Randolph Wall , Ph.D.
- Instructor , Psychology Department
- College of Arts and Sciences
Dr. Wall is an adjunct professor of psychology. He has more than 28 years of experience in providing psychological services to children, adolescents and adult men.
Born and raised in Port Washington (Long Island), New York, Dr. Wall graduated cum laude and with distinction in psychology from Duke University in 1975. He earned his Ph.D. in School Psychology with an emphasis in clinical child psychology from UNC-Chapel Hill in 1982. Training included a clinical child psychology internship at Child and Family Services in Hartford, Connecticut 1979-80.
Dr. Wall came to Charlotte in 1982, and worked with the Child-Adolescent Outpatient Unit at Mecklenburg Mental Health Center. He is one of the founding partners of Charlotte Psychotherapy and Consultation Group which formed in 1985.
In addition to providing clinical services, Dr. Wall has been involved in a number of community initiatives. He served on the Board of Directors of the Council for Children (now Council for Children’s Rights) from 1992-2004 and served as President of the Board in 1997. Dr. Wall was also a “founding father” of the Charlotte Fatherhood Initiative in the late 1990s, and served on the N.C. Governor’s Commission on Responsible Fatherhood from 1999-2000. He has spoken extensively on the role of fathers in children’s lives.
Dr. Wall works with a range of child and adolescent problems including anxiety, depression, ADHD, behavior problems, learning difficulties, poor peer relations and family turmoil. Men’s issues are another area of interest and expertise.
- Ph.D. - School/Clinical Psychology; UNC-Chapel Hill