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  • To teach or not to teach: Finding an internship
  • Teaching high school without certification
  • Resources, jobs and internships - to teach without certification
  • Tips on organizational dynamics in independent schools
    The columns below, by Dr. Lynn Friedman, have been published on the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS)
  • Reactions to September 11th in the Independent School: An Inadvertent Tool for Organizational Assessment
  • Organizational Change in the Independent School: Promise or Peril
  • Faculty Professional Development: A Primer for School Leaders
  • First Families: A Toolkit for Trustees This practical guide, designed for trustees, incoming heads and the "first family", describes the transition process for the head and "the first family", providing helpful suggestions to ensure a smooth transition.

    The column below, by Dr. Lynn Friedman, has been published on the Washington Post interactive site.
  • Teaching without certification
    More of Dr. Lynn Friedman's columns
  • Teaching in the Independent School without Living in a state of Penury: Establishing a Lucrative Side Business
  • Obtaining an Adjunct University Faculty Position while teaching in an Independent School
  • The Developmental Milestones of the Middle School Years
  • Connect with Dr. Lynn Friedman

    Dr. Lynn Friedman works with professionals and professionals-in-the-making to help them to achieve work-life satisfaction
  • Is your career off-track? Is your job getting you down? Do you find it impossible to follow through on the suggestions of career books and coaches? Download Dr. Lynn Friedman's pdf file examining the kinds of help that might be useful.
  • Would you like to talk to Dr. Lynn Friedman about your work-life concerns? Feel free to give her a call at: 301-656-9650 Address: 5480 Wisconsin Avenue, Chevy Chase, Maryland 20815.
  • Understand your companies organizational dynamics. Read Dr. Lynn Friedman's, monthly, Washington Business Journal Column, Corporations on the Couch.
  • For your questions about relationships, psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, check out Dr. Lynn Friedman's new blog and website, The Washington Psychoanalyst.
  • Lynn Friedman, Ph.D. 5480 Wisconsin Avenue, Chevy Chase, MD, 20815 (301)656-9650

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