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Brian Raines, MA

Doctoral Psychology Intern, Stockton (2022.2023 Academic Year)


Phone: 209.946.2315 x2

Office Hours

During the academic year, Counseling and Psychological Services is open Monday through Friday. Hours vary by campus, for more information please call 209.946.2315 x2.

Crisis and after hours support can be received by calling 209.946.2315 x3


A.A. St. Leo University, Florida (Liberal Arts)

B.S. Excelsior College, New York (Liberal Arts with a focus in Computer Information Science)

M.A. Alliant International University, California School of Professional Psychology, Sacramento (Clinical Psychology)

Brian received his M.A. in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology, Sacramento. As a Latinx military veteran, he has a passion for helping young adults, veterans, minorities, and undocumented students.

Brian has previously worked predominantly with adults dealing with anxiety, stress, bipolar disorder, ADHD, and depression. He also has experience working with veterans, college students, and divorced clients. His clinical interests include humanistic therapies, narrative-based therapies, and treatment of PTSD, OCD, imposter syndrome, and addiction. Brian provides individual, couples, and group therapy. Although he primarily practices using cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), he also draws from other theoretical frameworks including strengths-based approaches, art therapy interventions, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).

Outside of work, Brian enjoys traveling, hiking, DND, and sports.

Strengths of the Training Program:

  • The cultural lens through which the program appreciates the client and clinician to help better understand each other.
  • The unyielding support and presence the staff provides to the trainees is a rare find. They have an open-door policy that is truly welcoming.
  • At UOP CAPS, you are more than an intern. You are valued and seen as a colleague developing their professional identity.