David Livingstone Henderson
Professor and Director of Counseling & Psychology
07/2004 – 06/2008 University of South Carolina/ Palmetto Health Alliance Columbia, South Carolina General Psychiatry Residency Program
08/2000 – 06/2004 Wright State University School of Medicine Dayton, OH Awarded Doctor of Medicine
06/1999 – 06/2000 Wright State University, Dayton, OH Chemistry Major
09/1997 – 06/1999 Cedarville University, Cedarville, OH Biology Major
3/2010 – Present Board-certified Psychiatrist, Private Practice with Southwest Clinical and Forensics (SWCF), Dallas TX.
3/2010 – Present Department Chair of Counseling and Full Professor of Psychology, Criswell College.
8/2008 – Present Adjunct Professor, Dallas Theological Seminary, Dallas TX.
8/2008 – 8/2011 Psychiatrist, Green Oaks Hospital Emergency Room Dallas, TX.
7/2008 – 3/2010 Board-certified Psychiatrist, The Meier Clinics, Adult outpatient services, Richardson TX.
10/2007 Expert Witness, Qualified as a General and Forensic Psychiatry Expert Witness, Anderson County, South Carolina.
10/2005 – 7/2008 Physician, Morris Village Drug and Alcohol Addiction Center Adult inpatient services, physician for on-site call coverage, Columbia, South Carolina.
10/2005 – 7/2008 Physician, G. Werber Bryan Psychiatric Hospital Adult inpatient services, physician for on-site call coverage, Columbia, South Carolina.
10/2005 – 7/2008 Physician, William S. Hall Psychiatric Institute Inpatient Child and Adolescent services, physician on-site call coverage, Columbia, South Carolina.
8-10/2007 Clinical Observer, Extramural psychiatry experience in the United Kingdom’s National Health System. Based out of Clackmannan County Hospital and Dunrowan Resource Centre in Falkirk, Scotland; Gartnavel Royal Hospital, Glasgow, Scotland; and The Crichton Royal Hospital, Dumfries, Scotland. Observed the assessment and treatment of mental health issues within a differing cultural construct and system. (Included General, Geriatric, Addiction, and Forensic Services in both inpatient and outpatient settings.)
1/2007 - 6/2007 Physician, Camden Mental Health Center, Camden South Carolina Adult outpatient services
Meier P., Henderson D. Finding Purpose Beyond Our Pain: Uncover the Hidden Potential in Life’s Most Common Struggles. Nashville, TN. Thomas Nelson Publishers, November 2009.
Dixon, Larry. When Temptation Strikes: Practical Guidelines for Avoiding Sin in Our Lives. CLC Publishers. 2008 (Quoted on pages 275-280, also wrote an endorsement.)
Trent, John, Smith, Annette. A Place Called Blessing: Where Hurting Ends and Love Begins. Nashville, TN. Thomas Nelson Publishers, 2011.
Flynt, Mike. The Power-based Life: Realize Your Life's Goals and Dreams by Strengthening Your Body, Mind, and Spirit. Nashville, TN. Thomas Nelson Publishers, December 28, 2010.
Henderson D, Ginsberg J. Withdrawal, Recovery, and Long-term Sequelae of Gamma-Butyrolactone Dependence: A Case Report. The American Journal on Addictions. Sept 5, 2008. Pp 456-457.
Henderson D, Buckland J. Gamma-hydroxybutyrate use, withdrawal, and treatment: A case report and review. Journal of Evidence Based Psychiatry: Guidance for the Service Provider. Journal of the University of South Carolina Department of Neuropsychiatry, 2008. - Also presented at the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry, Annual Meeting in San Diego, California, November, 2007.
Henderson D, Matthews, C. Insomnia: A Review of the Evidence for Non-Pharmacologic Treatments. Journal of Evidence Based Psychiatry: Guidance for the Service Provider. Journal of the University of South Carolina Department of Neuropsychiatry, 2007.
Lead Investigator - Gaming Overload: The effects of Video Games on School Performance and Motivation, University of South Carolina Department of Neuropsychiatry in conjunction with the University of South Carolina Department of Psychology – Sponsor: None. 2005 - 2008.
Co-Investigator – Psychiatry in the Bible Belt, University of South Carolina Department of Neuropsychiatry residency training programs in conjunction with the Columbia International University and the Columbia Lutheran Seminary training programs – Sponsor: GWISH Spirituality Grant, George Washington University 2005-2007.
Co-Investigator - A Retrospective Database Analysis of Prevalence of Substance Abuse and Compliance to Treatment (Antiretrovirals and Psychotropics) in Patients with Human Immunodeficiency Syndrome – University of South Carolina Department of Neuropsychiatry in conjunction with the Ryan White Clinic. 2007-2008.
