Author: Carolina Pediatric Therapy

School refusal can look like spontaneous tummy aches the night before school, struggles to separate in the car line, or voicemails from the school wanting to talk about your teenager’s...

If I had to choose one nutrition tip that would offer the most positive change in a household, I would say to make the kitchen off-limits most of the time....

*Weather Update: Due to weather conditions, we are cancelling the first session from 10am - 12pm in anticipation of icy roads. We are still planing to have the second session...

It takes a village… In mental health therapy with children it is critical that parents are involved throughout the therapeutic process, from the evaluation to the last session. When it comes...

Join us Monday, November 19 from 11:30 am to 4:00 pm for Carolina Pediatric Therapy's Open House to talk about therapy at Carolina Peds, activities, community engagement, and more. You will...

What do you do if your child, who previously was joyful and happy about school, now is often sad and irritable. What do you do if your child discloses to...

Every October, communities, schools, and organizations across the United States work together to bring awareness to bullying prevention. 1 in 5 students across the United States reports being bullied each...