Dr. Kesha Clarke is a licensed clinical psychologist. She received her Master of Science and Doctoral degrees from Drexel University where she was trained as a clinical neuropsychologist. She completed her clinical residency in the U.S. Air Force at the Malcolm Grow Medical Center in the Washington, DC-area on Andrews AFB, home to the president’s Air Force One. Following residency, Dr. Clarke served as an Officer and military psychologist in the Air Force for nearly seven years during which time she provided direct clinical services, training, education, and outreach to military members, commanders, and military families. Her previous appointments included Chief of Psychological Services, Flight Commander of the Mental Health Clinic, and Director of Psychological Health. Following her honorable discharge from military service, she relocated to the Delaware/Philadelphia-area. Since that time, she has continued her work with Veterans as a clinical psychologist at the Philadelphia VA Medical Center and Clinical Associate of Psychiatry in Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, providing psychotherapy and targeted clinical and disability assessments. She is also a part-time faculty, instructing graduate-level mental health courses at the University of Pennsylvania. Courses she has taught include Assessment, Addiction and Wellness, and Sociocultural Foundations in Counseling. Throughout her career, Dr. Clarke has specialized and accomplished a variety of assessments to include neurocognitive, psychoeducational, forensic, disability, fitness for duty, and assessments for people employed in safety-sensitive jobs.
She values being thorough and targeted in her approach. As such, she has built a robust clinical practice that serves the needs of her clients and community.
Dr. Ashley Walker earned her Doctorate of Psychology degree from Widener University. She specialized in Children and Families and School Psychology through coursework and professional internships. She interned for Wallingford Elementary School, the Renfrew Center, the Keystone Center, and Villanova University, working closely with families to provide services to youth with a wide range of difficulties.
As the Director of Student Support of the Charter School of New Castle, Dr. Walker's primary focus has been conducting psycho-educational evaluations to identify the needs and strengths of school-aged children to ensure they receive an equitable educational experience. Her love for children and equitable support started back in graduate school. As a graduate student at Widener University, she majored in school psychology with a specialty in children and families. While there, she interned at several locations that prioritized the mental health of children, adolescents, and young adults.
Dr. Walker resides and practices in Delaware, though she will always hold New Jersey close to her heart. When she is not working with students during the school day, you can find her at home with her two daughters and husband.