Mark Langlet is a licensed clinical social worker in Charlottesville and adjacent counties. Since 2007, he has been in private practice, doing psychotherapy with a range of individual clients. He also works with at-risk children, adolescents and their families through referrals from the Department of Social Services and other government agencies. For his DSS and Medicaid clients, he provides intensive in-home social work services, family systems therapy, marriage and couples counseling, and anger management counseling. Before entering private practice, he worked for several years for the Charlottesville League of Therapists and for Region Ten, where he provided intensive outpatient therapy and ran group counseling sessions. He also has taken courses in the mediation of legal issues relating to domestic relations, child support and child custody. Prior to obtaining his master’s in social work, he taught courses in English literature at Vanderbilt University.
- M.S.W.Virginia Commonwealth University2002
- Ph.D.Columbia University1993
- B.A.Lake Forest College1978
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