Dr. Lynn Friedman, Clinical Psychologist, Psychoanalyst, Bio
Dr. Lynn Friedman, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist, psychoanalyst in
full-time private practice in Chevy Chase, Maryland,
1/2 block from Washington, DC, (Friendship Heights metro, redline). She
psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. She works with individuals and couples. Her subspecialties are in
relationships, work-life concerns, anxiety & depression.
If you are interested in seeking a consultation and/or working with
her, feel free to give her a call at: 301.656.9650.
She works with individuals with the following difficulties:
An experienced clinician, Dr. Lynn Friedman is on the faculty of Johns
, in the Clinical Counseling program and in the
Organizational Development/HRM program in the School of Business. She
teaches psychodynamic theory & therapy and organizational
consultation. Also, she is on the faculty at the Washington
. In this arena she teaches clinical
technique, pathological formations & clinical writing. Also, she is
a Guest Lecturer at the Baltimore Washington Institute. From
1986 to 1999, she taught at Carnegie
and practiced in Pittsburgh.
Dr. Lynn Friedman provides ongoing consultation to psychologists,
psychoanalysts, counselors & other mental health professionals.
Also, she works with career coaches who are attempting to learn more
about the interface between psychological & career concerns.
Psychotherapists or coaches seeking consultation and/or supervision are
welcome to call her at: 301.656.9650.
Dr. Friedman has a special interest in writng for the popular
media. She has written numerous articles for the
. Her Washington Business
Journal Column, Corporations on the Couch
Johns Hopkins University, (Adjunct Faculty), 1999 - current
Carnegie Mellon University, (Adjunct Faculty), 1986 - 1999
Washington Psychoanalytic Institute (Faculty) 2005-current
Baltimore-Washington Center for Psychoanalysis (Guest lecturer) 2006-current
Washington Psychoanalytic Institute (Graduate Psychoanalyst)
University of Pittsburgh, Ph.D. in Psychology (Clinical), 1985
- NIMH Predoctoral fellow
- Provost's Development Fund Fellowship
- Teaching Fellow
Clark University, B.A., magna cum laude, 1977
Earlham College (1973-1975)
Sandy Spring Friends School (1970-1973)
(1/2 block from the redline, Friendship Heights Metro)