Paul Cherchia, MA, LMHC, works in the College Mental Health Education Programs at the Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation at Boston University. Paul is an instructor as well as a college coach within the Niteo Program, a wellness and academic skills-building program assisting college students to successfully re-enter college and complete higher education. He also teaches LEAD BU on campus, that is a wellness and academic seminar helping students learn strategies for academic success, explore values and goals, access campus supports and develop skills for healthy interpersonal relationships. Additionally, he supervises 12 Peer Academic Coaches that work one on one with other BU students who are living with a mental health challenge. Prior to working at the Center, he worked within the Enrollment Offices and Residence Life Offices within Boston University.
Areas of Expertise
- Teaching strategies for academic success and skills for interpersonal relationships
- Coaching students to re-enter college and complete a higher education degree