Dr. Todd Bennett received his MS in clinical and counseling psychology from Chestnut Hill College and a MS from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine where he also obtained his doctorate in clinical psychology.  He completed his pre-doctoral internship at the APA accredited Philadelphia Mental Health Clinic, where he evaluated children who exhibited a variety of symptoms including those on the autistic spectrum, ADHD, or who are suffering from trauma.  His research experience examined the relationship between adult ADHD and personality where he worked in collaboration with the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine.   He has experience working in an in-home, outpatient, residential, and an acute partial hospitalization setting.  Dr. Bennett has worked with a variety of clinical presentations from OCD, depression, and various forms of anxiety to severe and persistent mental illness and significant personality dysfunction. His primary focus continues to evolve.  Current areas of interest include cognitive behavior therapy, rational emotive behavior therapy, sleep disorders, personality disorders, depression, and various forms of anxiety.  

Dr. Bennett is the co-founder and Director of Clinical Training at Center for Assessment and Treatment, which is a nonprofit, outpatient mental health clinic located in rural northwest New Jersey. His duties include the provision of psychological services including various types of evaluations and individual therapy, largely to a marginalized and low-income population. Additionally, Dr. Bennett supervises and trains a number of pre-doctoral, post doctoral, and master’s level students. He believes everyone has a right to high quality healthcare, regardless of socioeconomic status. Since its inception, Center for Assessment and Treatment has helped thousands who would have otherwise not had prompt access to care.

Certified Clinician
Todd W. Bennett, PsyD
Valid Through December 31, 2027