Dr. Friedman obtained his doctorate in clinical psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, with a special emphasis on children and adolescents. Dr. Friedman provides individual and family psychotherapy, in addition to conducting psychological assessments. He has experience working with children, adolescents, young/emerging adults, adults, and families in a range of settings, such as private practices, community mental health centers, hospitals, residential treatment centers, and therapeutic day schools.
Dr. Friedman’s clinical focus includes anxiety, depression, life transitions, school issues, job satisfaction, attentional challenges, self-esteem, peer relationships, social skills, mindfulness, and family conflict. His areas of special interests are emotional and behavioral challenges, identity development, and relationship issues. Dr. Friedman takes an empathic, non-judgmental, creative, and relational approach to help clients and their families better understand and more successfully navigate the challenges they experience.