Elizabeth (Beth) Harders, MS

Clinical Research Coordinator

Beth began working in the BSM Program in June, 2014.  She is currently working as a coordinator for a study exploring insomnia-related metabolic processes.  She also works as a coordinator in the Mood & Anxiety Clinic.  Beth recently graduated from Saint Joseph’s University with her MS in Experimental Psychology.  Her thesis explored the use of a gratitude intervention as a means for reducing stress generation and increasing positivity and positive interactions within college-age women’s romantic relationships.  Beth plans to pursue a Ph.D. in clinical psychology, following the researcher-practitioner model.  Her research interests lie in the development and dissemination of clinical interventions for depression, anxiety, and mood disorders, within the general population and intellectually and developmentally disabled (IDD) population.

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