Meet Our Team
Lance founded PPT in 2016 after overseeing his family owned daycares for 8 years and working for the school system for 5 years. Lance wanted Nelson County to have a place where families and children could receive exceptional services to help them become their best. PPT is all that he hoped it could be.
Mental Health Therapist
Rachel shares ownership of PPT with her husband Lance. Rachel's background is in Mental Health and she has been a Social Worker for more than 17 years. Rachel oversees the day to day operations at PPT and when she is not working she enjoys spending time with Lance and their two children, Laken and Preston.
Jennifer is our most experienced staff person at PPT and holds the title of Clinic Supervisor. She oversees all therapeutic programs and assists with coordinating collaboration between disciplines. She is a wealth of knowledge and expertise and is always willing to help less experienced staff develop their skill-set and find their niche.
Carolyn is the glue that holds PPT together. She has been with us since the very beginning and has been instrumental in helping us grow and become an integral part of our community. Day to day she helps make sure things run smoothly at PPT and if anyone ever has a question most likely Carolyn will know the answer.
Ms. Antonia, as most kids call her, is front and center at PPT. She manages our front desk and does all of our scheduling. Additionally she supports our therapists when they are providing services to our Spanish speaking families. She is quite the jewel.
My name is Mollie Jo Clements and I have been a pediatric speech language pathologist for 4 years. I attended Murray State University where I earned a bachelors and masters in communication science. I've always had a heart for helping others and working with children so when choosing a career I knew speech language pathology was the perfect fit for me. I love helping children find their voices and being able to do this through play is just the cherry on top. I believe God led me to this field for a reason and I plan to continue building my skills to provide the best services. I have a particular interest and love for treating pediatric speech sound disorders, including childhood apraxia of speech, articulation delays/disorders, and phonological delays/disorders.
Morgan loves to help children become as independent as possible. Whether that be tying their own shoes, managing their clothing or having success in the classroom, she enjoys helping children develop their fine and visual motor skills for increased participation in their daily lives. When she is not working, she loves spending time with her two dogs, friends and family.