Building a Psychotherapy Practice ~ Washington DC

September 8, 2017 – 3:00 – 4:30

Join Dr. Lynn Friedman for a small group discussion of the trials and tribulations of building a psychotherapy practice. Are you:

  • a recent graduate who is considering private practice?
  • an experienced clinician who is thinking about leaving the university & going out on your own?
  • a newer clinician considering leaving agency work and branching out into private practice?
  • a clinician looking to expand a part-time, private practice?
  • a psychotherapist working in an agency who wants to build a part-time, private practice?
  • a newly licensed clinician who is building a private practice?
  • an experienced clinician who is new in town?
  • a veteran practitioner who is looking to grow their practice?

If so,  you are invited to join a discussion of the clinical and pragmatic aspects of building a private practice. Come join us. Meet your colleagues.

Clinicians meet to discuss building a psychotherapy practice

Psychotherapists in Washington DC meet to discuss starting a psychotherapy practice

Where: Lynn Friedman’s office, 5480 Wisconsin Ave, Suite 206, Chevy Chase, MD

Metro: One block from the Friendship Heights, metro (red line) Washington, DC border

Date: Friday, September 8, 2017

Time: 3:00 – 4:30

Number of participants: Space is limited to 8 clinicians

Fee: Free

Sign up: To register, sign up, on eventbrite: building a psychotherapy practice

About Lynn Friedman, Ph.D.

I am a Clinical Psychologist, a Training and Supervising Psychoanalyst and a Master Career Counselor (MCC)  in full-time, private practice on the border of Washington, DC. In Chevy Chase, MD. I teach, “How to build a successful private practice” and “Psychodynamic Psychotherapy” at Johns Hopkins University. In addition to providing psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, I provide supervision and consultation to psychoanalytic candidates and mental health professionals. I work with licensed, mental health professionals from all disciplines. Also, I supervise unlicensed, psychologists and counselors. Calls are welcome: 301.656.9650.

My Johns Hopkins blog is devoted to building a psychotherapy practice. Building a psychotherapy practice ~ Washington DC


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