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Helping children 


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Bloom Pediatric Therapy takes a unique collaborative approach to private outpatient speech therapy, occupational therapy, feeding therapy, and lactation support.  We provide in person services for families in Mount Juliet, TN and surrounding areas, and teletherapy is also available to clients living throughout Tennessee.


We believe in a child-led, family focused approach that supports families in meeting their child’s speech, language, and feeding goals. We are dedicated to advocating for your child to help them Bloom. 

At Bloom Pediatric Therapy, we believe in...


Following your child’s lead to provide natural opportunities to learn and grow through play

Collaborating and building strong relationships with your child as well as their family members


& family-focused treatment resulting in caregiver confidence and involvement

Highly personalized support for your child and their specific needs to achieve success

Finding the root cause to facilitate the best possible treatment and outcomes

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Our Services

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Feeding Therapy

Is your child having difficulty with bottle feeds or transitioning to solids, struggling with trying new foods, or is only accepting a very limited amount of foods or liquids? From bottle feeding to picky eating, and everything in between. We can help!


Feeding therapy is truly the heart of Bloom Pediatric Therapy. Some children have particular challenges when it comes to eating. Sometimes, these struggles are related to an underlying health issue or a feeding disorder. We will work collaboratively to find the root cause. We strive to support families so that mealtimes can be enjoyable. We know that parenting is hard work, let us take this one off your plate. 


We have expertise in a variety of disorders and diagnoses, including but not limited to:

Tongue and lip ties, oral motor delays, dysphagia, tube feeding, cerebral palsy, autism, avoidant restrictive food intake disorder (AFRID)

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Breastfeeding Support

Is your child having difficulty with latching, are you experiencing pain during feeds, is your child spitting up frequently? We can help!


Our goal is to empower you with the knowledge and skills to ensure a positive breastfeeding experience from the start. We are trained in assessing, evaluating and making appropriate referrals for oral restrictions (ie tongue tie). We work collaboratively with providers in the community to ensure families reach their feeding goals.


We have expertise in a variety of disorders and diagnoses, including but not limited to:

Tongue and lip ties, oral motor delays, dysphagia, prematurity, torticollis/plagiocephaly, laryngomalacia and tracheomalacia, severe reflux. Additional maternal support includes: pre-natal planning, back to work support and supply issues. 

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Speech and Language Therapy

Do you have concerns about your child’s ability to communicate? Is your child difficult to understand or easily frustrated due to impaired communication skills? We can help!


We address articulation disorders as well as improve the way children understand and express their wants and needs. We also specialize in early intervention (birth to 3 years) to build a strong foundation for speech and language skills. Our goal is to empower children and their families by providing consistent, communicative strategies and techniques they can implement in everyday life. By following the child’s lead, therapy is both effective and fun.

We have expertise in a variety of disorders and diagnoses, including but not limited to:

Late-talkers, Childhood apraxia of speech, Receptive and expressive language delays and disorders, Articulation disorders or speech delays, Phonological disorders, Pragmatic language disorders, Autism spectrum disorders, Down Syndrome, Auditory Processing Disorder, Fluency disorders

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Occupational Therapy

Is your child having difficulty with physical tasks, using crayons, pencils or scissors, confusing letters or numbers, or being overly sensitive to sound, how something feels or looks? We can help!


Through the use of evidence-based interventions, we assist in developing the skills necessary for daily living designed to promote independence and participation in everyday tasks. Pediatric occupational therapists provide treatment to help children meet developmental milestones, overcome sensory challenges and improve self-care, play and self-regulation skills.

Treatment areas for occupational therapist include: fine motor, gross motor, visual motor, visual perceptual, sensory processing, and self-care. 

Meet the Owner

Kelcy Bonham, M.S. CCC-SLP

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earned her bachelor’s degree in communication disorders from Western Kentucky University and her master’s degree in speech-language pathology from East Tennessee State University. She is an ASHA certified and Tennessee licensed speech and language pathologist. Kelcy has experience with treating articulation and phonology disorders, receptive-expressive language disorders, and apraxia of speech. She also has experience working with the down syndrome and autism populations. She specializes in the treatment of infant feeding and swallowing disorders and is a certified lactation counselor (CLC).


