in the treatment of substance use disorders, trauma-related disorders, and behavioral addictions as well as evidence-based protocols including CBT-SUD and CPT.
In clinical care, Dr. Hoover utilizes an evidence-based, skills-focused approach within a collaborative and individualized framework. Prior to Home Base, she worked clinically with Veterans for more than 3 years in the VA system and is passionate about providing thoughtful and tailored care to Servicemembers. Her research interests include intervention/prevention programs related to health-risk behaviors as well as measuring outcomes to inform program development.