Become and Advocate and Ally for Students Who Need Support
Advocate for Vulnerable Students
At Capital Seminary & Graduate School, we realize the desperate need for expertly trained Christian professionals to serve in our nation’s schools as school counselors. That’s where you come in.
If you want to make a real difference in the lives of students, consider becoming a school counselor. Our MEd program is founded on a Christian view of persons (called the Integrative Psychotherapy Model) and is an ideal fit for educators, parents of school‐age children, and recent college graduates. When you study at LBC | Capital, you’ll enter the field with over 600 hours of field experience in the elementary, middle, and high school settings – because we believe in ensuring that you, our student, are well-equipped for your future.
The program is delivered in a blended format, combining the convenience of online learning, without sacrificing important face-to-face interactions gained from classroom instruction. But that’s not all the makes us unique. Through our program, you can:
*In the past, school counselors were called guidance counselors.
“Let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.” – Matthew 5:16
Get an overview of Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School’s counseling programs, hear from our faculty and students in the counseling programs, and see if LBC | Capital is where God is leading you.
Dr. Ryan Kuehner
Chair, Counseling & Social Work Dept. and Director, M.A. in Professional Counseling (PA)
“Arguably the most encompassing demonstration of the commonalities between professional counseling and God’s Word can be seen in Christ’s declaration ‘…but everyone who is fully trained will be like their teacher.’ This not only informs the work we do and the way we teach, but also who we are and who we become.” — Dr. KuehnerRead Bio
Dr. Gary Troxell
“My teaching style and design is purposed towards assisting students to incorporate a biblical worldview in their thinking, with an integrationist perspective, in order to utilize the Book of God’s Word and the Book of God’s Works to seek Him further.” — Dr. TroxellRead Bio