Counseling Center Staff

Meet the Staff

Scott DavisScott Davis, LCSW-S, LCDC
Phone:  512-313-5032
Email:  scott.davis@concordia.edu
Office:  F-112

Scott graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a Master’s of Science in Social Work. He has a Bachelor’s of Business Administration from Texas Christian University and an Associate’s of Applied Science in Culinary Arts from Johnson and Wales University. Scott’s experience includes providing community based mental healthcare with Integral Care, substance use care at Travis County and the City of Austin. He previously counseled college students at UT Austin. Scott believes that the goal of counseling is understanding and with that understanding, change can occur. College can be a difficult transition with stressful adjustments which can impact your ability to be successful. Scott has helped clients address trauma, depression, relationships issues, substance use, LGBTQ concerns, and many other life challenges.

Scott Davis is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Supervisor. Additionally Scott is a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor.


Rebekah CapriglioneRebekah Capriglione, LPC-Intern
Phone:  512-313-5652
Email:  rebekah.capriglione@concordia.edu
Office:  F-111

Bekah graduated from University of Mary Hardin-Baylor with her Master’s in Clinician Mental Health Counseling. She has a Bachelor’s of Psychology from Indiana State University. Bekah’s experience includes providing community mental health services to adults and school-based mental health care to children and families in the state of Indiana. She has previously counseled students at University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in their campus counseling center. She has a passion for encouraging clients to grow and discover their strengths. Together, she and clients will work from a holistic, collaborative view, aiming to facilitate change and empowerment. Bekah is passionate about trauma-informed care and has experience with universal issues including anxiety, depression, adjustment, insecurity, trauma, and relationship struggles.

Rebekah Capriglione is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Intern and is clinically supervised by Sarah Walters, LPC-S.