Randall O’Toole, MSW, LICSW

Randall O'Toole

Randall is a licensed clinical social worker in the states of Virginia, Maryland, and DC with 20 years of experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families in a clinical setting.  Randall is a graduate of the Catholic University of America’s National Catholic School of Social Service.  He has also completed advanced certificate training programs at the Washington School of Psychiatry in Clinical Social Work with Children and Adolescents as well as Clinical Supervision.

In addition to his active private practice, Randall is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor at the National Catholic School of Social Service.  Randall develops and teaches classes in the MSW graduate program to include: Family Therapy, Working with Adolescents, Attachment Theory and Neurobiology, Clinical Impact of Trauma, and Psychodynamic Theory.  He has previously served as an adjunct professor in the Master’s of Social Work Programs at both the Catholic University of America and George Mason University.  In addition, Randall has recently joined the Washington School of Psychiatry’s Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy Program as a faculty member.

Randall’s private practice specializes in work with children, adolescents, and families.  He has a particular interest in involving parents and families in the treatment process.  He has a great deal of experience working with adoption, foster care, and other issues related to family trauma and disruption.  Randall was previously the Director of Clinical Services and Training at the Adolescent and Family Growth Center, a treatment foster care agency, where he focused on developing and implementing effective interventions for children and families as well as actively training staff.  Randall is an active clinical supervisor, supervising new therapists in the field toward clinical licensure. FULL CREDENTIALS