Terri L. Bacow
- CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR (PENDING) Psychiatry
Long Island Jewish Medical Center
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.
ResearchMy 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.
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Dr. Bacow did not report having any of the following types of financial relationships with industry during 2012 and/or 2013: consulting, scientific advisory board, industry-sponsored lectures, service on Board of Directors, participation on industry-sponsored committees, equity ownership valued at greater than 5% of a publicly traded company or any value in a privately held company. Please note that this information may differ from information posted on corporate sites due to timing or classification differences.
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