Harry Bakow, Ph.D.

35 Bedford St. Suite  7, Lexington, MA 02420



I am a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice in Lexington, Massachusetts.  I enjoy working with children, adolescents, and adults that are facing a variety of challenges, including ADD/ADHD, pain management, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), autism, depression and anxiety. My specialty is applying cutting edge neurotherapy interventions as well as more traditional psychotherapy tool.

I earned my Bachelor of Arts from Villanova University and my Doctor of Philosophy in  Psychology from the University of Rochester.   I served as a pre-doctoral intern in Psychology at Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts, and as a post-doctoral intern in Clinical Psychology in a joint program with the Judge Baker Guidance Center/Harvard Medical School and Children’s Hospital Medical Center. After my clinical training, I served for many years as a staff psychologist in positions at Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Harvard Community Health Plan (Cambridge), and Cambridge City Hospital.   

In my academic career, I was a Lecturer in the Department of Psychology, University College at the University of Rochester.  Later, I was a Clinical Fellow and Lecturer in Clinical Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School.  I have done extensive research and written a number of papers that have been published in psychology journals and presented at professional conferences.  

It was my honor to have served as Vice President with the Board of Directors at the Cambridge Mental Health Association and as a clinical consultant at Lexington High School, Lexington, Ma.; Winchester High School, Winchester, MA.; and Diamond Middle School, Lexington, Ma. . Most recently, I served as  a staff psychologist with Project Child in Beverly, Massachusetts.

Currently, I am a Member of the American Psychological Association; an Affiliate Member of EEG Education and Research, Inc. in Granada Hills, California; an affiliate Member of OchsLabs (LENS) in Sebastopol, California; and a member of the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research.

My many years as a practicing psychologist have allowed me to continually add to the depth and breadth of my clinical skills by staying abreast of the latest technology and treatment techniques. Combining my solid foundation of traditional clinical skills with my ongoing study and use of neurotherapeutic methods enables me to help my clients to achieve their greatest personal potential. I gain great professional and personal satisfaction in helping the individuals I see to heal from life-long physical or psychological symptoms, and go on to lead productive and fulfilling lives.