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Jeff Berryhill

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Dr. Berryhill is trained as a clinical psychologist. He typically teaches courses in psychopathology and ethics in the graduate counseling program. In his counseling practice, Dr. Berryhill offers individual counseling for adolescents, adults, couples, and families. He works with a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, ADHD, and relationship problems. He also does psychological and pre-adoption evaluations. He regularly serves people who work in vocational ministry, including pastors and other church staff, local Christian ministry workers, missionaries, and their families.

Started at Bethel

2010

Education

  • Fuller Seminary's Graduate School of Psychology - Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, 1991
  • Stephen F. Austin State University - M.A. in Psychology, 1984
  • Baylor University - B.A. in Psychology, 1982
  • Fuller Theological Seminary - M.A. in Theology, 1990

Biography

Dr. Berryhill's many years in clinical practice have included county mental health, adolescent residential treatment, and several different group practices including Arden Woods Psychological Services in New Brighton. He co-founded a group practice in Fairfax Virginia in 1993 and was a co-director and clinician there until he relocated to Minnesota in the summer of 2010.

He formerly served as an adjunct professor for Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary's graduate counseling program. He has been an adjunct for the graduate counseling program at Bethel since he moved to Minnesota in 2010.

Courses Taught

Psychopathology

Ethics and Professional Issues

Publications

Dr. Berryhill co-authored a chapter on working ethically with children and adolescents in Christian Counseling Ethics (1995, Inter-Varsity Press), and its revised edition (2013, Inter-Varsity Press).

Areas of expertise

As a clinical psychologist, Dr. Berryhill offers individual counseling for adolescents, adults, couples, and families. He also does psychological and pre-adoption evaluations. He specializes in depression, anxiety, ADHD, and relationship problems. He also sees those serving in ministry, including pastors, missionaries, and their families.