Your comfort with your care is our #1 goal

You could choose any Counseling facility you wanted, but you came here. We appreciate your trust and want to work hard to earn it every day. Here's the first step in that trust-building journey.



David Routt

CEO/Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

David is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) in Idaho and a National Certified Counselor (NCC). He draws from many different counseling techniques and styles to ensure that whatever the issue, a plan can be made to help. He is the founder of Totius Therapies and has a Masters in Business Administration from Western Governors University. He received his Bachelors in Information Technology from Kaplan University and his Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Northwest Nazarene University. David is a certified PCIT Therapist, certified by the UC Davis CAARE Center in 2017. David is also an Academic Associate in Logotherapy and Level 2 trained in the Gottman Method of Couples Counseling.

Elizabeth McDougall

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Elizabeth McDougall is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with more than 17 years of experience providing mental health services in Canyon County. Her goal is to create healthy families through positive mental health. She works with a wide range of clientele from small children to adolescents, adults, and older adults utilizing. The type of therapy used is based on client needs and includes play therapy, individual therapy, and family therapy. She is integrative in her approach utilizing many different techniques based on the client’s needs and situation.
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Michael Wilson

Licensed Professional Counselor

Michael (he, him, his) earned his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in LGBT Studies from University of North Texas in 2016, and earned his Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Texas Woman's University in 2019. Michael has worked in private practices and university counseling settings, and as such has experience working with a wide range of folks with diverse identities, concerns, and goals. As a queer person, Michael has a passion and experience for working with the unique experiences of LGBTQ folks, as well as young adults and men. He is kink-aware and poly/CNM-affirming. Michael uses an integrative approach to therapy to tailor his approach for each individual. He is drawn to helping people experiencing dissatisfaction in life or relationships begin to understand the many moving pieces in their life and arrange them in a way that brings peace and satisfaction.

Mary Kay Gordon-Brunner

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Mary Kay Gordon-Brunner is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Clinical Supervisor with over 15 years experience. She has a dual Masters of Gerontology and Social Work from Northwest Nazarene University and graduated with Honors. She has advanced training in individual and family therapy using Adlerian Techniques and is a member of Idaho Society of Individual Psychology. She has Level II training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing from the EMDR Institute, Wilsonville, California.

Mary Kay incorporates different treatment modalities, including brief solution-focused therapies, cognitive-behavioral therapies, and the family systems model, with an emphasis on Adlerian individual and family techniques. She has also conducted end-of-life and grief groups, mood disorder groups, and Family Support Groups.




Hijiriko Castleman

Counselor Intern

Hijiriko is currently a Counselor in Training at Idaho State University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling Master’s program and received a B.S. in Psychology and B.A. in Japanese Language at the University of Oregon. Hijiriko is particularly passionate about working with adolescents and young adults that are either at-risk or are within re-entry post-incarceration, and she has worked and researched within the realm of re-entry for the past year and a half.
Hijiriko is Japanese American and grew up, studied, and worked in both Japan and Oregon. She is fluent in Japanese and has studied the culture, history, and languages of German, Spanish, Arabic, and Russian in varying depth. As a biracial individual, Hijiriko emphasizes the importance of understanding intersectionality and multiculturalism in her work, and she strives for individualized care in the counseling setting.

Tyra Rickman

Counselor Intern

Tyra is a Counselor in Training at Idaho State University’s Marriage and Family Counseling program. She obtained her B.S. from the College of Idaho here in Caldwell with a minor in coaching. Tyra is most interested in blended and non-typical family dynamics. Growing up in a blended family and currently being a part of one has fostered a healthy passion for understanding and navigating the beautiful and often challenging process of blending families. Client identity is vital to her, and meeting each client where they’re currently at with an open, non-judgmental experience to aid in the journey we call life.


Marcus Sappington

Counselor Intern

Marcus is a Counselor in Training at Idaho State University studying Clinical Mental Health Counseling. They received a Bachelors in Psychology from Boise State University. Marcus is excited to work with a wide variety of clients, and is especially interested in working with the LGBTQ+ community. They aim to accept clients where they are at in their lives, and create an environment that helps clients feel safe to explore any topic. Outside of counseling, Marcus likes to spend their time at concerts or in nature.

Andrea Mikkelson

Counselor Intern

Andrea Mikkelson (she/her) is a counselor in training at Idaho State University’s Marriage, Couple, & Family Counseling Master’s program and received her undergraduate degree in Marriage and Family Studies. She seeks to help others improve self-awareness and the quality of their relationships. Andrea desires to help mediate misunderstandings, difficult conversations, and foster good communication and expression. She feels strongly that all individuals, couples, and families are worthy of being well, having meaning in their lives, satisfying relationships, and living authentically. Andrea enjoys live music, practicing her Spanish, trying new foods, and spending time with her five children and husband of 22 years.


Rylee Driscoll

Counselor Intern

Rylee (she/her) is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor in Training at Idaho State University. She received her Bachelors degree in Sociology from Boise State University. Rylee is interested in new and growing families, as well as individual well-being. She strives to create a safe environment for all to explore their personal and/or family goals, process developmental and life events, and explore meaning. Rylee has studied the importance of prenatal and postpartum care for individuals and families experiencing this life change.

Rylee enjoys spending time with her husband and kids, reading, and spending time outside.

Administrative Staff


Danielle Basaldua

Office Administrator

Danielle has worked in healthcare for 16 years; with the last 6 years being in mental health. She is an Idaho native, and loves our beautiful State. Danielle enjoys meeting new people, and being the friendly face that greets clients when they come into our office. When she is not working she enjoys spending time with her family, photography, and taking her daughter to explore new surroundings.

Lex Jones

Office Administrator

Lex is an undergraduate student at the College of Idaho, where they study sociology. After graduation, Lex plans to attend graduate school, and ultimately go on to pursue a career in counseling. They have a passion for mental health and enjoy being able to make the office a welcoming space for our clients. When they’re not working, Lex enjoys reading new books and spending time with Iolite, their black cat.


You are our priority

Allow us to show you what it looks like to have options. All of our therapists are specially trained in couples and family therapies so you can get the help that you need. After all, you are our priority.