Meet Our Staff

Bill Burrichter

Dr. Bill Burrichter, PhD, NCC, LPC | bburrichter@lbc.edu

Associate Professor
Director of the Counseling and Career Center
Chair, Department of Counseling and Social Work

Education
B.A. in Psychology and Sociology from Houghton College
M.S. in Counseling and Human Relations from Villanova University
Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Walden University

Special Training/Experience
Certified Secondary School Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor
National Board Certified Counselor

Previous Employment
Secondary School Counselor at Pequea Valley High School
Professional Counselor at New Life Counseling Services, LLC

Why C3@LBC
In 2010 I moved from part-time to full-time status at LBC. As I learned more about the needs student’s faced on campus I became passionate about developing a professional and comprehensive counseling and career center that would meet the ever growing and changing needs of students on our campus. The fall of 2013 was an exciting time of offering praise to God for his faithfulness in the development of C3@LBC. I have been amazed and humbled by his blessing of support, resources and incredible reception by students, faculty and administration. To God be the glory for the great things he has done!
Thomas Starr

Thomas Starr, MS | tstarr@lbc.edu

Counselor/Assistant professor
Counseling and Career Center Coordinator

Education
BA in Youth Ministry, Sociology from Eastern University
MS in Adult Counseling Certification in Secondary School Counseling from West Chester University

Special Training/ Experience
Certificate in Marriage and Family therapy from Shippensburg University
Certificate in Elementary Education, Special Education K-12, MS Math and MS English
Will acquire Licensed Professional Counselor Certification by June 2014

Previous Employment
Secondary School Counselor for 7 years at Annville-Cleona in Annville, PA

Why God lead me to C3@LBC
This position was an answer to prayer for my wife and me. We had been asking God and considering what might be the next step in my career progression. When this position was first made known to me, I just knew it was where I needed to be. I was really praying that it was where God wanted me to be. I believe that issues and concerns that are addressed during this time in an individual’s life could provide for tremendous growth opportunities as they mature and develop in their faith and career progression.


Kim Blest

Kimberly Blest, MA | kblest@lbc.edu

Part-Time Campus Counselor at the Counseling and Career Center

Education
BS Human Resource Management from Messiah College
MA Marriage and Family Counseling from Lancaster Bible College

Special Training/ Experience
Currently working on Licensed Professional Counselor Certification

Previous Employment
Program Therapist, Philhaven Day Hospital

Why I counsel at LBC?
I love working with college age students. So much happens during those four years in terms of gaining independence, formulating a worldview, and cementing one’s faith. I consider it a privilege to journey alongside these young adults as they learn and grow.