Behavioral & Developmental Pediatrics in Raleigh, North Carolina, offers specialized care for children from age 4 until adulthood. Katherine Peppers, DNP, CPNP-PC, CPMHS, and her colleagues diagnose and treat mental health and developmental problems, such as attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), depression, and anxiety disorders.
Parents whose children have behavioral issues, nutritional disorders where they eat less than 20 foods, and intellectual disabilities, including conditions like Down syndrome, can also benefit from the compassionate, knowledgeable care available at Behavioral & Developmental Pediatrics.
Autism testing is available using the gold standard Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule second edition (ADOS-2), with referrals for treatment.
Behavioral & Developmental Pediatrics sees children from all socioeconomic statuses and considers serving the Medicaid population a priority. The practice aims to improve access to health care and, therefore, has no Medicaid limits. Katherine and her colleagues can also help parents understand guardianship for children with intellectual disabilities.
Behavioral & Developmental Pediatrics offers treatments that include cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), play therapy, and carefully managed medication. The evidence-based care provided improves children’s health and well-being in numerous ways, including helping children and their families strengthen relationships and create a positive future.
Call Behavioral & Developmental Pediatrics to learn more about the benefits children can gain from receiving exceptional mental health care, or schedule a consultation online today.