Katy Janousek is a LAPC (Licensed Associate Professional Counselor) who works with individuals and couples.
Katy holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Virginia Tech (2005), a Master of Science in Public Health Education from James Madison University (2007), and Master of Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from The University of Georgia (2020).
From 2008 to 2018 Katy served as the Sexual Health Coordinator at the University of Georgia Health Center. In that role she guest lectured, created outreach programs, counseled individuals and couples, and supervised a volunteer student group. She also served as the LGBT Resource Center’s Liaison for UGA’s Health Center and received the 2015 Founder’s Award for her substantial and lasting contributions to the queer community.
As a sex-educator-turned-therapist, Katy enjoys facilitating explorations of sexual orientation, gender identity, intimate relationships, and sexual (dys)function through a sex-positive, queer-affirming lens. Her primary theoretical orientation is a blend of feminist and critical theories with experience navigating issues such as: disordered eating, body image, self-compassion, developmental trauma, and relationship trauma. Building off of her medical background, she has a rich network of healthcare specialists who may also aid in your healing and growth.
Katy is proudly child-free by choice, living with her partner, dog, and cat. She is an avid reader (and former Avid bookseller), gardener, and water aerobics enthusiast.
Katy’s Rate: $50-85 (Sliding Scale) per 1-hour session, please see our Rates & Insurance page for more details
Please note: due to Katy working towards her full LPC counseling licensure and completing her LAPC supervision time, she is legally unable to accept any form of insurance.