Licensed Louisville Therapist Rebecca Street is Passionate about Helping Families, Children and Teens Express Themselves and Come Together

Here’s our very own Rebecca Street, LMFT featured in an article about her joining the Creative Family Counseling Team.  Check it out!

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Creative Family Counseling’s Lola the Therapy Dog Featured in Today’s Woman Magazine

Lola is Famous!

A couple years ago a photo of Lola enjoying her “Puppicino” (whip cream in a cup) from Heine Brothers’ Coffee was shown in a Heine Brothers’ commercial.  This past March, she was featured in an article of Today’s Woman, who highlighted the amazing work that Therapy Animals provide.  At Creative Family Counseling, Lola offers Animal-Assisted Therapy.  She is such a special member of the CFC Team, and clients understand the gift of a therapy animal when they experience Lola’s gentle and sweet presence. Learn More...

Creative Family Counseling, a Therapy Practice Offering Counseling to Children, Adults, and Families, Announces New Website and Practice Location in Louisville, Kentucky

Creative Family Counseling, owned by Clinical Director Lacey Ryan, LMFT, is excited to announce the launch of a new website design and the opening of a new practice location in Louisville, Kentucky. The new website design features overviews of the counseling services offered at Creative Family Counseling, information on the therapeutic specialties available, history of the team of therapists, therapy resources, testimonials, and more. Along with the new website design, Creative Family Counseling has opened the doors of a new practice location at 8134 New LaGrange Road, Suite 227, in Louisville, Kentucky and the practice is currently accepting new patients. Learn More...

Who Is Creative Family Counseling?

Creative Family Counseling includes a group of therapists who share a like-minded approach to working with clients. This approach is collaborative – we are not experts on your life. You are. While our training and experience inform our ways of interacting with clients and any recommendations we might make as your Therapists, you are ultimately the decision maker on any changes you make in your life. We feel a collaborative approach is more respectful of the client’s own innate abilities to provide healing and be agents of change for themselves. Learn More...