Elisabeth Philip is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker at The Women’s Mental Health Center. Elisabeth received her Master of Social Work degree at The University of Maryland Baltimore, followed by extensive clinical training at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. She joins the women’s team with a wide breadth of knowledge in the treatment of women’s mood disorders, trauma, grief, LGBTQ specialized issues, perinatal depression and anxiety.
Elisabeth Philip is currently an active clinician at The Johns Hospital, where she serves as a social worker on a large, interdisciplinary, inpatient psychiatric team focused on the treatment of mood disorders. She holds the distinguished role of educator for the Johns Hopkins clinicians, residents, students, and trainees. Additionally, she is engaged in research projects focused on the study of mood disorders.
Elisabeth is skilled in numerous therapeutic modalities including Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Existential Therapy, Exposure Therapy, Trauma Informed Therapy, as well as patient education. She takes an active approach to treatment, providing patients with a structured approach to tackling their challenges head on. Focusing on collaborative care, Elisabeth expertly tailors her treatment plan to meet patient's values and goals. She is a compassionate clinician, with a culturally sensitive approach.
Elisabeth centers her practice, and clinical efforts around ending the disparities in health care that disproportionately affect women, and LGBTQ individuals. She joins this team not only as a talented and dedicated clinician, but as a spirited supporter of the mission of the Women's Mental Health Center.