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Dr. Terri Bacow is a psychologist in Manhattan, New York and an alumni of Boston University, Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders. She specializes in treating anxiety, depression and other related disorders, and working with college students and parents. She specifically loves helping clients in transitional stages of life including those who are adjusting to college and new parents.

In this episode, they talked about Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Parent Management Training.

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  • How being a therapist changed her life

  • On the work she’s doing

  • The interventions she uses in her focus

  • Cognitive behavioral therapy

  • Helping parents deal with threats/stress

  • Parent management training

  • Parent-child interaction therapy

  • Dialectical behavior therapy

  • Phrase she finds herself repeating all the time

  • The concept of dialectic

  • Information she wishes people knew earlier

  • On self-compassion

  • How her work differs from traditional psychotherapy

  • Books she reads

  • Her growing edges

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