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Job hunting Tips for Professionals and Professionals-in-the-making
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  • Gaining Entry into any Setting (by Dr. Lynn Friedman, psychologist, psychoanalyst, work-life consultant)
  • Creating Your Pitch (by Dr. Lynn Friedman, psychologist, psychoanalyst, work-life consultant)
  • Finding a Job Without Experience: Six Strategies to Consider (by Dr. Lynn Friedman, psychologist, psychoanalyst, work-life consultant)
  • Networking the Systematic Way (by Dr. Lynn Friedman, psychologist, psychoanalyst, work-life consultant)
  • Looking forward to Graduation?
    Here are some steps you can take to fast track your job search
  • Before you get your Diploma: Laying the Ground work for your Job Search (by Dr. Lynn Friedman, psychologist, psychoanalyst, work-life consultant)
  • Time to Hit the Pavement - How to Approach the Job Search (by Dr. Lynn Friedman, psychologist, psychoanalyst, work-life consultant)
  • Rejection Letter Overload (by Dr. Lynn Friedman, psychologist, psychoanalyst, work-life consultant)
  • They Like Me, They really Like Me: Interviewing and Negotiating: Realistic Expectations for a First Job (by Dr. Lynn Friedman, psychologist, psychoanalyst, work-life consultant)
  • Let's Get Things Started: How to Start a Job on the Right Foot (by Dr. Lynn Friedman, psychologist, psychoanalyst, work-life consultant)
  • More tips for Job Hunters
  • How to meet and talk to (nearly) anyone (by Dr. Lynn Friedman, psychologist, psychoanalyst, work-life consultant)
  • Networking for a professional position the quick fix way (by Dr. Lynn Friedman, psychologist, psychoanalyst, work-life consultant)
  • Networking at a distance by (by Dr. Lynn Friedman, psychologist, psychoanalyst, work-life consultant)
  • Putting yourself through college in style (by Dr. Lynn Friedman, psychologist, psychoanalyst, work-life consultant)
  • Obtaining a part-time position teaching at a university (by Dr. Lynn Friedman, psychologist, psychoanalyst, work-life consultant)
  • Obtaining a competitive graduate school slot when you are relocating as a couple (by Dr. Lynn Friedman, psychologist, psychoanalyst, work-life consultant)
  • Connect with Dr. Lynn Friedman
    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 Dr. Lynn Friedman's article examining the kinds of help that 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
  • Corporations on the Couch Read Dr. Lynn Friedman's monthly, Washington Business Journal, column on understanding workplace dynamics.
  • For your questions about relationships, psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, check out Dr. Lynn Friedman's new website, The Washington Psychoanalyst.
  • Lynn Friedman, Ph.D. 5480 Wisconsin Avenue, Chevy Chase, MD, 20815 (301)656-9650



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