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 [email protected].
Brian Davies, LPC
My name is Brian Davies, and I graduated from The College of Idaho in 2002 with majors in psychology and creative writing. I played soccer throughout college and helped my team win the Regional Championship in British Colombia and qualify for the NAIA National Tournament in 2001.
I earned my master’s degree in counseling from Idaho State University in 2014, and have been counseling college students for nearly four years. One of my greatest joys is seeing thoughtful people grow, find fulfillment, and broaden their perspective.
I believe therapeutic change and healing occur when two people relate to one another with authenticity and compassion in an atmosphere free of judgment, and this is what I try to provide for my clients. When people are struggling, their thinking and behavior often turns rigid and their emotions become overwhelming and hard to regulate. In the counseling room, I help clients identify and clarify their thoughts, feelings, and values so they can be integrated into a more unified system of self.
Because developing a clearer understanding of yourself and your capabilities is a critical step toward fulfilling your potential, increasing self-awareness is a primary objective of my style of counseling. If you have questions about counseling or ever just want to chat, feel free to come by my office anytime.
Brian can be reached at (208) 459-5066 or [email protected].