Behavioral Health

Medication Management

For many mental health issues, research suggests that a combination of therapy and psychopharmacology provides the most effective treatment. At Carolina Pediatric Therapy, our psychiatric nurse practitioner can help you and your family decide if medication might play a useful role in your child’s treatment, make recommendations, discuss with you the associated risks or benefits, prescribe directly to your pharmacy, and monitor for safety. Medication can offer assistance with several symptoms, including insomnia, anxiety, depression, mania, psychosis, and problems with attention and concentration. Medication use may be brief or may require weeks or months of treatment in order to achieve a long-lasting, sustained remission. No matter the course, our psychiatric nurse practitioner will be available to support your child and family along the way!

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Infant/Toddlers

Ages from Birth to Five-Years-Old

School-Age Children

Ages from Six to Twelve-Years-Old

Teenagers

Ages from Thirteen to Eighteen-Years-Old

Families

Stronger together

What happens when you start working with CarolinaPeds?

Our community of staff and therapists become invested with you.

Our behavioral health therapists work collaboratively with you to provide the best care possible for your child(ren). Our therapist focus are person-centered and focus on building a trusting and positive relationship with your child and your family. Our therapists are solution-focused and will assist your family in deciding and working towards goals based on your child and family’s needs. Our therapists collaborate with each other and work as a team to ensure the best care possible. Our therapists believe in using evidenced based practices, techniques that are proven to work for families through scientific research.

We provide your child and family with caring and effective mental health treatment.

Schedule today: (828) 398-0043
Serving: Asheville, Brevard, Hendersonville, and Waynesville.

A behavioral health emergency is an immediate/imminent threat of harm to ones self or others which would likely result in 911 being contacted, mobile crisis, and/or having the client evaluated at the nearest emergency room.

If this is a Medical Emergency, dial 911 immediately.