Greg Clarke, Ph.D.

Dr. Greg Clarke’s areas of interest include the prevention and treatment of depression, anxiety, and insomnia in both adults and youth as well as population-level mental health improvement through the use of e-health interventions (e.g., websites, mobile devices).  Dr. Clarke has been the principal investigator and co-investigator on over two dozen grants funded by the National Institute of Mental Health, conducting controlled-outcome trials of depression treatment and prevention in at-risk populations. Some of his most recent controlled trials have examined the costs and clinical outcomes of preventing and treating depression in adolescent offspring of depressed parents enrolled in an HMO, the medication and psychotherapy treatment of depression in adolescents who have failed to respond to an initial antidepressant medication, simultaneous insomnia treatment and antidepressant medication for depressed youth, cognitive bias modification for youth with anxiety disorder, and Internet self-care programs for depressed adults and adolescents.  Dr. Clarke received his PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Oregon in 1985, and has conducted mental health research for over 30 years.