Paul Cherchia, 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. 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 co-developed and teaches PDP HE 102 LEAD BU: Building Wellness & Academic Skills for Success, which 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, oversee the PASS: Peer Academic Support Support program at BU and supervises the 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 was employed within Boston University working in both the Enrollment Offices and Residence Life Offices.
Areas of Expertise
- Generating and executing training and consultation opportunities for BU and non-BU based communities
- Continuing partnerships and acquiring new relationships with BU and non-BU based communities