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Staff

Jennifer Bondurant

M.A., Licensed Professional Counselor, Director of the Counseling Center
jbondurant@randolphcollege.edu

Jennifer Bondurant is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has been in the Behavioral Health field for 16 years. Jennifer has a BA in Psychology from Roanoke College and a MA in Community Counseling from Marymount University. She began her career with the Fairfax County-Falls Church Community Services Board and focused her clinical energy on families impacted by Domestic Violence. She moved back to Lynchburg in 2007 and worked under the clinical supervision of Dr. Stephen Greenstein and immersed herself in the practice of using the Family Systems model. She joined Horizon Behavioral Health in 2011. Her most recent role was Portfolio Director of Admissions and she provided oversight to a clinical team completing thorough admission assessments and developing treatment recommendations for children and adults displaying mental health symptoms and/or struggling with substance use disorders. Other roles included the management of the outpatient Wellness Clinics in Amherst, Appomattox, and Campbell County as well as direct clinical supervision of the Crisis Stabilization and Detox Unit and Emergency Services Team.

Jennifer is thrilled to begin her new chapter working with the faculty and students at Randolph College.

LuAnn Keener-Mikenas

LuAnn Keener-Mikenas

LuAnn Keener-Mikenas

M.S.W., Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
lmikenas@randolphcollege.edu
B.A. East Texas University, M.A. North Texas State University, M.F.A. University of Arkansas, M.S.W. Virginia Commonwealth University

LuAnn joined the Counseling Center in 2005, after working for several years at Bridges Residential Treatment Center; she also has a private practice in Lynchburg.  She encourages clients to use their creativity and spiritual resources, and is supportive of alternative therapies for health and wellness. She works with a broad range of issues, including eating disorders, relationship issues, and trauma recovery.  Prior to her career change she taught English and creative writing at Virginia Tech. She continues to write and is an award winning published poet.

Fred Ickes

Licensed Professional Counselor
fickes@randolphcollege.edu
B.A. University of Notre Dame, M.R.P. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, M.P.A. Virginia Polytechnic University, M.Ed. Lynchburg College

Fred is a Licensed Professional Counselor with 16 years of counseling experience. He previously worked at the Hampden-Sydney College Wellness Center, Horizon Behavioral Health, the City of Lynchburg Department of Social Services, and the FOCUS Women’s Resource Center in Charlottesville. He also has a private practice in Lynchburg at the Peachtree Counseling Center. Fred is experienced in working on anger management, anxiety, ADHD, conflict resolution, low self-esteem, career development, communication skills, relationship issues, and stress management. He spent two years studying abroad and has a special interest in other cultures and languages.

Michael Judd

M.D., Psychiatrist

Medication/psychiatric referrals are made off-campus most often to Dr. Michael Judd at Piedmont Psychiatric Center.  Randolph College Counseling Center staff will assist students with the referral process. Students use their insurance for his services.

Dylan Elliott

Graduate Student Intern
B.S. Lynchburg College, Graduate Student at Lynchburg College in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Dylan is a current graduate student at the University of Lynchburg pursuing a degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Outside of working in the Counseling Center, he is also is a psychology lab instructor at the University of Lynchburg. He enjoys bringing research and creative solutions from his courses into his counseling work. His previous experience has been centered on high school students and community college students on a various issues. Dylan is interested in a wide variety of issues including: relationship issues, anxiety, stress management, communication skills, and creative intervention strategies.

 

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