Providing psychiatric services throughout South Carolina

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


Patricia A. Felker, LISW-CP

Pat Felker is a therapist who specializes in working with children (10-12 years old), teenagers and adults. Her experience includes working with trauma, anger management, domestic violence, grief and loss and depression/anxiety issues. Types of services provided may include individual or family sessions and group therapy. She utilizes Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Behavioral Therapy management techniques and support therapy in her approach to treatment.

Pat has a broad range of interests and experiences enabling her to serve the multitude of people and situations she encounters daily in her work. In addition, she has worked closely with the local school districts and other community agencies advocating for the needs of others.

Pat received a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology (1986) and a Master’s degree in Social Work (1995) from the University of South Carolina. She is currently a Clinical Instructor at 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.

Hilary J. Bernstein, DHA

Dr. Hilary Bernstein works primarily with patients with depression, mood and anxiety disorders and/or other significant stressful life events such as problems in relationships, grief or loss.

Debra Wallace, LISW-CP

Debra holds a faculty position as a Clinical Counselor at MUSC Institute of Psychiatry. Her focus is bereavement/loss, and she works primarily with adults in middle years. Other interests include anxiety, mood disorders, and posttraumatic stress.