Harriette R. Grooh, PhD

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Are you or a loved one facing these challenges?

  • Memory loss or cognitive impairment
  • Chronic or terminal conditions
  • Concern about safety in the home
  • Burnout as a family caregiver
  • Desire to age in place
  • Need for a care residence
  • Family strain
  • Caring from a distance

Let us help you develop a plan


Through scheduled phone or Zoom sessions, Dr. Grooh will work with you to develop a thorough understanding of the physical, mental and emotional strengths and weaknesses of the older adult.

Support & Guidance

Based on personal preferences and family budget, Dr. Grooh will help you prioritize steps needed to make wise choices.

Information & Referral

Drawing upon her extensive knowledge of Bay Area resources, Dr. Grooh can advise you regarding the array of local resources for your unique situation.

Give me a call: (415) 686-7262


Harriette Grooh, PhD
Psychologist, Aging Life Care Managerâ„¢

Harriette Grooh is a licensed clinical psychologist who earned her PhD in psychology at Palo Alto University. Since the 1970s she has specialized in the needs of older adults and their families. She founded Harriette Grooh & Associates Personal Care Consultants in 1983. Serving the San Francisco Bay Area for 40 years, she has provided support and guidance to individuals and wealth managers at the crossroads of elder care decisions.

Dr. Grooh has risen to positions of leadership across numerous professional organizations. She has served on the Board of Directors of the Aging Life Care Association (ALCA), the national association for care managers. She is one of the founding directors of the Alzheimer’s Association of Northern California and Northern Nevada, and one of the founding directors and past president of the 12-state Western Region Chapter of ALCA. In 2017, she received ALCA's highest honor, the Adele Elkind Award for Excellence in Professional Geriatric Care Management.

California Clinical Psychology License: PSY 15280

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