Get to Know Maureen Walker, PhD

Therapist. Speaker. Author.

Maureen Walker, PhD, is a licensed psychologist, speaker, educator, and writer who focuses on helping people bridge cultural differences such as race, religion, gender and other markers of social status. She does this by teaching and inspiring people to transform the barriers that prevent them from truly connecting with each other and living a fully authentic life. Maureen encourages people to transform fear into and courage to create the fullest expressions of who they are and can be in the world. Learn More

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Working with Maureen

Stones balance on the beach.Stones on Hin Ngam Island, Tarutao National Park, Thailand.

Heal relational wounds and cultivate resilience to live life with clarity, courage, and compassion.

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Inspiring audiences to bridge cultural differences such as race, class, religion, and gender.

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Learn more about Maureen’s upcoming book about cultural disconnections and authentic relationships.

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What People Are Saying

  • “Sir, Can We Talk About Your Knee on My Neck?”

    Try to imagine this scenario. You walk into your home and see that it has been plundered by burglars. You even know who the burglars are; after all, they have ransacked your home and stolen your property many times before. Since you know who the......

  • Who is Mother?

    I was once again honored to join the community of the Unitarian Universalist Church in Bloomington, in their virtual pulpit this past Mother’s Day. Thank you to Senior Minister Reverend Mary Ann Macklin for her warm and welcoming invitation. The holiday, Mother’s Day, as a......

  • From the Fig Leaf to the Burning Bush: Who Are We Called to Become?

    That’s a fairly long title, I know. However, it quite accurately captures where I found myself when Reverend Mary Ann Macklin invited me to share the pulpit at the Universalist Unitarian Church of Bloomington (UUCB) over the Martin Luther King weekend. Of course, I felt......