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Psychotherapy or Career Counseling

"Career counseling vs psychotherapy", was previously published in Washingtonjobs.com, a subsidiary of the Washington Post. Washington DC Psychologist...
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Signs of marriage trouble

What are the warning signs of marriage trouble or marital discord?  Previous articles described the kinds of difficulties...
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Why do people self-sabotage?

The column below, Why do people self-sabotage, by Dr. Lynn Friedman, was originally published on the DC Web...
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Helpful readings for refining psychotherapy skills

In her Johns Hopkins blog, Washington DC psychologist, psychoanalyst, Dr. Lynn Friedman recommended these helpful readings for refining...
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Offer workshops to establish your psychotherapy practice

"Offer workshops to establish your psychotherapy practice", Washington DC psychologist, psychoanalyst, Dr. Lynn Friedman's blog for her Johns...
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Helpful readings for refining psychotherapy skills

In her Johns Hopkins blog, Washington DC psychologist, psychoanalyst, Dr. Lynn Friedman recommended these helpful readings for refining...
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Identifying your theoretical approach to psychotherapy

This article, "Identifying your theoretical approach to psychotherapy", was previously published in my Johns Hopkins blog about private...
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Countertransference – What is it?

This post, What is countertransference, was previously published on Dr. Lynn Friedman's blog for her Johns Hopkins graduate...
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To teach or not to teach: finding a teaching internship

This article, To teach or not to teach: finding a teaching internship, was previously published in the Washington...
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How to become an adjunct faculty member

This column, "How to become an adjunct faculty member" was previously published in Dr. Lynn Friedman's Carnegie Mellon...

I'm interested in exploring a consultation with you, what's my next step?

I am providing online psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, clinical consultation, supervision & career counseling. I am eager to return to the office as soon as it feels safe to do so. If you are seeking consultation from a Psychologist in DC, feel free to call me: 240.483.3530. Here's what happens when you call for psychotherapy or psychoanalysis.