Dr. Randolph M. Lee is Director of the Counseling and Wellness Center, Ms. Maryam Redman,  and Ms. Haben Abraham are licensed clinical social workers. According to both Trinity College policy and federal and state law, all information and material gathered by the staff of the  Center is available only to the Counseling and Wellness Center staff. Except in the case of clear and imminent danger, no information will be transmitted to anyone inside or outside the College without the written consent of the student.

We also have a psychiatric APRN available in the Center, Eliza Hedegaard, APRN, for medication consultation for students who are in therapy with one of the members of the staff. She is available on referral from a member of the Center staff.  Appointments may be made with any member of the staff by calling the Center (860-297-2415).

Counseling and Wellness Center Staff 2022-2023

Randy LeeRandolph M. Lee, Ph.D., Director – Randy has been in the Counseling and Wellness Center for fifty-three years years, serving as Director for twenty-two years. He graduated from Trinity and received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Massachusetts. He teaches courses in the Psychology Department in Psychotherapy, and Mind/Body and the Concept of Mindfulness, and serves as an academic advisor and thesis adviser to psychology majors working in his areas of interest. He also serves as assistant coach, faculty liaison, and sport psychologist for the Trinity women’s squash team, ranked in the top three in the nation virtually every year. He is certified in meditation and psychotherapy by the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy, and gives workshops in mindfulness and meditation. His labradoodle, Cody, is training to be a certified therapy dog!

Maryam ParvezMaryam Redman, LCSW, Clinical Social Worker – Maryam joined the Counseling and Wellness Center in 2019. She received her B.A. from Gettysburg College and her M.S.S.W. from Columbia University’s School of Social Work. Maryam has experience working with adolescents and children with complex medical diagnoses and has particular clinical interest in grief and loss, anxiety, and interpersonal relationships. In her free time Maryam enjoys reading, spending time with her family, and practicing yoga.

NOTE: Three additional staff will join the Counseling and Wellness Center by September 6.  Please check back for information on these new2 members.