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Meet Our New Hampshire Team

Nidhi Turner, MSW, LICSW

Vice President of Community Based and Outpatient Services

Nidhi received her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from the University of Connecticut and her Master’s degree in Social Work from Boston College . Nidhi has over 13 years experience working with children, youth and families in a variety of settings including residential, school, hospital and community based environments. Nidhi has been working in community and home based treatment for the last 9 years in Massachusetts and has been with Northeast Family Services since 2012. Her training has focused on Solution Focused, CBT and Trauma Informed Care for Children, Youth and Families. Nidhi serves as the V.P. overseeing our 5 regional offices in Massachusetts as well as the Clinic Administrator for our Outpatient Clinics in Massachusetts.

Andrea Mitchell MA, LCMHC

Program Director

Andrea received her Bachelors Degree in Psychology from University of Massachusetts at Lowell, and her Masters Degree in Forensic and Counseling Psychology from William James College. She has been working in the field of mental health for over 10 years in a variety of settings. These settings include residential homes, community crisis centers, prisons, and hospitals. Andrea has worked with a variety of ages, focusing her post graduate training on maternal wellness, and the effect this can have on the family system. Andrea is the director of the newly formed New Hampshire office, working with DCYF/JPPO offices to provide ISO services and NFI North to provide Fast Forward services, both of which are intensive in-home services to provide families with structure and treatment.

Brenna Luedecke, M.A.

Clinician

Brenna received her Bachelors Degree in Psychology, with a Minor in Substance Abuse from Keene State College, and her Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Rivier University. Brenna has experience working with those suffering with a dual diagnosis of mental health and substance misuse. Brenna is currently working in the newly formed office in New Hampshire, working with DCYF and the JPPO system to provide ISO services, and working with NFI to provide Fast Forward services. Both are intensive in-home services that help provide the affected families with the support to learn how to maintain a safe and structured home as well as providing therapy within the family system.

Ann-Marie Gelinas

Case Manager

Ann-Marie received her bachelor’s degree in psychology, with a Minor in Human Development from Granite State College.  She is currently enrolled at Southern New Hampshire University in the Master of Psychology program, with a minor in Adolescent Development.  Ann-Marie has extensive experience working with children, working in the childcare field for twenty years.  She has two years’ experience working in an Autism Clinic, providing ABA Therapy on an individual basis.  Ann-Marie is currently working at the newly formed New Hampshire office, working with DCYF/JPPO offices to provide ISO services and NFI North to provide Fast Forward services, both of which are intensive in-home services to provide families with structure and treatment.