Wendy Lang is a therapist in marriage and family. She deals mostly with children, especially these who are passing through their adolescence years. She talks to them in different settings, in the office, school and home. Children may be acting the same to parents but to Wendy Lang, they want to fulfill some needs that are yet to be met. Since the children will not be willing to talk about their own problems as adults, Wendy Lang will use arts and play like a way to mediate and to assist them to express themselves in a free manner.

Wendy Lang helps children who feel depressed, anxious or stressed out child. Parents who contact her are these who feel as if there is something wrong with the way their children behave and they want a help.

According to her biography, Wendy Lang studied at University of Southern California and graduated there in 2004. She is married to Cenk Kadir Uygur. They are parents to two children, a son born in the year 2010 while their daughter was born in the year 2012. However, the date or year of their wedding had not been disclosed.

Cenk Kadir Uygur is a political commentator, columnist and businessman. He is a co-founder and a main host of The Young Turks. It is American progressive and liberal social and political commentary program. Before his career like a commentator, he was working like Attorney in New York City and Washington D.C. When he was still a young man, he took up conservative view and criticizes feminism, affirmative action and abortion.

Cenk Kadir Uygur was a host of TYT and he appeared at MSBNBC where he was a political commentator. Since 2011, he was the host of weeknight commentary show at the network when he was replacing Al Sharpton. When he left MSNBC, he started to work at weeknight commentary show at Current TV and it was airing since 2011 until 2013.

Cenk Kadir Uygur was born in the city of Istanbul in the country of Turkey. He emigrated to USA when he was 8 years old. He spent some years in the East Brunswick in New Jersey. He graduated in East Brunswick High School. He grew up as a Muslim but afterwards he became agnostic but he says that he is atheist. Together with Ayaan Hirsi Ali, he accepted an Emperor Has No Clothes Award given by Freedom from Religion Foundation. Afterwards, he got the Humanist Media Award given by American Humanist Association.

Cenk Kadir Uygur had written The Daily Pennsylvanian where he expressed his opinion on Armenians’ Genocide during the end of Ottoman Empire. He said it was not genocide but this is a view that he changed afterwards and said that he has not enough knowledge for commenting on genocide. His net worth is 3.5 million dollars. Cenk Kadir Uygur has no instagram account but his twitter is @cenkuygur.