Advanced Care Team
Hendersonville Pediatrics, P.A. is pleased to offer, through special arrangement, on-site behavioral health screenings and treatment services for children from newborn to 18 years of age. These services range from brief and time-limited consultations or sessions to long-term counseling services. Common presenting concerns include behavior problems (e.g., temper tantrums, oppositional behavior, anger episodes), toileting or bed wetting difficulties, sleep problems, picky eating, anxiety or stress, habit disorders (e.g., thumb sucking, nail biting, hair pulling), behavioral treatment of ADHD, depression, family conflict, school problems, sibling or peer difficulties, and many more. As your child’s medical home, this integration between primary care and behavioral health allows Hendersonville Pediatrics to care for your child on a more holistic premise. Please talk with your child’s doctor if you feel there is a need for a behavioral medicine referral or simply call and make an appointment.
Dr. Dalton (Brevard Office) and Dr. Williams (Hendersonville Office) are Licensed Psychologists who conduct integrated private practice within Hendersonville Pediatrics. Meridian Behavioral Health and Family Preservation Services are community mental health agencies that provide co-located care within Hendernsonville Pediatrics.
William Dalton, Ph.D. Licensed Psychologist (Brevard Office)
Dr. William Dalton is originally from Corinth, MS, and earned his Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Psychology at Mississippi State University, a Master of Arts (MA) in Clinical Psychology at Appalachian State University, and a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Clinical Psychology at The University of Memphis. He completed his Pre-Doctoral Internship and Post-Doctoral Fellowship via Texas Children’s Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine with an emphasis in pediatric psychology. Dr. Dalton was an Associate Professor and Clinical Faculty in the Department of Psychology at East Tennessee State University where he was involved with both undergraduate and graduate teaching, research, clinical supervision, and service for 8 years. He is now a Licensed Psychologist in North Carolina and works as a Behavioral Health Consultant with Hendersonville Pediatrics' Advanced Care Team. Dr. Dalton has specialty training in working in medical settings with integrated care teams addressing both physical and social/emotional/behavioral health concerns. He is married with 2 children and enjoys playing guitar, running, biking, swimming, camping, and other outdoor adventures with his family as well as serving his community.
Meridian Behavioral Health Services (Brevard Office)
Meridian Behavioral Health Services provides a full array of mental health and substance abuse services in Transylvania County for children and adults. Meridian uses evidenced-based, best practices in behavioral health care, serving the community through compassion, staff excellence, a focus on the individual’s whole well-being and community partnerships. Meridian values that recovery is possible for everyone and is committed to serving the individuals in Transylvania County.
Elizabeth Williams, Ph.D. Licensed Psychologist (Hendersonville Office)
Dr. Elizabeth Williams grew up in Spartanburg, South Carolina and received her Bachelor’s Degree from Furman University in Greenville, SC. She received both her Master’s (M.A.) and Doctorate (Ph.D.) in Clinical Psychology from East Tennessee State University. There, she received specialized training in integrated primary care behavioral health and worked in Pediatric and Family Medicine practices. She spent a year as a Visiting Assistant Professor at East Tennessee State University before joining the Hendersonville Pediatrics Behavioral Medicine team in January 2017. She believes that behavioral health care is for everyone, and uses scientifically validated approaches to help children, teens, and families. She works with all ages, from toddlers through graduating seniors, and especially enjoys working with teenagers. She currently accepts Medicaid, Healthchoice, BCBS, and Medcost insurances, as well as self-pay. In her spare time she enjoys running, backpacking, paper crafting and going on adventures with her two children.
Family Preservation Services (Hendersonville Office)
Family Preservation Services of North Carolina (FPS) is part of Pathways by Molina, one of the largest national providers of accessible, outcome-based behavioral and mental health services. FPS provides a trauma focused approach to working with the medical, behavioral, and social needs of individuals. FPS provides a full array of mental health and substance abuse services in Henderson County and surrounding counties for children and adults. Examples of services include outpatient individual, family and group therapy, intensive in-home therapy, school based therapy, Community Support (CST) and Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACTT) as well as peer support services.