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Are you trying to figure out how to design a satisfying work-life?

These articles, written by Washington, DC, psychologist and work-life consultant, Dr. Lynn Friedman, detail how to identify and pursue your career and life goals

Click here to check out Dr. Lynn Friedman's new website, with more comprehensive information on work-life, psychology, psychotherapy and psychoanalysis.

Dr. Lynn Friedman: Psychologist, Psychoanalyst


  • Achieve work-life balance (You are going to the Washington Post site)
  • Part I: Envision your work-life goals (a.k.a. choosing a career)
  • Part II: Do you know your dream job or work - but, find yourself unable to formulate a plan for pursuing it? Consider these steps
  • Part III: Do you have a well-developed plan for pursuing your career goals but find that you can not seem to galvanize yourself to get started. (For example, do you end up getting distracted and wasting your days.)
  • Career goals and psychotherapy
  • Choosing a career
  • Career builder: successful strategies for growing your career
  • Psychotherapy-career-coaching: Dealing with a Career Conundrum?
  • Are you a corporate leader who loves your job - but, is troubled by dissension among the ranks? Would you like to take steps to build a healthy workplace? (Previously published in the Washington Business Journal.)
  • Fear of Commitment: If I want to be partnered, why am I still single? (Previously published in Washingtonjobs a subsidiary of the Washington Post.)
  • Can you see a relationship between your career difficulties and other difficulties in your life. (For example, you have trouble making commitments in relationships and trouble making commitments to career goals.)
  • Does your work/career situation leave you depressed or anxious. (Previously published on the DC Web Women website.)
  • Using the buttons on the left and the buttons on the top, explore the topics that interest you.


    Identify and pursue your work-life goals: A five part series

    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.


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