Hours of Operation
Hours vary by therapist and are appointment only
Week Day, Evenings, and Weekends available.
Georgetown Counseling Services, LLC opened in July of 2016. Kim Johnson, MSW, LCSW is the owner and a therapist with the practice. Kim is a native of Georgetown and has lived here the majority of her life. The need for mental health services is on the rise across our country and GCS was opened to help address those needs in our growing community and surrounding counties in a quality way using evidence based treatments.
Insurances accepted vary by therapist
Most Private insurances and some medicaid plans, including but not limited to (please ask about specific policy coverage):
Humana, Anthem, United Health Care, Optum, Beacon, Cigna, Aetna, Aetna EAP, Compsych,Ceridian, Lifeworks, Caresource, Baptist Health, Wellcare, Anthem Medicaid
Kim Johnson, MSW, LCSW
BA, Psychology 1996
University of Kentucky
Licensed Clinical Social Worker #3292, Kentucky Board of Social Work 2009-Present
Affiliations and Therapy Specialities
Kentucky Clinical Social Work Association
ADAA, Anxiety and Depression Association of America
Trauma Based Cognitive Behavioral therapy(TF-CBT)
Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
I diagnose and treat children, adolescents, adults, and families. I provide therapy services for a variety of needs and concerns including: anxiety and depressive disorders, adjustment disorders, attention-related disorders, like ADHD, oppositional defiant disorder, social/communication disorders, relationship issues, family difficulties, those searching for ways to improve their marriage/relationships and problems stemming from trauma.
Amy Cooper-Puckett, MSW, LCSW
University of Louisville, Kent School of Social Work, Louisville, KY, Master of Science in Social Work 1999
Western Kentucky University, Bachelor of Science in Social Work 1996
Licensed Clinical Social Worker #1759, Kentucky Board of Social Work 2003-Present
BLAKE JONES, PhD., LCSW
I have been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker since 1998, and I love to help my clients and their families in becoming healthier and more fulfilled. I treat older teens, adults, couples and families, and my areas of specialty include working with anxiety and depression, couples counseling, work-related issues, helping college students and their families, and counseling first responders (i.e., police officers, firefighter, and dispatchers).
I am a faculty member at the University of Kentucky College of Social Work where I teach clinical courses in the graduate program. I also do research on suicide prevention, and I host a monthly podcast called “Social Work Conversations”:https://socialwork.uky.edu/podcast/ My education includes a B.A. from Berea College, and a MSW and Ph.D. from the University of Kentucky.
My “style” of counseling is very practical. As a social worker, I believe that everyone has strengths and that my job is to help clients move forward in their lives. I provide lots of tools (i.e., book recommendations, apps, web sites) and check in frequently with my clients about progress made toward their goals. My clinical orientation tends to fall into the realms of cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness practices, and person-centered therapy.
I accept most insurances and I have a per hour private pay rate. I have been married to my wife—an occupational therapist—since 1995, and we have two older teenage sons. For self-care, I run (slowly), play racquetball, and I am a multi-instrumentalist musician.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
SKILLS System (DBT adapted)
Rebecca Stevens, LPCC
University of Northern Colorado
BA, Psychology 1996
Asbury Seminary, Lexington KY
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, LPCC
I work with adults, adolescents, children, and families to empower you to make healthy choices for you and your family. I have worked with individuals facing a variety of concerns including anxiety, depression, adjustment disorders, relationships issues, behavioral issues, and trauma.
It is my desire to empower you to gain self-awareness, develop/achieve your goals, and build healthy coping skills that will strengthen your relationships and ability to cope with stress that you experience in day to day life.