Chapel Hill Pediatric Psychology
Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Welcome to
Chapel Hill Pediatric Psychology


**On May 24th, our dear friend and colleague Dr. Brian Nicoll passed away. He touched many lives and will be greatly missed.  There were many who cared for him, and for those who may wish to attend, the visitation for Dr. Nicoll will be Thursday, May 26th, from 6:00-8:00 PM at Hall-Wynne Funeral Home in Durham. The memorial service will be held on Sunday, May 29th at 2:00 PM at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Durham. You may access his obituary at the following link:

Over the past weeks, Dr. Nicoll’s recent clients have been referred to therapists within our practice as well as other appropriate local providers. Our practice partners, David Riddle, Ph.D., Mary Baker-Sinclair, M.S.W. Ph.D., and Mary La Scala, M.S. L.M.F.T, are available to meet with Dr. Nicoll’s clients or parents of Dr. Nicoll’s clients who have questions or concerns regarding their therapeutic needs in light of this news. To set up a meeting, please call the front desk at 919-942-4166, ext. 101.**
Chapel Hill Pediatric Psychology (CHPP) specializes in diagnosing and treating families and children from infancy through adulthood.  We help demystify the spectrum of mental health by empowering families to work together toward resolving issues.
We believe that mental, emotional, developmental, and physical health are part and parcel of each other. As such, we were the first pediatric psychologists in the nation to partner with a pediatric practice. Since 1973, the hallmark of our success has been our unique prevention-based, educational approach to optimizing mental wellness.

CHPP is a professional practice that offers a wide variety of services to families, including young children, adolescents and teens, and young adults. We work with you, the child, the family – and often each other – to create a practical individualized plan toward coping and resolution.

How May We Help


Upcoming Workshops

Parent Groups on Child Development and Management
Setting Limits with the Spirited Child
Toddlers (18 mo - 3 yrs): 2/19/15
Handling Power Struggles
Preschoolers (3-6 yrs): 2/26/15
Managing Anger
School Age Children (6-9 yrs): 3/19/15
Balancing Freedom and Responsibility
Adolescents (10 yrs. and Up): 3/26/15