Supervision & Teaching – Washington DC – 2017
Supervision & Teaching can be useful to clinicians at all stages their professional development. Those interested in working with me are welcome to call: 301.656.9650. Please note: Although I am licensed in both Maryland and Washington, DC, my office is right on the border in Chevy Chase, Maryland.
I supervise psychotherapists at all phases of their professional journey, ranging from beginners interested in deepening their clinical skills and launching their practices as well as those with significant clinical experience who wish to develop greater proficiency in case conceptualization and psychoanalytic technique. Here are some of the kinds of people I supervise:
- psychoanalytic candidates seeking supervision on patients in psychoanalysis.
- experienced clinicians in the psychoanalytic studies program (PSP).
- individual, clinical supervision (more accurately known as “consultation”) for licensed psychotherapists.
- group, clinical supervision (aka consultation) for licensed psychotherapists.
- individual supervision for doctoral level psychologists seeking licensure.
- group supervision for doctoral level psychologists seeking licensure.
- individual supervision for masters level counselors seeking licensure.
- group supervision for masters level counselors seeking licensure.
My recent teaching activities, involve:
- Teaching Johns Hopkins University mental health counseling graduate students.
- Teaching psychoanalytic candidates at the Washington Psychoanalytic Institute.
- Co-chairing the Psychoanalytic Fellowship Program at the Washington Center for Psychoanalysis.
Each will be addressed in turn.
Johns Hopkins Teaching
I have been teaching at Johns Hopkins University since 1999 in both the mental health counseling program in the School of Education and in the Organizational Development/HRM program in the School of Business. Prior to that, I taught at Carnegie Mellon University in the Department of Psychology and served as an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Evaluation, Policy and Planning in the Heinz School of Public Policy and Management.
In the context of this teaching, I have developed a blog on how to build a successful, caring, ethical psychotherapy practice. It contains information about the psychotherapy frame and practice development.
Johns Hopkins Mental health counseling program
- Psychodynamic Theory and Therapy
- Introduction to Psychodynamic Counseling
- Object Relations Theory
- Building a private psychotherapy practice
- Seminar in Career Counseling
- Career Coaching: Innovative Career Counseling Practices
Johns Hopkins Organizational Development/HRM – Carey School of Business
- Organizational case consultation
- Career and organizational coaching
- Needs assessment
Prior to teaching at Johns Hopkins, I taught at Carnegie Mellon University
Department of Psychology
- Abnormal Psychology
- Advanced Seminar in Intervention
- Undergraduate Research Internship in Clinical Psychology
- Undergraduate Internship in Clinical Psychology
- Personality Theory
- Introduction to Clinical Psychology
Heinz School of Public Policy & Management (formerly SUPA)
- Program Evaluation for Educational Leaders (for School Principals)
- Program Evaluation
Washington Psychoanalytic Institute Teaching
My psychotherapy supervision blog
Those interested in learning more about my thinking about psychotherapy supervision, practice development and undergraduate preparation may wish to check out my psychotherapy and private practice blog.
More about me
I am a Supervising Analyst at the Washington Psychoanalytic Institute. Also, I am on the Johns Hopkins Faculty.
In addition to providing psychotherapy supervision, I am in full-time, private practice in Chevy Chase, MD, on the Washington DC border. Those seeking: psychotherapy, psychoanalysis and/career counseling and management are welcome to call me.
Supervision & Teaching – 2017 – Dr. Lynn Friedman, Psychoanalyst and Psychologist, Washington, DC (c) 2017