Radio and Media
Counseling Works Now, 100.7 The Word: Frequent guest panel participant. Christian Doctor’s Digest: A publication of the Christian Medical and Dental Association. CD interview with David Stevens, M.D. CEO.
American Family Radio, February 9th, 2010.
Prime Time America with Greg Wheatley, Moody Radio, January 25th, 2010
Christian Radio Magazine with Bill Packard. Monthly Guest discussing issues pertaining to psychiatry, psychology and spirituality.
Frequent Guest and Guest host, For Christ and Culture. Criswell College, Dallas TX.
WEMI Morning Show 91.9 FM, Wisconsin February 9th, 2010 90.9.
KCBI Morning Show, Dallas Tx January 29th, 2010.
Spirit FM Morning Show 105.3, Seattle Washington January 26th, 2010.
Live with Dr. Alvin Augustus Jones, Raleigh NC January 25th, 2010.
Impact News with Chad Bresson, CDR Radio “The Path”. December 28th, 2009.
The Georgene Rice Show on KPDQ Radio, Portland Oregon, December 3rd, 2009.
Henderson, D. Go Ahead and Deal with Your Pain. 100 Huntley Street, Crossroads Christian Communications Inc. television interview, Burlington ON Canada, November, 2009.
Piece of Mind with Brenda Harper, Radio Interview on November 14th, 2009.
Henderson, D. Comparing Clinical Management of Substance Abuse in Two National Health Systems: A Case Discussion. Presented at Clackmannan County Hospital and Dunrowan Resource Centre in Falkirk, Scotland; and Erskine Hospital, Stirling, Scotland. September, 2007.
Narasimhan, M.; Divya, Ahuja; Rudd, B; Houchins R; Henderson, D. et al. A Retrospective Database Analysis of Prevalence of Substance Abuse and Compliance to Treatment (Antiretrovirals and Psychotropics) in Patients with Human Immundeficiency Syndrome. Poster Presentation, American Psychiatric Association, Accepted for presentation at the Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. May, 2008.
Henderson D, The Cultural Competency Model for Forensic Evaluations. Poster presentation, American Academy of Psychiatry and Law (AAPL), Annual Meeting in Miami Beach, Florida, October, 2007. - Also presented as a Grand Rounds for the University of South Carolina Department of Forensic Psychiatry, March 3rd, 2007.
Buckland, J.; Henderson, D.; Houchins, R; Madden, HM; Matthews, C; Mazumder, M. System-Based Learning: Exploring Connections Between Patients' Perceptions of General Psychiatry Resident Characteristics Based on Attire. Poster presentation. American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training (AADPRT), Annual Meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico, 2007.
Henderson D, Cuffe S, Smith B, Buckland J, Pender C. Gaming Overload: The effects of Video Games on School performance and Motivation. Poster presentation, Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Annual Meeting in San Diego, California, 2006. - Also presented at the University of South Carolina’s Department of Neuropsychiatry Fall Symposium, Myrtle Beach, SC, October 2006.
Henderson D, Stuck C, Campbell N. Psychiatry in the Bible Belt: The effects of a joint training experience on the beliefs, attitudes, and practice of both mental health professionals and clergy. Poster presentation, Association of Academic Psychiatry Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California, 2006. - Also presented at the University of South Carolina’s Department of Neuropsychiatry Fall Symposium, Myrtle Beach, SC, October 2006.
Keynote Speaker, York Gospel Rescue Mission Annual Fundraising Campaign, York, Pennsylvania April 7th, 2011.
Guest, TV 45: The Good Life, Lake Mary, Florida, January 13th, 2011.
Guest Speaker, Prestonwood Church’s Working Women’s Connection, Glen Eagle Country Club, Plano TX June 17, 2010.
Guest Speaker, Christian Association of Psychological Studies (CAPS) Meeting, Dallas TX. April 30th, 2010
Keynote Speaker, Northeast Rescue Missions Spring Conference, New York City, NY. March 11-12th, 2010.
Market Place Ministries (Affiliated with Campus Crusade for Christ), Men’s Prayer Breakfast. Bedminster, NJ November 27th, 2009.
Power Lunch with Pastor Jack Graham, Prestonwood Church, Dallas Texas November 17th, 2009.
Henderson, D. Finding Purpose Beyond Our Pain. Cedarville University Alumni Week Chapel Speaker, September 28th, 2009.
