Kim Burian, Therapist
Kim Burian received her Master’s in Counseling from Rider University and is a member of the American Counseling Association. Kim is a National Certified Counselor (NCC) and is working toward becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). She participated in a Thanatology Certificate Program at Bucks County Community College and has obtained a Certification in Thanatology (CT) – Death, Dying and Bereavement – through the Association for Death Education and Counseling (ADEC). Kim also has a certification in Secondary School Counseling.
Kim’s background includes working for the Cancer Support Community, a non-profit organization offering support to those whose lives have been affected by cancer. She also has experience working specifically with women who have/had breast cancer and with adolescents in a high school and alternative school setting. Additionally, Kim’s life journey with personal experience in untimely death and the journey toward healing helps her find a great sense of compassion and understanding for the unique aspects of her clients’ grief.
Embracing a client-centered counseling theory, Kim strives to provide genuine support, caring and warmth. Communicating a deep sense of understanding and empathy, Kim’s goal is to create a safe and supportive environment to help her clients find meaningful ways to navigate through their grief.
In addition to being a therapist at the Center, Kim can be found facilitating groups and participating in Nello’s Corner and Camp Millie when needed. She is also involved in our professional trainings as well as active in the public realm, consulting and networking with others working towards the betterment of the community.
Contact Kim at 610-222-4110 ext. 121 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org