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Kimberly Mood, M.S. OTR/L

Owner and occupational therapist

While working as an Early Interventionist after college, Kimberly realized that she had a passion for empowering children and their families and chose to further her education to receive her Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy and certification. 

After years of helping children throughout the Rock Hill area, Kimberly’s dream of opening her own practice to continue supporting families through in home and clinic based therapy came to fruition and thus Carolina Therapy Solutions for Kids was born.

When she's not working, you'll find Kimberly with her husband Kevin and their two kids. She loves family time and, if "spare time" were a real thing, she'd love to be playing volleyball, rafting over whitewater rapids, or traveling. 

Shakeena Fowler

Office Assistant & Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA/L)

Shakeena, originally from Duncan, SC, earned a Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science from Lander University in Greenwood, SC and an Associates degree as an Occupational Therapy Assistant from Piedmont Technical College of Newberry, SC.


She has coached basketball teams, hosted basketball camps, volunteered for the Special Olympics, and traveled to Washington, DC and Philadelphia as an advocate for occupational therapy professional associations.


In her spare time, Shakeena enjoys watching movies, traveling, church, and spending time with family. 


"I am very passionate about my career as a COTA, and I am very excited about this field because it uses activities that are most important to people as the beginning and end goals of therapy. As I begin this journey as a COTA my goal is to communicate, facilitate, educate, and support all efforts into patient and family-centered care." 

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Leigh Anne Miller

Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA/L)

Originally from Statesville, North Carolina, I have an extensive background working with children. I earned my bachelor’s degree in Special Education at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (go 49ers). I have since become a passionate therapist and advocate for children with disabilities as well as their families. I graduated from the Occupational Therapy Assistant program at Rowan Cabarrus Community College with high honors and earned an award for an adaptive equipment design and prototype at the state conference. 


When I’m not working, I enjoy being outdoors to camp, hike, kayak, and exploring new places with my husband and our dog. I enjoy sports of all types, watching them and participating in competitive games. When it comes to a new adventure, I never say no!


Occupational therapy has done more for me than I ever thought was possible. It's changed my life and I am excited to share this wonderful profession with the community of Rock Hill!

Lori Knight

Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA/L)

Lori, originally from Orangeburg, South Carolina, graduated from Greenville Technical College in 2014 with her Associates Degree in Occupational Therapy Assistant.  Her niece, Zoe, has been her biggest inspiration, and is what sparked her interest in the therapy field.  As a child with Mosaic Down Syndrome, Zoe has shown Lori the impact this field has on the lives of children with special needs. She loves working with children, and think the world would be a lot better if we could all see things through their eyes.  


Lori is a huge Clemson fan and never misses a game during football season. She loves the outdoors, enjoys camping in the mountains or at the beach, and spending free time with her friends and family. 

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Kendra Sholar

Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA/L)

Originally from Pin Hook, North Carolina, Kendra graduated from Cape Fear Community College in 2015 with her Associates Degree in Occupational Therapy Assistant. She has extensie training in neurological disorders with which she enjoys working across all ages. Since becoming a mom in 2019, Kendra's passion for Occupational Therapy has shiftered focus to working with children. She understands the importance of children and their families having an advocate and strives to make a difference in their lives. 

Kendra love being outdoors when she is not working. Along with her husband and daughter, she enjoys exploring new places, listening to live music, and spending as much time on the beach as possible. She also has a huge sports-loving family, which means if she's not watching a game on TV, she's probably at a local game cheering on a family member or her favorite team!

Jamia Hope

Speech Language Pathologist

Jamia will be joining our speech team 

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Courtney Green

Speech Language Pathologist

Courtney M. Green M.S., CCC-SLP is a national and state certified Speech Language Pathologist. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2006 from Winthrop University. After graduating from Winthrop, Courtney furthered her education at Western Carolina University receiving her master’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2008.


Since finishing graduate school, Courtney has dedicated her career to working with the pediatric population addressing communication difficulties. Over the past ten years Courtney has enjoyed working with children in their natural environments. When she is not helping children and teens communicate, Courtney enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with her husband and three children.

Rachel Cranford

Special Projects and Web Manager

After being an elementary school teacher for 9 years, Rachel became a part of the CTS for Kids team to help her friend Kim fulfill her dream. Now, she cheers on the CTS for Kids family from the sidelines and manages digital and special projects. 


In her spare time, Rachel enjoys camping and hiking with her husband Daniel and baby son Bowen, kayaking, creating, and reading a good book. Any recommendations? Let her know!