Contact the Counseling Center
The Counseling Center is located in the Student Development Center on the lower level of Armacost Library.
University of Redlands
The Counseling Center
Student Development Center
P.O. Box 3080
1200 E. Colton Avenue
Redlands, CA 92373
Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Fridays 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Director of Counseling—Lorraine Young, Ph.D.
Lorraine is a licensed psychologist and a licensed marriage and family therapist, and has been a practicing therapist in the Inland Empire for many years. She has been a therapist at the University since 2003. Before coming to the University of Redlands, she worked extensively in community counseling settings and in medical psychology. She is also a researcher in the area of sexual abuse.
Associate Director of Counseling—Matt Gragg, M.S., MFT
Matt is a licensed marriage and family therapist and has worked with adolescents for seventeen years. He has been a therapist at the University since 2001. He is trained in EMDR therapy which is helpful in treating past traumas. He is a master trainer in QPR (Suicide Prevention training).
Clinical Psychologist—Robin Cooper, Psy.D.
Robin is a licensed clinical psychologist who joined the University of Redlands' Counseling Center in 2012. Before coming to Redlands, she worked with individuals from diverse backgrounds in both college settings and in community clinics. In her work, she takes seriously the context of her clients' lives, especially the impact of multiple components of identity (i.e., race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, class, country of origin, ability status, etc.) on an individual's relationship with self and others. Her particular interests include relationship issues, identity development, LGBTQIQ issues, depression, anxiety, and mindfulness/meditation.
Clinical interns from local universities including the University of Redlands provide quality counseling services at the Counseling Center under supervision of licensed therapists. Our interns are pursuing doctoral degrees or in psychology or masters degrees in counseling and bring a rich variety of experience with them. Many have worked in other school settings, adolescent treatment settings, and community mental health centers.