Andrew Best, MA works in the College Mental Health Educational Program (CMHEP) at Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation in the College of Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College at Boston University. Andrew is an instructor in the NITEO program, a semester-long simulation of college that provides instruction and practice in both academic and wellness skills. Beyond being an instructor in NITEO, he provides College Coaching and teaches a wellness and academic resiliency course called LEAD BU . He is passionate about providing students of all backgrounds and abilities access to materials and instruction that will help them find scholastic and interpersonal success. Andrew has worked with and in diverse populations and settings. He brings a unique combination of culture and experience from his time in Malaysia on a Fulbright to climbing Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.
Areas of Expertise
- Teaching strategies for academic success and skills for interpersonal relationships
- Creating community amongst staff and students