Previously, she worked at the Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation at Boston University where she assisted providers, programs, and systems. Her focus was on improving capacity to deliver recovery-oriented, health promotion services to people with behavioral health conditions, including people with co-morbid physical and psychiatric health conditions. She also contributed to the development of the Illness Management and Recovery curriculum. Her professional skills are influenced by her experiences as person in long-term recovery from bipolar and substance use disorders and the experiences of family members. Cheryl received her Doctorate of Science from Boston University.
Contact Cheryl at firstname.lastname@example.org.