Kelcy has always had a passion for helping children especially with improving their oral motor/feeding, and speech & language skills with a specific focus on birth to 5 years. She values building a strong rapport with the families she serves and believes that strong client-clinican relationship is the key to successful, long lasting outcomes in therapy.


In her free time, Kelcy spends time with her husband, daughter, and pets. They enjoy being outdoors, exploring new areas, and trying new restaurants.


Meet the Staff

Katrina Reed M.S. CCC-SLP

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has been a speech-language pathologist for over 10 years! She enjoys working with children and helping them develop their speech, language, and feeding skills in a fun, positive, and effective way; she wants to find ways to educate parents and increase their carry-over to home. She earned her undergraduate and graduate degree from Western Kentucky University. Katrina has experience in the private practice setting, elementary school setting, and long-term care and rehabilitation facilities. She has experience with early language development, articulation, apraxia, AAC, dysphagia, and oral motor/feeding therapy.


Katrina enjoys gardening, reading, traveling, and spending time with her husband and two children.

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Meet the Staff

Meg Warren MOT,OTR/L

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 graduated from Saint Louis University in 2016 with a Masters of Occupational Therapy. Meg completed her level 2 fieldwork with a rotation in pediatric rehabilitation with Mercy kids in St. Louis, Missouri. Since graduation, Meg has served the Mt. Juliet and Lebanon community in pediatric outpatient care and neurological rehabilitation in an outpatient setting. Meg has a passion for working with children and their families to develop child and family centered care plans to meet the needs and goals of the entire family. Meg has a passion for working with children on the autism spectrum, developmental delays, fine motor delays, handwriting coordination.


In her free time, Meg enjoys spending time with her growing family and two yellow labs, Nash and June!


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Join Our Team!

Available positions:

 Occupational Therapist

Occupational Therapy Assistant

Part time with full time potential

We are looking for an enthusiastic and passionate individuals

  to grow with our company!


"I highly recommend Kelcy for your lactation needs; she made me feel comfortable and I loved that her knowledge base included lactation, speech-language pathology, and mother who breastfed. She saw me and my daughter a couple of days after we got home from the hospital and really took time to educate me on positioning and watching for baby’s cues. After implementing her suggestions we were able to alleviate the discomfort I felt on one side."

-Client's Mother, Mount Juliet, TN

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  • Does my child need therapy?
    Let’s set up a time to talk it out. You have access to a free 15 minute consult call to express your concerns. We will use that information to determine the next steps for you and your family.
  • Does my child need a doctor's referral to begin services?
    If you are wanting to use insurance, yes, you will need a speech therapy referral from their primary care provider prior to the initial evaluation.
  • My child has a recent evaluation. Do they need another one?
    In the event that a child recently had a comprehensive speech, language, feeding evaluation, therapy may begin following a review of previous reports. If additional information is needed, an evaluation may be needed.
  • Can my child benefit from both private speech/language therapy and school services?
    Absolutely! Many children participate in private therapy at Bloom Pediatric Therapy in addition to school services. We also treat children who would benefit from speech services but may not qualify due to the strict criteria needed to qualify for public school-based services.
  • Do you take insurance?
    Bloom Pediatric Therapy is in network with: Blue Cross Blue Shield United Healthcare Aetna BlueCare UHC Community Plan TennCare Select
  • What if my insurance is not on the in network list:
    We accept private pay and can provide a Superbill, a document that can be used to file for reimbursement directly with your insurance provider. Please refer to your health insurance plan to determine reimbursement eligibility.
  • How it works?
    Free 15 minute consultation: We’ll discuss your concerns and decide whether or not an evaluation or services is warranted Comprehensive evaluation: We’ll use skilled observation and various assessment methods to determine strengths and weaknesses Individualized treatment plan: You will receive an evaluation report with the findings, goals, and recommendations Treatment sessions: therapy will address your child’s specific goals and needs
  • Where are you located?
    541 N Mt Juliet Rd, Suite 2201A Mount Juliet, TN 37122
  • What types of payment do you accept?
    We currently accept cash, check, and all major credit cards. In addition, the majority of speech and language therapy services can be paid for using your flexible spending account (FSA) or healthcare savings account (HSA). Payment is required at the time of service.
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2730 N Mt Juliet Rd, Mount Juliet, TN 37122

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