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Anger at work
Finding the Roots of Your Office Anger

Eilene Zimmerman interviewed me about about understanding the origins of your office anger.

Sometimes at work, you feel angry or distressed and lose your composure, how can you deal with these feelings in a way that serves your career? I’m cited s saying, it’s important to step back and reflect. However, as we all know, that’s easier said than done. If anger is a problem for you in the workplace, you need to evaluate whether there’s something about this particular workplace or whether you have this difficulty across many workplaces. If the former the case, it may be a sign that it is time to either address the workplaces challenges in someway or to find a setting that is a better fit. However, if the latter is the case, you may decide to consider psychotherapy.

The Wall Street Journal

Dr. Lynn Friedman in the news
Wall Street Journal

Boomers Become Interns to Experience New Jobs

Ann Jeffrey interviewed me on my views on summer internships.

CNN

Dr. Lynn Friedman in the news
CNN

Tips to reclaim elusive free time

Thom Patterson of CNN, interviewed me on my views on reclaiming free time.

 

Segway inventor reveals ‘toughest question’

Thom Patterson of CNN, interviewed me on  the relationship between an entrepreneurs personality and his business.

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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.

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