Rachel Radovich-Chu, LMHC

Clinical Case Management and Campus CARE Coordinator
Lauderdale 219

Mental Health License: Licensed Mental Health Counselor

  • MS, Community Mental Health Counseling, University of Rochester
  • BA, Psychology, SUNY Geneseo (’17)

My name is Rachel Radovich-Chu and I am a proud SUNY Geneseo alumni, returning to this campus with hopes of offering a space for students seeking support and understanding while navigating their college journey. I will never forget the formative years I spent here at Geneseo. My experiences then have helped me form the student-centered approach to mental health that I carry throughout my work now. While these years can carry huge amounts of self-growth, they can also be unpredictably challenging. At times, you may feel lost or overwhelmed trying to manage academic responsibilities, social opportunities, and mental wellness… that is normal! How can I help? As a Clinical Case Manager, I can help you learn about mental health treatment options, connect you with on and off-campus support services, and assist you in putting your plans into actionable steps. It is my goal to give you a safe space to be vulnerable, to celebrate your wins (big and small), and to help you feel empowered in your path to success!

Geneseo CARE(s) stands for Campus Assessment, Response, and Evaluation – a program designed to help campus community members share their concerns about students who may be in mental or behavioral distress, potentially putting themselves or others at risk. The CARE Coordinator (that’s me!) is responsible for assessing risk factors amongst students of concern, coordinating follow-up actions with established CARE team members, and helping students access appropriate services. Often, CARE reports
result in the successful connection of students to a wide range of resources that they would otherwise have not accessed for a variety of reasons.

If you are concerned about another student or yourself, please consider submitting a confidential Student of Concern referral to the CARE Team. If you would like to know more about the CARE Team or referral process, please feel free to reach out to me!

Portrait photo of Rachel Radovich-Chu