Henderson, D. Impulse Control Disorders. Basic Psychopharmacology Lecture Series. University of South Carolina Department of Neuropsychiatry. June 11, 2008.
Henderson, D.; Dundas, B; Mirza, R; Neal, C; Jones, A; Carpenter, A. Body Dysmorphic Disorder: A review of current evidence-based treatment options. Psychopharmacology/ Clinical Issue Case Conference, Evidence Based Medicine Series, University of South Carolina Department of Neuropsychiatry. April 16, 2008.
Henderson, D.: Internet XXXposure: Conceptualizing Internet Pornography and Online Sexual Activity as addictive behaviors. Addiction Psychiatry Grand Rounds, University of South Carolina School of Medicine and Palmetto Health Behavioral Care, Columbia, SC, March 20th, 2008.
Henderson, D.: The Effects of Spirituality and Worldview on Clinical Practice: What All Clinicians Need to Know. Second Year Clinic Administration and Education Meeting Lecture Series. University of South Carolina Department of Neuropsychiatry, Jan – March, 2008.
Dundas, B.; Henderson, D.: Hormonal Treatment of Paraphilias: A Review of the Literature. Poster presentation, South Carolina Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting in Charleston, South Carolina, 2008. - Also presented for Psychopharmacology/Clinical Issue Case Conference, Evidence Based Medicine Series, University of South Carolina Department of Neuropsychiatry. December 12, 2007.
Henderson, D.: Psychiatry Resident In-Training Examination Review: Neurology Parts I and II. Second Year Clinic Administration and Education Meeting. University of South Carolina Department of Neuropsychiatry, January 15th and 22nd, 2008.
Henderson, D. Comorbidity: Diagnosis, Treatment Options and Efficacy in the Dually Diagnosed. Kershaw County Mental Health System, In-Service Training. June 15th, 2007.
Campell, J.; Henderson, D.; Madden, M.; Raley, J.; Rudd, B. Traumatic Brain Injury: Evidence Based Medicine for Management of Neurobehavioral Consequences. Psychopharmacology/Clinical Issue Case Conference, Evidence Based Medicine Series, University of South Carolina Department of Neuropsychiatry. April 18th, 2007.
Henderson D, Madden, M. Sleep and Insomnia: Pharmacologic and Behavioral Management in Psychiatric Illness. 5th Wednesday Lecture Series, January 2007.
Campell, J.; Henderson, D.; Madden, M.; Raley, J.; Rudd, B. Complicated Bereavement: The Evidence for Treatment. Psychopharmacology/Clinical Issue Case Conference, Evidence Based Medicine Series, University of South Carolina Department of Neuropsychiatry. November, 2006.
Baxley M, Henderson, D., Howard M, Lee J, and Mathews C. Treatment of Insomnia: A Comprehensive Review. Psychopharmacology/Clinical Issue Case Conference, Evidence Based Medicine Series, University of South Carolina Department of Neuropsychiatry, 2006.
Henderson, D. Psychodynamic issues of Disabled Patients, Clinical Case Conference, Cultural Competency Series, January 25th, 2006.
Henderson, D. The CATIE Trial: Where Do We Go From Here. Journal Club, November 18th, 2005.
Baxley M, Henderson, D, Howard M, Lee J, and Mathews C. Treatment of Postpartum Depression. Psychopharmacology/ Clinical Case Conference, Evidence Based Medicine Series; University of South Carolina Department of Neuropsychiatry, Fall 2005.
Henderson, D. LSD: A Heavenly Experience or the Trip from Hell, Grand Rounds Presentation for Richland Springs, Palmetto Health, March 30th, 2005.
Professional Activities and Honors
2008 – Present Advisor to the Board of Directors, ROCK International (Relief Opportunity and Care for Kids/Resources of Crucial Knowledge), National base: Greenville, South Carolina, International base: Cairo, Egypt.
11/28-12/2/07 Recipient, The American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry Annual Meeting Travel Award, San Diego, California.
2007 – 2008 Member, Credentials Committee for Palmetto Health/Richland Memorial Hospital, Resident Representative.
3/2/2006 Recipient, Samuel B. Guze, M.D. Award, 6th Annual Symposium on Alcoholism Washington University, St. Louis Missouri.
Professional Memberships and Licensures
2009 – Present Diplomat of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
2009 – Present X License to prescribe Suboxone for Opioid addiction
2008 – Present The Christian Medical and Dental Association
2004 - Present American Medical Association
5/5/07 Recipient, White Lake Half Ironman, First Place Award: Novice Division. North Carolina Triathlon Series, White Lake, NC.
2001 Participant, Artist As Healer (Medical School Art Gallery)