Matt Gragg, MFT, LPCC is a licensed marriage and family therapist and a licensed professional clinical counselor and has worked at the University of Redlands Counseling Center since 2001. He also maintains a private practice in which he meets with a diverse clientele. He has worked with runaway teens, youth who are on probation, and students in a non-public school setting in the past. He is trained in EMDR therapy which is helpful in treating past traumas. He is a QPR (Suicide Prevention) Master Trainer and coordinates the suicide prevention effort on campus. He facilitates groups related to grief and social anxiety on campus. He enjoys working with couples and families as well as individuals. He believes in the importance of creating an accepting safe space for students to talk openly. In addition, he values the importance of considering the systems which impact the student as well as their individual inexperience.