About Dr. Earle Williams

Dr. Earle Williams, II, Psy.D., is a Christian clinical psychologist with over 20 years of professional experience. Born in Newport News, Virginia, Dr. Williams moved to Boston, Massachusetts, at the age of two, with his parents. Here he earned a Doctor of Psychology-Clinical degree from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology.  

After relocating back to Virginia in 1987, Dr. Williams started working at Eastern State Hospital in Williamsburg, Virginia. First, he served as a staff psychologist. In 1988 Dr. Williams moved up to senior psychologist where he was responsible for the Intermediate Intensive Care Program. He was then promoted to Acting Director of Psychology and Supervisory Psychologist before leaving to open his private practice.  

At the University of Virginia, Dr. Williams earned a certification in Forensic Psychology with advanced training in forensic evaluation from the Institute of Law, Psychiatry, and Public Policy. Dr. Williams taught as an adjunct faculty professor at The College of William and Mary. 

As a consultant to The Barry Robinson Child and Family Guidance Clinic, Dr. Williams performed psychological testing and family psychotherapy for children, adolescents, and adults. After leaving here he worked as a consulting psychologist at Christian Psychotherapy Services in Virginia Beach. In his private practice, he offered forensic evaluations on criminal defendants for Circuit and General District Courts as well as Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court in various cities in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia. Dr. Williams is the author of three books: Psychology from Scripture, 100 Facts of Life and Roxbury Redemption. He has also written seven training manuals relating to various behavioral disorders and instructed numerous workshops for private and public organizations in the United States and Canada.  

Dr. Williams and his wife Maxine have two children, Toureia and Earle III.