Building a psychotherapy practice

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Originally, I developed this blog for my on “Building a psychotherapy practice,” for my Johns Hopkins graduate students in my courses in psychodynamic psychotherapy and building a successful private psychotherapy practice.  However, I began hearing from psychiatrists, psychologists, counselors and social workers with questions. Here are answers to some of the questions that they asked.

How can I prepare myself for private practice

Establishing the therapeutic frame

I am a clinical psychologist and a Training and Supervising Analyst. I provide psychotherapy supervision to licensed psychologists, psychiatrists, counselors and social workers. Beyond this, I supervise psychoanalysis for psychoanalysts-in-training and graduate in training. If you are interested in working with me, feel free to call: 301.656.9650.

Dr. Lynn Friedman

Dr. Lynn Friedman, Ph.D., FABP, is a Clinical Psychologist, a Supervising and Training Analyst, and a Clinical Supervisor in full-time, private practice. She provides evaluation, psychotherapy and psychoanalysis as well as supervision to psychoanalysts-in-training and other mental health professionals. Beyond this, she is a board certified, psychoanalyst who teaches at Johns Hopkins University and the Washington Baltimore Center for Psychoanalysis.

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: 301.656.9650. Here's what happens when you call for psychotherapy or psychoanalysis.