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Diana Langberg

About Diana Langberg

Diana is currently a candidate for her Master’s in Social Work at Smith College School for Social Work. A recent transplant from Boston, she has spent the past six years working in the mental health field in a myriad of capacities. Diana’s approach to counseling is to guide people to see more fully, to show them what they struggle to see, and teach them how to build the skills to advocate for themselves.

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Diana is currently a candidate for her Master’s in Social Work at Smith College School for Social Work. She received her B.A. in Health: Science, Society, and Policy and African and Afro-American Studies from Brandeis University in 2017.

Diana works primarily through the Shalom Bayit domestic violence program at JF&CS, providing therapeutic services including psychotherapy for individuals and groups, co-facilitating a support group for survivors of domestic violence and a support group for those who have experienced divorce.

She believes safety, trust, and authenticity in the therapeutic relationship are elemental forces – fostering a space for change and growth.

A recent transplant from Boston, she has spent the past six years working in the mental health field in a myriad of capacities. Her most recent position held being a Mobile Mental Health Clinician at Advocates Inc. providing in-home counseling, case management, and crisis intervention services for adults living with diagnoses of mental illness that significantly impacted their daily living.

Two years prior, Diana worked at the Center for Early Detection and Response to Risk (CEDAR) Clinic conducting research with Harvard Medical School on interventions for early prevention of psychosis and supported adolescents and young adults after experiencing their first episode of psychosis through the Prevention and Recovery in Early Psychosis (PREP) Program.

Previously, she served as Case Manager at the Community Day Center of Waltham, a day center that supports individuals who have experienced emotional or physical abuse and/or were homeless.

Diana’s approach to counseling is to guide people to see more fully, to show them what they struggle to see, and teach them how to build the skills to advocate for themselves.

Information for Diana
Phone
770-677-9414
Hours
Mondays 11AM-8PM; Tuesdays 9AM-5PM; Wednesdays 9AM-5PM; Thursdays 10AM-6PM