Dr. Lilli Friedland is a highly respected clinical and forensic psychologist. Nationally, she is a sought after expert in individual and interpersonal psychology, conflict management, decision-making, building emotional competencies, family and parenting, workplace difficulties, harassment, impact of new technologies, and abuse.
Media and organizations consult with her as an expert on these and other subjects. Dr. Friedland has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Harvard Business Review, Los Angeles Times, Time Magazine and other national publications. She has made over two hundred national and local TV and radio appearances.
Dr. Friedland is a board-certified psychologist by the American Board of Professional Psychology.
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Respect and confidence in Dr. Friedland's abilities has been demonstrated by the honors and elections she has received from her colleagues and the community. The Los Angeles County Psychological Association honored Dr. Friedland by presenting her with the Distinguished Psychologist Award. She has been honored by the LA County Board of Supervisors for distinguished services in Developmental Disabilities and by the Los Angeles County Narcotics and Dangerous Commission for significant services in Drug and Alcohol Abuse.
Appointed by the Governor, Dr. Friedland served on the California Board of Psychology (state licensing board for psychologists). She was also a past-president of the Los Angeles County Psychological Association (LACPA) and served on its board of directors for more than 20 years.
Dr. Friedland was also appointed by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors to the Los Angeles County Developmental Disabilities Area Board X. Afterwards, she was elected chair of its Research Committee and subsequently, Chair of the Board.
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Professional Papers, Articles and Books
2013, Kirby, William C., Trachtman, Les, & Friedland, Lilli, "The Ex-Ceo Contemplates A Coup" (HBR Case Commentary) Harvard Business Review, June issue.
2013, Friedland, Lilli & Kaslow, Florence "Guide to Interacting with the Media" in Koocher, G.P., Norcross, J.C., & Hills, S.S. (Eds.) Psychologists' Desk Reference (3rd Edition). New York, Oxford University Press.
2008, Backer, Tom & Friedland, Lilli, Donor Advisors and Philantropic Strategies, Hewlitt Foundation.
1999, "Preface" and "The Pioneers of Media Psychology," Perspectives on Psychology and the Media in Sam and Diana Kirschner (Eds.) APA Press.
1994, Workplace Harassment in Innovations in Clinical Practice: A Source Book, Vol. 13, Professional Resource Press.
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