Levin Schwartz, LICSW is a licensed independent clinical social worker, whose primary training occurred at Smith College’s MSW program and at the Veterans Administration on the Specialized Inpatient PTSD Unit. Levin currently holds multiple positions in the greater community of Western Massachusetts. Levin is the Assistant Deputy Superintendent of Clinical & Reentry Services at the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office; a member of the MPTC; a consultant to the Greenfield District Court’s Drug Court; an adjunct professor at Westfield State University; and sits on a number of boards including the Human Services Program Advisory Board at Greenfield Community College; Department of Mental Health Site Board; Transitions from Jail to Community Core Task Force and Mental Health & Law Enforcement Board of Franklin County.
Levin is a cognitive behavioral therapist who has worked with a variety of client populations including: combat veterans, uniformed first responders, forensic populations, drug courts, couples, families, adolescents, and children. Levin specializes in providing Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT); in addition he has extensive experience in large scale program implementation and evaluation.