Emily Zobanov, M.A., LAPC

Adults • Young Adults • Couples
770-218-9005 x106 • ezobanov@fountaingate.com

Days: Tues 8-12, Sat 8-4
Fee: $80, sliding scale available

Insurance: (none)


B.A. in Political Science, Samford University.
M.A. in Professional Counseling, Liberty University.


Licensed Associate Professional Counselor (LAPC) in the State of Georgia


Seeking Safety (an evidenced-based treatment for co-occurring PTSD and addiction)

Professional Membership

Licensed Professional Counselors Association of Georgia (LPCA)

Previous Experience

Parent Educator for "Parents as Teachers Plus" (an evidence-based, court approved, home visiting parent education program). Healthy Start Coalition of Pinellas County, Florida.
Substance Abuse Counselor Intern. Salvation Army Center of Hope, Sarasota, Florida.
Family Advocate Intern. Family Resources, Inc., St. Petersburg, Florida.
Crisis Pregancy Counselor. Pregnancy Center of Pinellas County, Florida.

Special Interests

Women's issues
Addictions and Trauma
Depression and Anxiety
Boundary issues and co-dependency
Grief and loss
Personal growth, identity, and life transitions
Spiritual issues and growth
Couples/Marriage communication


Emily grew up in north Alabama and moved with her husband, two children, and cat from St. Petersburg, Florida to north Georgia to be closer to family. Growing up in church, Emily heard about God and the Bible's teachings but only began to grow in her relationship with Christ after a college mission trip to Russia. She met and married her husband in Russia and continued to grow in her faith through marriage, parenthood, and life's ups and downs. Emily enjoys traveling, reading, watercolor painting, and learning Russian.


Emily believes that God uses people to help those who are hurting find relief, hope, and restoration. Scripture tells us that where God's Spirit is, there is freedom. Emily views the counseling process as coming alongside others to walk with them through pain in the hope that God will use her to help people find renewal and freedom. We have a Savior who has lived among us and who has experienced emotional suffering just as we do. He desires for us to be free spiritually so that we can enjoy fellowship with God and with one another.


Visit Emily's blog at Everyday Glories