“I am very excited to be the chief psychiatrist at The Meadows Ranch. My passion is helping people who struggle with eating disorders and co-occurring disorders, particularly borderline personality disorder,” Dr. Garber said.
Dr. Garber completed her general psychiatry residency at Emory University School of Medicine and her child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine. She then worked at the Menninger Clinic where she created the adolescent eating disorder track. The opportunity then arose for her to return to Arizona to work with eating disorder patients as the chief of the pediatric and adolescent eating disorder program at Rosewood Centers. She has also served as the medical director for Arizona’s Children’s Association.
She is intensively trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and has led at least two skills training groups a week for the past four years. She is also trained in Mentalization-Based Treatment (MBT), Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and is currently training under the Houston Psychoanalytic Association in psychodynamic therapy in adolescents and adults.
“We are very pleased that Dr. Garber has joined us at The Meadows Ranch,” said Buck Runyan, Executive Director of The Meadows Ranch. “Her passion for women’s health care and knowledge of eating disorders makes her a great addition to an already wonderful team. We look forward to her genuinely kind presence as well as her professional contributions.” More About The Meadows Ranch
For over 25 years, The Meadows Ranch has offered an unparalleled depth of care through its unique, comprehensive, and individualized program for treating eating disorders and co-occurring conditions affecting adolescent girls and women. Set in the healing landscape of Wickenburg, Arizona, The Meadows Ranch allows for seamless transitions between its structured multiphase treatment. A world-class clinical team of industry experts examines core issues through a host of proven modalities. Providing individuals with tools to re-engage in a healthy relationship with food – and with themselves – disempowers eating disorders and empowers individuals with a renewed enthusiasm for life. To learn more contact us or call 866-390-5100.