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Bloom Behavioral Therapy!


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Therapeutic Services for Children and Families

We accept Medicaid and most types of insurance!

  • Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)

    Resolves many problem behaviors in young children through the use of evidence-based parenting skills and effective, consistent discipline techniques.

  • Trauma Therapy

    (EMDR and TF-CBT)

    Utilizes two of the most well-supported models for treating trauma/PTSD symptoms: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for children, teens and adults.

  • Individual Therapy for Children, Teens and Adults

    Gives individuals an outlet to express, process, and learn to manage symptoms of anxiety, depression, and other emotional and  behavioral challenges more positively. and effectively.

  • Family


    Improves family dynamics, communication and relationships to reduce conflict and tension within the family system.

Colorful Bubbles

We are proud to be the only certified providers of
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) in the Upstate!

Parents who enroll in PCIT get their own personal trainer: a therapist who guides the parent-child interaction through a wireless earpiece. In a typical session, the therapist stays behind a one-way mirror and instructs parents through the earpiece as they play with and learn to discipline their child in an adjacent playroom. The live coaching catches ineffective parenting habits and helps parents practice “superparenting” skills, which combine frequent praise and attention for good behavior with a clear system of ignoring, warnings, and timeouts for bad.

Colorful Bubbles

"We are so grateful forour therapist. She helped me develop tools on how to successfully get my kids to listen to me without breaking their spirit. I have different children today than when we first started going to Bloom Behavioral Therapy. If your kids aren't listening to you, have difficulty following instructions, acting out aggressively and any other unpleasant behaviors this is the place for you."


What Our Clients Say

Does Therapy Really Work?

Each visit, caregivers rate their child's behavior using the ECBI. The ECBI score is then put on a graph to track progress and ensure therapeutic interventions are making a measurable, positive impact. Below are a few example graphs of recent PCIT graduates. Disruptive behavior scores typically start out very high (around 200) and gradually decrease throughout the course of therapy, eventually ending up in the average range (below 114/the bold line).

Coral Flowers

The Bloom Team

Carolina Bustamante, LPC

Spanish-Speaking Therapist

Carly Guari, LPC

Madeline Hawkins, LISW-CP Founder, Director,

and PCIT Trainer

Martie Solesbee, LPC

Assistant Director

Madison Crook, LPC

Amy Rogers, LPC

Stephanie Freeman, LPC

Desiree Bowers, LPC


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