Seasons change and we learn more about life and ourselves. We carry forward an old attitude or an old way of doing something until we realize it is no longer serving us well.
"I enjoyed working with Mr. Berninger to give me ideas on ways to help my 10 year old son who has ADHD and an Oppositional Defiant Disorder. I unfortunately moved out of the area so I was not able to use his counseling services any longer. He gave me good counseling advice which I still incorporate into my daily interactions with my son." (Former client)
"Mr. Berninger allowed me to work through the painful parts of a relationship so I could move forward. I can honestly say Mr. Berninger is one of the easiest therapists I've talked with. He has helped me in many dysfunctional areas of my life which included binge drinking." (Former client)
"Mr. Berninger was extremely helpful to my teenage son who was going through depression and making unhealthy choices. My son connected with Mr. Berninger's easy-going counseling style right away, and I am glad to say my son is on the right track to a healthy lifestyle." (Mother of client)
A former colleague/supervisor wrote of Brian's work: "I am exceedingly impressed with Brian's clinical ability. "Any of our institutions would be fortunate to have him." And, "...impressed with his ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team...with staff from different disciplines." A former colleague of Brian's wrote: "He has the solid depth of understanding on various issues that makes it possible for him to excel in any counseling capacity. And, "...exceptionally astute...and a quick study."
Brian Berninger is a professional member of the American Mental Health Counselors Associatoin (AMHCA) and the American Psychological Association (APA), and follows the highest standards of ethics and patient confidentiality.
Brian L. Berninger, M.A., LPC Licensed Professional Counselor 802 W. Broadway, Madison, WI 53713 608-338-3540 or 608-764-8580, firstname.lastname@example.org