Skip to content
Charles Walker, LCSW
I’m committed to creating a safe place to address any issues you feel are holding you back from becoming the very best version of yourself.

Our Team

Charles Walker, LCSW


Licensed In



Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT), Motivational interviewing (MI), Psychodynamic, Solution-focused, Strengths-based

Therapy Style

Life is a journey full of ups, downs, and forks in the road which can bring about stress, anxiety, depression, and an overall feeling of helplessness. Most of the time it’s easy to navigate on our own, but quite often a licensed psychotherapist is needed to restore balance and provide you with the necessary tools to rebuild and/or redirect your life towards becoming more fulfilling, uplifting, and enjoyable.

As your therapist, I’m committed to creating a safe place to address any issues you feel are holding you back from becoming the very best version of yourself, and to creating a relationship built on trust, honesty, and understanding.

Having worked with victims of crime, adolescence, alcohol/drug addiction, anxiety, depression, as well as, grief and loss, I’m able to provide my clients with numerous resources and valuable coping mechanisms. I have specialty training in anxiety disorders, managing mood and emotions, depression, and difficulties related to stress.

I will provide you with the tools necessary to manage life’s setbacks, uncertainties, and mental meltdowns. But more than anything, as your therapist, I will be there to listen and champion you along the way.


MSW - Social Work, University of Southern California

License Number and State

CA 94717



What are your interests outside of work?

Sports, mentoring kids of color, travel, and spending time with family.

What is one thing you do daily that supports your mental and emotional well-being?

I journal, watch sports, cook, listen to music, work out, get massages, and read.

What book have you read more than once?

The 5 Minute Journal

Favorite organization/non-profit?

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. I am a part of this great organization. We mentor, give out food to the less fortunate, do blood drives, host youth leadership conferences, and we speak in the inner city school to kids and help them get into college.

How do you recharge?

Traveling and getting a good night's sleep.

Do you have any pets?

I currently have a Maltese mixed with Yorky. His name is Kairo. My dog caught this deadly disease called Parvo and the doctor said that we can either do medical treatment or dieting treatment. The doctor said that my dog has a lot of willpower and may be able to survive on the special diet. Well, he survived and is thriving! The doctor said my puppy had a will to live and he's doing great. Those words really stuck with me.

Stay in touch.

Sign up to receive Octave updates and information about mental health topics.