Chelsea Cobb, LMHC-MA Co-Directs the College Mental Health Educational Program, CMHEP at Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation in the College of Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College at Boston University. She joined the Services Division at the Center team in 2017 and supervised the development of the Peer Mentor Intern (PMI) program. PMIs are graduates of the NITEO, who return to build their career readiness support and skills. Chelsea co-developed the Healthy Relationship curriculum, which addressing practice gaps in curriculum-based preventative interpersonal skills instruction and restorative justice learning for Title IV respondents. Chelsea expertise and interest include community building, program development, collegiate resilience and wellness and recovery. Chelsea now Co-directs the College Mental Health Educational Program, a robust offering of classes, activities, workshops and more for young adults seeking academic resilience, holistic support, and community connections. She also oversee the Flourishing Families an educational program that supports parents, guardians, and caregivers of young adults who live with a mental health and/or substance use conditions.
Areas of Expertise
- Program and curriculum design and implementation
- Supervise staff and interns to cultivate and emphasize recovery based principles
Appointments to discuss programming can be scheduled here: https://calendly.com/clcobb