Randolph W. Walters, MA '95, MTS '96, PsyD, LPC, CCTP

Dr. Randolph WaltersDr. Randolph Walters is Associate Professor of Counseling & Psychology and has served Eastern since 1995 after graduating in the first graduating class in Eastern’s Master’s in Counseling Program. Dr.Walters earned a Master’s degree in Theological Studies (MTS) with a concentration in Missiology from Palmer Theological Seminary, and a Doctorate of Clinical Psychology from Immaculata University. Dr.Walters is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) and a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Pennsylvania. He has 25+ years of clinical experience and is Founder and Director of Randolph Walters & Associates, LLC, a private counseling practice in Philadelphia. He is a mental health provider for the University of Pennsylvania Behavioral Health System. 

Contact:
Randolph Walters, PsyD, LPC, CCTP
Associate Professor
T: 610-341-4360
rwalters@eastern.edu

Dr.Walters has also completed Evangelism training in Holland with Billy Graham, and is a graduate of Haggai Institute for Advanced Leadership Training in Singapore. His research interests include attachment theory, trauma counseling, fatherhood, masculinity, male psychology and missiological history. He is deeply committed to the integration of spirituality and mental health. He considers his life’s purpose to be a healer and a prophetic voice to a diverse global community. He is increasingly in demand as a conference and workshop speaker and has appeared as a guest expert on the nationally televised Tyra Banks talk show. Dr.Walters is the author of “Daddy’s Girl: A Psychological Examination of the Father-Daughter Bond” and “A Kindle in the Kingdom: Christian Missions Strategy in the Caribbean.”

Dr.Walters has also served as a Pastor in his native Barbados, and in the United States. He is currently Family Life Pastor of CareView Community Church in Lansdowne, PA. He is married to Betty Walters and is the father of Safiya, Ayo, Akil, and Tia. He resides in Lansdowne, PA with his family.

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