Psychoanalysis & Psychotherapy

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How self-esteem develops

This article, how self-esteem develops, was previously published on Dr. Lynn Friedman's Carnegie Mellon University blog. Self-esteem is...
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Adolescence – Developmental milestones of Middle School

Adolescence: Developmental Milestones of Middle School This article, "Adolescence: Developmental Milestones of the Middle School: A tool kit...
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Attorney’s children may face special challenges

Attorney's children may face special challenges. Why do adult children of highly successful attorneys sometimes have trouble growing...
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Why seek psychoanalysis with a training and supervising analyst?

People ask, why seek psychoanalysis with a Training and Supervising Analyst in Washington DC? Many people, even skilled...

Psychoanalytic research on anxiety disorders

This is a partial list of psychoanalytic research on anxiety disorders. These studies demonstrate the efficacy of psychoanalytic...

Motivating the gifted teenager

Here in Washington, DC, parents and teachers often ask me, "how do I go about motivating the gifted...
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Anxiety and Depression | Washington DC

Washington DC Psychologist, Psychoanalyst, Dr. Lynn Friedman examines anxiety & depression. This article was previously published in her...

Why do people self-sabotage?

The column below, Why do people self-sabotage, by Dr. Lynn Friedman, was originally published on the DC Web...

Failure to launch

Failure to launch - What does it mean when they move home after college? And, what can parents...

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