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Overcoming roadblocks to career change ~ Washington DC

Learn about how to overcome roadblocks to career change. Whether you are seeking increased workplace satisfaction, yourself, or you wish to help a loved one, these reading may be useful to you.

Washington DC Career, Psychologist and Psychoanalyst, Dr. Lynn Friedman’s articles on roadblocks to career change

  1. Analyze this: My job, my life and why I’m not thrilled, Washington Business Journal
  2. Understanding the role of transference in career counseling, Career Convergence, National Career Development Association
  3. Understanding the role of unconscious conflict in career counseling, Career Convergence, National Career Development Association
  4. Psychoanalytic Career Assessment, Previously published in the Baltimore Washington Psychoanalytic Institute Newsletter in June 2009. It is republished, here, with permission.
  5. What is psychodynamic career assessment?

Additional Readings on achieving work-life goals

  1. What color is your Parachute by Richard Bolles
  2. Wishcraft by Barbara Sher

 

 

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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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