Terri Bacow Ph.D, a Brown University graduate, received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Boston University. There, Dr. Bacow trained under David Barlow at the Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders, well-known for assisting individuals with a range of anxiety and mood disorders. She completed her internship in clinical psychology at Long Island Jewish Medical Center on the Child and Adolescent Track, providing clinical services in several outpatient and inpatient rotations. Dr. Bacow's specialties include cognitive-behavioral therapy for mood, anxiety, eating disorders and ADHD and she particularly enjoys working with college students and parents. She also serves as the Director of Training at the Hallowell Center, a clinic well known in NYC for state of the art treatment of ADD and related disorders. In addition, Dr. Bacow is a Clinical Instructor at the Eating and Weight Disorders Program at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and an Adjunct Instructor in Applied Psychology at the NYU Center for Counseling and Community Wellbeing.
Dr. Bacow is a practicing clinical psychologist committed to utilizing treatments with supported efficacy with individuals of all ages, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, schema therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, dialectical behavior therapy and family therapy. Dr. Bacow has also been a special lecturer for psychiatry residents at Mount Sinai in cognitive-behavioral therapy, and is recognized as someone who is qualified to teach and supervise cognitive-behavioral therapy across the age spectrum. She is uniquely interested in helping clients with transitional stages of life, including adjustment to college and new parenting.