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6701 Fannin Street
Houston, TX 77030
Beth H. Garland, PhD
Associate Professor, Baylor College of Medicine
|Texas Children's Hospital||Fellowship||Disruptive Behavior Disorders||2008|
|Baylor College of Medicine||Internship||Psychology||2007|
|Texas A & M Department of Psychology||Postgraduate Education||Doctor of Philosophy||2007|
|James Madison University||University||MA in Psychological Sciences||2003|
Dr. Garland studies outcomes of group and individual behavioral interventions as well as common psychological co-morbidities across adolescents with obesity and eating-related disorders. In particular she is interested in adolescent motivaion for change and transition-related issues for adolescents.
|Academy for Eating Disorders||Member|
|American Psychological Association||Member, Divisions 53, 54|
|The Obesity Society||Member|
Axelrad, ME, Garland, BH,Love, KB (2009). Early Childhood Intervention for Disruptive Behavior Problems. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings 16, pg.263-269.
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