Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology — University of Nebraska
Predoctoral Intern — McLean Hospital, Harvard Medical School
B.A. — Wesleyan University
Dr. Friedman's clinical practice includes existential and humanistic approaches to psychotherapy.
Dr. Friedman is the former director of training at The Family Institute and is a founding board member and the treasurer of The Kedzie Center — a community mental health center — in Chicago. He is also the former director of Ambulatory Care and assistant director of Psychology at Four Winds Hospital/Rock Creek Center; director of Rehabilitation Program (psychiatry) of Extended Ambulatory Care at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, and board member of The Illinois Group Psychotherapy Society. He is a lifetime member of the American Psychological Association.
Pinsof, W. M., Zinbarg, R. E., Lebow, J. L., Knobloch-Fedders, L. M., Durbin, E., Chambers, A., Latta, T., Karam, E., Goldsmith, J. & Friedman, G. (2009) Laying the foundation for progress research in family, couple, and individual therapy: The development and psychometric features of the initial systemic therapy inventory of change. In Psychotherapy Research. 19, 2, p. 143-156 14 p.