Dr. Cyndia K. Glorfield holds a Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Counseling and a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, both from Idaho State University. Dr. Glorfield has been teaching for 16 years in both Counselor Education and Addiction Studies and is currently a contributing faculty member in Counselor Education at Walden University.
Dr. Glorfield has presented on a variety of topics locally, regionally, and nationally and has served on various committees for professional conferences. Additionally, she is a CACREP site evaluator and has participated in CACREP site visits and self-studies. Her research interests include professional ethics, gatekeeping, grief and loss, and supervision.
Dr. Glorfield is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) in both Idaho and Nevada and is a board-approved supervisor in both states. She maintains a clinical practice where she sees a variety of populations. Dr. Glorfield’s clinical positions have included clinical supervisor and clinical director.
PhD, Idaho State University
MA, Idaho State University
BS, Boise State University