Earl Walker, Jr. Ed.D, MBA, PMP

Director of Intensive Clinical Services

Dr. Earl Walker is the Director of Intensive Clinical Services. In this role, he provides leadership and oversight to our “mission critical” therapeutic services to our most vulnerable school age population and their families. He has a dedicated focus on the IBHS (Intensive Behavioral Health Services) program, formerly known as BHRS, which has transitioned to a vibrant regionalized care management model. Intercultural’s FFT (Functional Family Therapy) program is also under the IBHS license, which Dr. Walker will oversee. Dr. Walker’s role will expand to assume additional responsibilities as Intercultural further integrates its intensive programs as part of its future direction.

Dr. Walker’s unique clinical and management background includes over 20 years of experience in the behavioral health field treating stress related mental illness in African Americans, children with pervasive developmental disorders (including Autism), children exhibiting antisocial and oppositional behaviors, psychometric assessment and evaluation, gender relations, conflict resolution, negotiation, mediation, sport psychology, and geriatric psychology. Dr. Walker has managed statewide programs for Multisystemic Therapy and correctional behavioral health. He was trained in multisystemic therapy (MST), motivational interviewing (MI), trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT), and was also a Certified Correctional Health Professional (CCHP).

Dr. Walker is a Licensed Psychologist in the PA, DE and SC. He graduated from Boston University with a Doctor of Education in Counseling Psychology. In addition, he holds a Master in Business Administration, specializing in Health Care Management from Widener University; Master in Education, specializing in Health and Wellness from Boston University; and Bachelor of Science, Clinical Exercise Physiology from Boston University. In addition, he is a certified PMP (Project Management Professional).