Our Counselors

All College of Idaho students can visit the Counseling Center without charge. Meet our counselors:

Cynthia Mauzerall, LCPC

My name is Cynthia Mauzerall and I have been a counselor at The College of Idaho since 2007. I have been a licensed clinical professional counselor in the state of Idaho since 2002.  In 1996, I graduated from Wake Forest University (B.A). Psychology) where I had the opportunity to compete in Division 1 Cross-Country and Track and Field.  My passion for health and wellness was also channeled into Wake’s Peer Health Educator program.  I also became a volunteer for a suicide and crisis hotline and that sparked an on-going involvement in suicide prevention.  I earned my master’s in Clinical Psychology at Pepperdine University in 1998.

I am a compassionate therapist who uses eclectic approaches to facilitate healing with clients from various ethnicities, backgrounds, and belief systems.  My hope is that you as a College of Idaho student come to realize your own unique purpose and place in the world.  If you choose to walk through the Counseling Center door, I feel proud that you began on a journey toward healing that takes courage to begin.   It is easy to settle for a less-than satisfying life.  I believe embarking on a therapeutic journey is a pronouncement to oneself that “I deserve more”.  Healing can take many forms, among my favorite modes of healing include person-centered, mindfulness-based stress-reduction, and cognitive-behavioral therapies.  A motto that speaks to me and guides my work as a counselor is “People will forget what you said; People will forget what you did. But people will never forget how you made them feel."  -Maya Angelou

Cynthia can be reached at (208) 459-5561 or cmauzerall@collegeofidaho.edu.


Brian Davies, LPC

(biography to come!)

Brian can be reached at (208) 459-5066 or bdavies@collegeofidaho.edu.


Julie Dillehay, LCPC

Julie Dillehay, LCPC, is a Certified School Psychologist She received her Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor status in 1991. She is on campus evenings part-time, and can be reached at (208) 459-5066 or jdillehay@collegeofidaho.edu