Chade Walker, LMSW

I have always been passionate about supporting and helping people. I was able to make this passion a reality when I decided to become a social worker. One of my very first experiences was working for a non-profit that supported homeless teen moms and young women as they regained their independence. In subsequent years since that experience, I have had the opportunity to work with women leaving the criminal justice system, gang-affiliated youth, adults and children with various mental health disorders, and adult patients with end-stage renal disease. My journey has taken me from non-profits and social justice organizations in New York to community mental health clinics and dialysis centers here in GA. Through everything I have experienced, the one thing that always stands out to me the most is the power of human resilience.

Simply put I believe in you.

That is the basis of my work and that is the major motivator when I work with clients. My goal is to empower people to believe in themselves and prioritize their own well-being. I do this in a number of ways which may include using strengths-based techniques, cognitive-behavioral informed talk therapy, and DBT informed skill-building. I recognize every person is different and that’s why it is also important in my work to find what works for each individual client and take a holistic approach to their treatment. Healing is not just about your mind and it is not “one-size fits all”. I believe healing includes the physical, emotional, mental, spiritual, and environmental aspects of a person. So if you are ready to empower yourself, believe in yourself, and start your healing journey, reach out. I look forward to getting to know you and to supporting you.


New York



Master of Social Welfare

Stony Brook University School of Social Welfare (2020)

Bachelors of Science in Health Science 

Stony Brook University (2017)