Johns Hopkins Teaching & More

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Psychotherapy supervision: dealing with silence

I received this question about psychotherapy supervision from one of my Johns Hopkins graduate students. "In psychotherapy supervision,...
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The psychotherapist is late

Following a column on why patients are late, one of our Johns Hopkins students wrote to me asking,...
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Psychology Majors: How to Participate in Class

"How to participate in psychology classes," was previously published on my Carnegie Mellon blog; it is updated and...
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Building a psychotherapy practice

Originally, I developed this blog for my on "Building a psychotherapy practice," for my Johns Hopkins graduate students...
Technology is Changing the Face of Independent Schools

Technology is Changing the Face of Independent Schools

Technology is Changing the Face of Independent Schools, says Ian Jukes, at the National Association of Independent Schools...
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Psychology majors getting to know faculty

For psychology majors getting to know faculty isn't easy.  This is especially true if you attend a large...
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Good scores on the GRE

This post, Good scores on the GRE, was previously published on my Carnegie Mellon blog. It's been updated...

Setting fees in psychotherapy

Setting fees in psychotherapy in the Greater Washington DC area Setting fees in psychotherapy is, for the novitiate,...
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Countertransference to psychotherapy patients who come late

"Countertransference to psychotherapy patients who come late",  was previously published on Dr. Lynn Friedman's blog for her Johns...
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Tripartite model for building a psychotherapy practice

"Dr. Lynn Friedman's tripartite model for building a psychotherapy practice." This post has been edited and  republished from...

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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.