Dr. Jenee Lewis-Walker received a bachelor’s degree from Elizabeth City State University with a double major in Special Education and Psychology. She began her career as a special education teacher in Hampton Roads, VA. However, after finding herself more concerned with the underlying psychological issues that many of her students and their families faced, she pursued and later earned a master's degree in Community and Clinical Psychology from Norfolk State University. Fascinated with the field of psychology, Dr. Walker continued her education at Regent University in Virginia Beach, earning another master's degree from Regent University in Clinical Psychology and eventually a Doctorate Degree in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in Children and Adolescents. Dr. Walker's clinical experience includes working with children, adolescents, and adults from a variety of ethnic, genders, ages, and socioeconomic backgrounds, providing services such as psychological assessment, psychotherapy, and research design. She has worked in a variety of clinical settings such as mental health clinics, residential treatment facilities, detention centers, psychiatric hospitals, and outpatient private practice. Dr. Walker has also worked closely and consulted with local and other state agencies on improving the quality of care of mental health services as well as providing trainings on a variety of subject matters such as cultural awareness, trauma-informed care, and systemic consultation with children and adolescents with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Utilizing biopsychosocial, cognitive-behavioral, and humanistic therapeutic approaches, Dr. Walker has practiced in the private setting for 10+ years. She specializes in working with children, adults, and families as well as individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Dr. Walker currently serves as the Director of Children's Mental Health Services and Project Facilitator for the National Center for START Services/Institute on Disability/UED at the University of New Hampshire. Dr. Walker is dedicated to discovering improved avenues for strengthening access to care and developing increased understanding and acceptance within notoriously disenfranchised communities. Dr. Walker is a fitness enthusiast. She also highly enjoys trying various restaurants, spending time with her teen daughter, and socializing with friends.
PsyD, Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychology, Regent University
MA, Clinical Psychology, Regent University
MA, Community and Clinical Psychology, Norfolk State University
BA, Special Education and Psychology, Elizabeth City State University