Dr. Garber’s research focuses on the etiology, course, outcome, treatment, and prevention of mood disorders in children and adolescents. She studies social-cognitive, environmental, biological, and interpersonal factors that contribute to the onset and maintenance of mood disorders. Dr. Garber is interested in the efficacy of cognitive-behavioral interventions with depressed adolescents, and the prevention of depression, particularly in high-risk offspring of depressed parents.
Ph.D. in Psychology - Child Clinical, 1987
University of Minnesota
B.A., Psychology and Sociology, 1973
State University of New York at Buffalo