CASC Award Recipient
University of Redlands Professor is honored with the California Association of School Counselor’s (CASC) Counselor Advocate of the Year Award
School of Education professor Dr. Janee Both Gragg is honored for her inspiring work in transforming teachers into school counselors.
REDLANDS, Nov. 20, 2012 – Dr. Janee Both Gragg has been recognized for her inspiring work as the Chair of the School of Education’s Clinical Mental Health Program at the University of Redlands as a recipient of the California Association of School Counselor’s Counselor Advocate of the Year award . The award honors Dr. Both Gragg’s work for being a positive advocate and teacher of future school counselors.
As a counselor educator, Dr. Both Gragg encourages and pushes for her students to become leaders, empowers them to make positive changes in their future schooling communities, and acts as an excellent example of how to advocate for themselves in both good and bad times. Dr. Both Gragg is a fearless leader who is never afraid to speak out against the injustices of education, and is a fantastic advocate for the counseling community. Dr. Both Gragg is an assistant professor in the School of Education and Chair for the Clinical Mental Health Program at the University of Redlands.
Dr. Janee Both Gragg holds her B.A. in Psychology from Southern Adventist University, a Drug and Alcohol Counseling certificate from Loma Linda University and both an M.S. and Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy from Loma Linda University. Publications authored by Dr. Both Gragg include: Mexican-American Family’s Perceptions of the Multi relational Influences on their Adolescent’s Engagement in Substance Use Treatment, published in The Family Journal.