Dr. Matt Bader, MD

**Please note- Dr. Bader is currently not accepting new clients. If you would like to be put on his wait list, please contact our office for further information.**


I am a board-certified adult psychiatrist with subspecialty training in addiction psychiatry.

Originally from New Jersey, I found a second home in North Carolina during my residency training at Duke University. I spent a year away from the Tar Heel State completing my fellowship training in addictions at the Medical University of South Carolina in sunny Charleston, SC. I have happily traded coastal living for a return to the Triangle and all the diversity that it offers!

Given my specialty training, I have a great deal of experience treating a wide range of addictions including alcohol, opiates, marijuana, cocaine, and prescription medications just to name a few. However, I have found that in most individuals struggling with addiction issues, there is often also an ongoing battle against mood issues such as depression or anxiety. Thus, I strive to treat the client as a “whole” individual rather than focusing on one side of the addiction versus mood coin. Along those lines, I also have a great deal of experience treating a wide range of mental health problems including depression, generalized anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, and bipolar disorder outside of the context of addiction.

My goal is to provide compassionate, timely, and evidence-based care so that you can get to feeling better and living the life that you want to live. My treatment approaches include medication management, cognitive behavioral therapy, supportive therapy, and motivational enhancement therapy.


  • Medical University of South Carolina (Charleston, SC) — Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship
  • Duke University Medical Center (Durham, NC) — Psychiatry Residency
  • Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (New Brunswick, NJ) — M.D.
  • Rutgers University (New Brunswick, NJ) — B.A.

Professional Societies and Licenses:

  • American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry (AAAP): 2014-Present
  • American Psychiatric Association (APA): 2014-Present
  • American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM): 2014-Present
  • North Carolina Psychiatric Association (NCPA): 2014-Present
  • North Carolina State Medical License: 2009-2013; 2014-Present
  • South Carolina State Medical License: 2013-2014
  • DEA Waiver For Treatment of Opiate Addiction: 2014-Present


Kassi Hooper

Kassi Hooper, PMHNP-BC

Kassi Hooper is a board-certified Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP-BC) who treats individuals throughout the lifespan. She is a part-time member of the CPCH team and works individually with patients.

At CPCH, she treats depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, bipolar disorder, and other mental health problems. She has served patients from North Carolina in an array of settings: state psychiatric facilities, private practice, and telepsychiatric.

Kassi is a North Carolina native from Winston-Salem. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After several years of experience as a psychiatric-mental health registered nurse, she went on to receive her Master of Science in Nursing degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Program.

Kassi’s goal is to provide patient-centered care that is collaborative, compassionate, and evidenced-base to assist clients in obtaining their highest quality of life. Her treatment approaches include medication management, psychoeducation, dialectical behavioral therapy, and supportive psychotherapy.


  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – Master of Science in Nursing – Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Program
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – Bachelor of Science in Nursing


  • MindPath Care Centers at Carolina Partners in Mental HealthCare, PLLC (Cary, NC) - Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner - Board Certified (PMHNP-BC): 2019-20
  • UNC Medical Center (Chapel Hill, NC) – Clinical Nurse: 2016-2019
  • Central Regional Hospital (Butner, NC) – Clinical Nurse: 2013-15
  • J. Blackley Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Center (Butner, NC) – Clinical Nurse: 2012-13


  • American Association of Nurse Practitioners: 2020- present
  • International Society of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses: 2018- present
  • Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Alpha Alpha Chapter: 2016-present
  • North Carolina Nurses Association: 2012- present
  • American Nurses Association: 2012- present
  • American Psychiatric Nurses Association: 2011- present
  • Sigma Alpha Lambda, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapter: 2007-10
  • North Carolina Nurse Practitioner License: 2019- present
  • Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner – Board Certification (PMHNP-BC): 2019- present
  • North Carolina Registered Nurse License: 2010- present

Quinn McFall, LCMHC, LCAS

I believe that the most important aspect of counseling is the relationship developed between the client and myself.  I focus on the client as a holistic person.  Looking at all aspects of one’s life (family, career, health, spirituality, etc.) and how those important factors impact the whole person. Nothing is more important to the outcome of therapy than the absolute positive regard I have towards those I assist.  I believe that regardless of why one seeks emotional guidance, we all want to be reassured that we will be treated with respect and dignity.  That is a promise I make to each and every person I counsel.   


I specialize in the treatment of depression, anxiety, mood disorders and substance abuse.  I utilize evidence based practices including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Enhancement to help people resolve concerns and improve their quality of life.  I’m dedicated to physical wellness  to assist in  stress management and strengthening self-esteem and self-worth.        


