Providing psychiatric services throughout South Carolina

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


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

Jeni Bowers Palmer received a M.Ed. in Clinical Counseling from the Citadel and has been a practicing clinical counselor since 1994. She 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. Ms. Palmer is currently the Director the Employee Assistance Program at the Medical University of South Carolina.

Ms. Palmer has a solution focused approach to her counseling style. She is interested in helping her clients meet their stated goals a reach their full potential.
• Work/life balance
• Executive coaching
• Career and leadership development
• Creating lifestyles that support overall well-being
• Substance use
• Individualized substance use treatment
• Co-dependency
• Families effected by substance use
• Families with special needs children
• Autism
• Eating disorders
• Relationship issues

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.

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.

Elizabeth J. Hudson, LMHC, LPC

Liz’s clinical expertise is working with children and adolescents experiencing mood or anxiety disorders, anger management, and trauma. Liz provides individual, family, and group therapy utilizing Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), mutual aid, and support therapy.