David John Berndt received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Loyola
University of Chicago, and was on the faculty at the University of Chicago Department of
Psychiatry. Berndt has published or presented over 80 papers professionally before moving more
recently to Charleston, South Carolina.
In addition to his professional writing, Doctor Berndt maintains the
Psychology Knowledge web site, blogs, and he sees clients in his psychotherapy and marriage
counseling practice in his downtown Charleston, SC psychologist office. He recently published
a book Overcoming Anxiety.
180 Wentworth Street, Charleston, SC
Dr. Berndt, licensed clinical psychologist, sees individuals
and couples by appointment in his downtown psychotherapist practice, helping with:
- Anxiety and Panic Disorders
- Depression and Self Esteem
- Anger Management
- PTSD, DID and Trauma
- Grief and Bereavement
- Eating Disorders and Bulimia
- Gifted and Talented Children
- Hypnosis and Pain Control
- Marriage Counselor for Couples Therapy
Doctor David John Berndt utilizes a number of techniques to assist clients in solving their
problems. He is a therapist who is a Charleston, SC psychologist (licensed clinical psychologist).
In addition to psychotherapy he is a marriage counselor. In his private practice of
psychotherapy he sees cleints by appointment and has evening hours available.
David John Berndt, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
180 Wentworth St.
Charleston, SC 29401-1235
Doctor Berndt respects your privacy. He is the kind of psychotherapist who provides support
and tools to help you harness your own wisdom and personal resources. Berndt is not a
psychiatrist, he is a psychologist. He does not prescribe medicine for your mental health
problems. He may use psychological testing, when requested, to better diagnose or
understand complex issues. Doctor Berndt draws on a number of different theories and approaches
developed by psychotherapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, and marriage