I am a native to the gulf coast of Florida but have been in the triangle for 18 years.  I received my undergraduate degree from Sewanee; The University of the South, in Tennessee, and my graduate degree from East Carolina University, in Rehabilitation Counseling and Substance Abuse Counseling.  I am fully licensed as a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor and a Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist.  The field of psychotherapy is always evolving which is why I continually attend continuing education courses and follow new trends in the field to better serve my clients.  

Elisabeth Hargrove, MPH, LCSW

Elisabeth Hargrove, MPH, LCSW, is a clinical social worker with over 20 years of experience with a diverse client population in the Triangle area.  Elisabeth’s passion is helping clients find their inner strength and resiliency.  Her approach is warm, collaborative and non-judgmental. She uses short-term solution focused therapy, motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral techniques to address a range of concerns including anxiety, depression and anger management. Elisabeth has experience working with young children, teens and adults around family issues, behavioral concerns and trauma. She speaks Spanish and has many years of experience working with and advocating for the local Latino community.

Elisabeth believes that life is worth living and that each of us has inherent worth and dignity.  She finds it a privilege to help clients uncover their own strength and optimism about life.  Life is hard.  It can help to have a safe place to bring feelings of stress however they manifest: anxiety, depression, disordered eating, insomnia or chronic health conditions.  Elisabeth has experience in Behavioral Health Integration and is keenly aware of the relationship between mental and physical health.

Elisabeth has lived in the Triangle for 30 years, having graduated with a B.A. in English from Davidson College and an M.P.H. and an M.S.W. from UNC Chapel Hill.  She loves to spend time with her family and friends, being outside in nature, listening to music and practicing meditation.

Sarah Yenkelun, MSW, LCSWA

Sarah Yenkelun is a licensed clinical social worker who believes each patient is unique and deserving of individualized treatment. Hailing from New England, Sarah received her bachelor's degree in Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies from the University of Connecticut. She received her master's degree in Social Work from North Carolina State University.

Professionally, Sarah has a wide variety of experience working with diverse communities. She has been employed as a sexual-assault crisis counselor, a case manager for youth in foster care and as a counselor for homeless youth. She is a part-time member of the CPCH team and works full-time in the North Carolina Prison system.

At CPCH, Sarah works with individuals from all walks of life. She specializes in crisis intervention and stabilization, treating significant and persistent mental illness, working with victims of sexual assault, understanding and treating disordered eating as well as treating Justice-involved youth and adults. Sarah approaches each client from a strength-based perspective and is mindful of cultural and political climate and the impacts that has on individual wellness.

Jake Lamers, Counseling Intern

Jake is a counseling intern currently in his graduate studies at University of the Cumberlands. He is studying to become a Clinical Mental Health Counselor and is under the Supervision of Jessica Booth, LMFT, LCAS-A at Cognitive Psychiatry of Chapel Hill. Jake has experience working with adult clients with anxiety, grief, and depression.

Jake is passionate about fostering positive change by working collaboratively with each client to identify and achieve their unique goals. Jake employs evidence-based cognitive behavioral therapy techniques to assist the client in breaking down barriers which are keeping clients from improving their quality of life. He is also of the firm belief that physical and mental wellbeing are interconnected.

Jake has lived in the triangle area for 20 years and received his undergraduate psychology degree from North Carolina State University. He enjoys playing tennis, spending time with friends and family, and taking walks with his two dogs. Jake hopes to open a private practice after earning his license in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.

Jessica Booth, LMFT, LCAS-A

Jessica Booth, LMFT, LCAS-A is an experienced psychotherapist who treats every member of the family. She is a full-time, integrated member of the CPCH team and works with patients individually, as a couple, as a family, or in a support group. Jessica is available to work with individually with both patients seeing a psychiatrist for medications and patients who do not currently need psychiatric medications.

At CPCH, Jessica specializes in: couples relationships, discernment therapy (in regards to divorce), family therapy, children with Attention Deficit hyperactivity disorder, anxiety, and depression. She also works with individuals, specializing in: phase of life issues, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, and substance abuse. Jessica also helps to coach and support individuals through difficult challenges in life such as a loss of a job, grieving the loss of a loved one, or even adjusting to being a new mom.

Jessica is a North Carolina native from Sanford, NC. She received her Bachelor’s degree at The University of North Carolina at Wilmington, and then went on to receive her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy through East Carolina University. Jessica is a fully licensed Marriage and Family therapist in the state of North Carolina, and she continues to learn and study new research to hone her therapeutic skills and ensure that she is providing effective, cutting-edge psychotherapy services for all of her clients.