Terri L Bacow, PhD
- CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR | Psychiatry
Terri Bacow, Ph.D. is the Director of Clinical Services, Eating and Weight Disorders Program in the Department of Psychiatry (full-time). Her primary role includes working with clients with a range of eating disorders (all ages) that come through our clinic.
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Internship, Psychology, Long Island Jewish Medical Center
My current research interests focus on investigating factors that contribute to the effectiveness of eating disorders treatment in youth. This includes being a clinician for ongoing grant-supported treatment studies examining interventions for anorexia nervosa and pediatric obesity, and serving as the project coordinator for a NICHD funded study comparing family-based treatment to nutritional counseling for pediatric overweight in adolescents ages 13 to 17. To learn more about these projects, please visit the Eating & Weight Disorders Program website.
Bacow TL, Ehrenreich JT, Choate-Summers M, Pincus DB, Mattis SG. Concordance between Measures of Anxiety and Physiological Arousal Following Treatment of Panic Disorder in Adolescence. Child and Family Behavior Therapy 2009 Sep;.
Bacow TL, Pincus DP, Brody LR. The Metacognitions Questionnaire for Children: Development and Validation in a Clinical Sample of Children and Adolescent with Anxiety Disorders. Journal of Anxiety Disorders 2009; 23: 727-736.
Bacow TL. Help Your Teenager Beat an Eating Disorder [review]. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Book Reviews 2008; 4(6).
Landon TM, Ehrenreich JT, Pincus DB. Self-efficacy: A comparison between clinically anxious and non-referred youth. Child Psychiatry and Human Development 2006; 38: 31-45.
Danielson CK, De Arellano MA, Ehrenreich JT, Bennett SM, Cheron DM, Goldstein CG, Jakle KR, Landon TM, Suarez LM, Trosper SE. Identification of high-risk behaviors among victimized adolescents and implications for empirically supported psychosocial treatment. Journal of Psychiatric Practice 2006; 12: 364-383.
Landon TM, Barlow DH. Current status of cognitive behavioral therapy for panic disorder. Journal of Psychiatric Practice 2004; 10: 211-226.