Dr. Cheryl Paulhus
Dr. Cheryl Paulhus is the Clinic Director for The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Endeavors, Killeen, where she oversees the clinic’s operations.
Cheryl holds a Bachelor of Science in Dance and Psychology from Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY, and a Doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Argosy University School of Professional Psychology in Florida.
Specializing in the field of trauma, she has advanced clinical training in both the treatment of trauma and in assessing forensic issues. She is currently a faculty member for the International Trauma Training Institute.
With 33-years of experience within the mental health field, Cheryl has worked in executive leadership, program management, and has served as a clinician and an educator. Prior to coming to Texas, she served as the Supervisor of Emergency Services for the city of Alexandria, VA. During her time in Virginia, Cheryl provided post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and crisis intervention for mental health trainings to police officers. She also provided expert witness testimony in the area of risk and senior consultation for high profile cases while in emergency services.
Cheryl is passionate and committed to the realization of the values, principles, and goals of integrated, holistic, and trauma-informed care addressing the mind, body, and spirit and is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Registered Yoga Teacher with specialized training for the Military (Warriors at Ease, Level II Teacher).
In her spare time, Cheryl enjoys spending time with her grandchildren, teaching them how to swim, do yoga, and dance.