Puzzle Peace Creative Counseling Solutions


Puzzle Peace Creative Counseling Solutions, LLC

UPDATED: April 11, 2022

Every person who walks through our doors is treated with compassion, respect, and empathy. Because each person is unique and valued, we develop creative, client centered therapeutic interventions tailored to individual needs and goals. We believe that people can be successful if given the right tools, support and resources. What makes PPCCS special and different from other practices is that quality will always trump quantity for me as the practice director/owner including quiet, spacious offices with plenty of natural light to make you feel welcome and comfortable. We have a passion for serving and promoting the mental health of our community. Our community deserves nothing less.

Services Provided:

Collaboration with schools and healthcare providers
Support network building/resources
Education and awareness
Parent and sibling support/counseling services
Social skills groups
ADOS-2 testing/evaluation; ages 3 through adult

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • Call for Fee
  • Private Insurance


Puzzle Peace Creative Counseling Solutions
304 East Main Street, Suite #5
Wilmore, KY 40390
United States



(888) 816-1469



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