Providing psychiatric services throughout South Carolina

Hours : Flexible schedule, varies by provider.
  Contact : 843-792-9396

Providers

Hilary J. Bernstein, DHA

Dr. Hilary Bernstein works primarily with patients with mood and anxiety disorders and/or other significant stressful life events such as problems in relationships, grief or loss. She has extensive clinical experience working with individuals as well as couples needing couples counseling or marital therapy. She has additional expertise in stress management and psychotherapy including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and brief solution-oriented therapy.

Dr. Bernstein received her Bachelor of Science (BS) degree from Tulane University where she majored in Psychology. She then received a Master of Social Work (MSW) from the University of South Carolina and a Doctorate in Health Administration (DHA) from the Medical University of South Carolina.

Jeni Bowers Palmer, M.Ed., LPC, CEAP

Jeni Bowers Palmer has provided counseling services to adolescents, adults, couples, families and groups and has worked in a variety of clinical settings specializing in addictions, codependency, co-occurring disorders, eating disorders, relationship issues, stress management and occupational problems.

Tonia M. Cassaday, MSW, LISW-CP

Ms. Cassaday is highly qualified with experience as a psychiatric crisis unit director, an outpatient therapist, an intensive in-home therapist/clinical supervisor, and a regional/statewide director in the areas of social services and family engagement. Her competencies include general psychiatry, reproductive psychiatry, substance use, grief and loss, domestic violence, crisis intervention, and trauma.

Patricia A. Felker, LISW-CP

Pat Felker is a therapist at MUSC’s Institute of Psychiatry in the outpatient clinic. Pat enjoys working with children (10-12 years old), teenagers and adults. The vast majority of her experience includes working with teenage issues, trauma, anger management, domestic violence, grief and loss and depression/anxiety issues.