Greg Friedman is a licensed clinical psychologist and has been a long time supervisor of practicum training at The Family Institute and a lecturer at Northwestern University. He received his PhD from the University of Nebraska in 1979 and served as a Fellow in the Post-Doctoral Training Program in Clinical Psychology at the Menninger Foundation.
Since his work as a Fellow, Dr. Friedman has held numerous positions at leading mental health facilities throughout Chicago. He worked in the Partial Hospital Program at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, and then was the Director of the Rehabilitation Program (Psychiatry), Extended Ambulatory Care, with the Institute of Psychiatry at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. Following these endeavours, he moved to the new Four Winds Hospital, a private first-class psychiatric hospital. There he served as a Clinical Leader, the Director of Psychological Assessment, and Coordinator of Research. More recently he was the Director of Psychology at the Rock Creek Center, the follow on psychiatric hospital to Four Winds, and Director of Research and Training at the Rock Creek Center Foundation.
Dr. Friedman has been a staff therapist at The Family Institute since 1990, has served in several administrative capacities, and is currently the Director of Risk Management. He currently treats adult individuals and couples and families, and adolescents. His research interests include treatment outcomes and client satisfaction. His clinical interests include depression, anxiety, adjustment disorders, personality disorders, and their impact on work and relations with others.
Dr. Friedman treats adult individuals and couples and adolescents. His research interests include treatment outcomes and client satisfaction.