Psychology-careers-graduate-school: Developing your clinical skills

Washington DC psychologist, psychoanalyst, Dr. Lynn Friedman's developed these blog posts Johns Hopkins graduate graduate students.

However, she soon began to hear from graduate students and physicians in an array of mental health disciplines (psychology, social work, counseling and psychiatry). Here are her answers to some of the questions that they asked.

How can I prepare myself for private practice by Dr. Lynn Friedman, Psychologist, Psychoanalyst

A tripartite model of private practice development

Developing self-awareness by Dr. Lynn Friedman, Psychologist, Psychoanalyst

Self-awareness leads to better clinical work, January 3, 2010

What is psychotherapy?

What is psychoanalysis? And, what are the benefits of it?

Finding a Good Psychotherapist or Psychoanalyst, January 6, 2010, Washington DC

Readings for graduate students in counseling, psychology, social work and for psychiatry residents

Establishing the therapeutic frame by Dr. Lynn Friedman, Psychologist, Psychoanalyst

Developing the therapeutic frame, January 25, 2010

Lateness and "no shows" in the clinical hour, January 27, 2010, Washington DC

What is countertransference?: Two meanings, January 28, 2010

The clinician's countertransference to the patient who comes late or does not show, January 29, 2010

When the therapist comes late, January 29, 2010

Understanding the patient who comes late, February 1, 2010, Washington DC

Dealing with Silence in a Clinical Setting, January 7, 2010, Washington DC

Read more about these concerns and building a private practice in the private practice section of this blog

Seeking a consultation with Washington DC psychologist Dr. Friedman? Feel free to give her a call at: 301.656.9650

5480 Wisconsin Avenue, Chevy Chase, MD, 20815
(1/2 block from the redline, Friendship Heights Metro)


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