About Dr. Lynn Friedman, Clinical Psychologist, Psychoanalyst
Address: 5480 Wisconsin Avenue, Chevy Chase, Maryland 20815
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Phone: (301) 656-9650
Dr. Lynn Friedman, Ph.D. is a Washington DC based (Friendship Heights, 1/2 block from the metro) clinical psychologist, psychoanalyst.
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She has subspecialties in: anxiety, depression, relationships, marriage counselingwork-life (career) and organizational consultation, who practices in Chevy Chase, Maryland. She is on the associate faculty at Johns Hopkins University where she teaches psychoanalytic psychotherapy and building a caring private psychotherapy practice.
In her clinical practice, she provides psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. She works with individuals with a range of difficulties, including: anxiety
relationships, such as problems with intimacy and commitment
conflicts about success
difficulties with self-assertion
couple's and family conflicts
difficulties with attachment
people who are uncertain about their work-life goals.
She is particularly interested in how these struggles manifest themselves in the workplace. She welcomes calls from prospective patients who would like to make an appointment. In the clinical arena, she can be helpful in a number of ways:
For those who are seeking psychotherapy or psychoanalysis, she welcomes your calls.
Also, she is happy to provide consultation to those who are trying to assess whether psychotherapy or psychoanalysis might be of help to them. And, if so, what kind of treatment might be most useful - and, to help them to find someone who might be a good fit. For those who are interested in treatment but who require a sliding scale referral (reduced fee), she will do her best to help them find a clinician who is willing to work with them at a fee that they can afford.
An experienced clinician, she provides ongoing consultation and supervision to therapists and career counselors. She welcomes calls from licensed professionals who are seeking clinical consultation and/or clinical supervision.
Dr. Friedman's historical and current affiliations
Education and Academic Affiliations
Johns Hopkins University, (Adjunct Faculty), 1999 - current
Carnegie Mellon University, (Adjunct Faculty), 1986 - 1999
University of Pittsburgh, NIMH Predoctoral Fellow, Ph.D., 1985
Clark University, B.A., magna cum laude, 1977
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Dr. Lynn Friedman works with professionals and professionals-in-the-making to help them to achieve their work-life goals.
Is your career off-track? Are you unhappy at work? Do you find it impossible to follow through on the suggestions of career books and coaches? Read about what sort of career help might be useful.
If you'd like to schedule an appointment with Dr. Lynn Friedman, feel free to give her a call at: 301-656-9650
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