Welcome!

MPM Creative Therapy Services is a pediatric therapy practice. We offer speech therapy services via tele-health and home based environments. MPMC is a Babies Can’t Wait provider in Gwinnett County in the state of Georgia.

MPMC also offers parent coaching for special needs. We know that supporting your little with developmental delays can be hard! If you need some extra support, a place to talk through strategies, we've got you! Schedule a parent coaching session!  

Our Team

Marcy Meredith

M.M., M.S. CCC-SLP

  • 20 years of teaching experience.

  • CEO of MPM Creative Therapy Services

  • Master of Music with a concentration in vocal performance from Georgia State University 2003

  • Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders from University of South Florida, Tampa 2012

Nancy Meredith-Molloy

B.S. / Administration

Nancy Davis

Medical Billing

Nancy performs administrative and intake tasks for MPMC. Nancy retired after 28 years of service with the Center for Disease Control (CDC) as a medical technologist. Her work in Newborn Screening Infant Metabolic Testing and Quality Assurance Program helped to save lives all over the world by regulating and setting standards for infant blood spot testing. When you call our office, Nancy will be one of the professionals helping to guide you.

Nancy enjoys camping, gardening, and spending time with her family.  

Nancy Davis has 10 years of experience in the medical billing field. Nancy has worked with the Babies Can't Wait Program using her specialty for over 6 years. She enjoys spending time with her family, dog babies, and spending quality time with her grandchildren. 

Our Offerings

MPMC is a pediatric therapy practice that offers speech, language, and feeding therapy in Lilburn, Georgia. We are a Babies Can't Wait provider for the state of Georgia in Gwinnett County. 

 

MPMC also offers parent coaching!  

Our Mission

At MPM Creative Therapy Services, our goal is to provide pediatric speech, language, and feeding therapy for children. Early intervention is a critical component to helping children with delays successfully achieve momentum that will propel them to functional and meaningful engagement in their daily lives.