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The relationship between client and therapist is paramount to growth and transformation. In the therapeutic process each participant - client and therapist - deepens their relationship to the meaning of their lives, to the larger whole, and to the mystery of the unknown. It is a process of soul making. 

Curriculum Vitae

Barbara Friedman, Ph.D.

Chicago, Illinois 

 

216-780-8386 · bfriedman14@gmail.com 

 

 

LICENSES AND CERTIFICATES

 

Diplomate: Analytic Psychology

The Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts

 

Clinical Psychologist:

Illinois #017.007757  

 

Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor, #83878

 

International Certification for Alcohol and Drug Counseling, #7194

 

Registered Yoga Teacher, The Yoga Alliance, #8077

 

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

Psychologist & Jungian Analyst, Private Practice 

Barbara Friedman Ph.D. Inc

Chicago, Illinois

 

Consulting Psychologist 

Woman’s General Hospital

Chemical Dependency Treatment Center

New Directions INC Alcohol Treatment Center

 

Executive Director

Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse

City of Cleveland Department of Health

 

Mental Health Coordinator

Thomas McCafferty Health Center

City of Cleveland Department of Health

 

School Psychologist

Geauga County Board Of Education

 

Assistant Director of Counseling

Preterm Cleveland

 

Coordinator of Woman’s Counseling Services

The Free Medical Clinic of Greater Cleveland

 

 

UNIVERSITY TRAINING

 

Doctor of Philosophy, Educational Psychology, 1979

Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio

 

Master of Arts, Educational Psychology, 1974

John Carroll University, Cleveland, Ohio

  

Bachelor of Science, American Studies, 1967

Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio

 

POST GRADUATE TRAINING

 

Analytic Diplomate, 1994-2001

The Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts

The Institue for Mediation and Psychotherapy

Cambridge Health Alliance, Harvard Medical School

The Center for Mindfulness and Compassion 

Cambridge Health Alliance, Harvard Medical School

Registered Yoga Teacher, The Yoga Alliance, 2002

Ursuline College Yoga Teacher Training Program, R.Y.T. for Life

 

The Gestalt Institute of Cleveland

Family and Couples, Working with Intimate Systems, 1982-83

Three-Year Post Graduate Training Program, 1975-78

 

 

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

 

C G Jung Institute of Chicago 

 

The Inter Regional Society of Jungian Analysts

 

International Association for Jungian Psychology

 

The Yoga Alliance

 

 

COMMUNITY SERVICE

 

C G Jung Institute of Chicago

President 

 

The Inter Regional Society for Jungian Analysts

Training Committee 

 

The C.G. Jung Educational Center Of Cleveland

Board of Directors and Founding Member

 

Cuyahoga County Drug Abuse Services Board

 

 

MAJOR PUBLICATIONS

 

Partners in Healing: Redistributing The Power in the

Counselor Client Relationship

Resource Publications, San Jose, California, 1992

 

The Controlling Bitch

Thesis: The Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts, 1999

 

 

PROFESSIONAL TEACHING POSITIONS

 

Teaching faculty

The C G Jung Institute of Chicago

 

Adjunct Professor

Ursuline College Department of Art Therapy Counseling

 

Guest Lecturer

Case Western Reserve University

 

One-Year Course on Basic Jungian Concepts

Jung Center Cleveland

 

Two-Year Class on the Connection of Major Eastern Spiritual Paths and Western Mythology

Jung Center Cleveland

 

 

CURRENT WORSHOPS AND TALKS

Dr. Friedman has present workshops and lectures around the country on these topics. 

 

Connecting the Paths: Yoga Philosophy, Asana Practice, and Spiritual Psychology

Engaging: The Consciousness of Change

 

The Controlling Bitch

 

A Look at Feminism Post Jung

 

Power in the Therapeutic Relationship

An Experiential Seminar on Jungian Dream Work

 

The Feminine in Myth and Fairy Tale: A Jungian Exploration of the Psychology of Women

 

Barbara Friedman, Ph.D.

233 East Erie Street #709

Chicago, Illinois 60611