Kelly Mainville has worked with children and families for 10 years, the past two in Infant Mental Health Therapy (IMH). She is currently an IMH Therapist and Behavioral Health Consultant at Starfish Family Services where she provides clinical home-based intervention and supportive services to pregnant women and new mothers through Henry Ford Health System’s OB/GYN Resident Clinic and Labor and Delivery Department. Kelly holds a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Phoenix-Detroit Campus and is working to obtain full licensure and IMH-E(ndorsement).
Jung Nichols has worked in the human services field for more than 15 years. She is an Integrated Health Care Supervisor at Starfish Family Services and has worked in integrated primary care settings for more than six years. Jung was previously employed as a clinical therapist and case manager with children and adults in various settings, including hospital, outpatient, and home-based services. She received her bachelor of arts degree in Psychology in 2002 from University of Michigan-Dearborn and her master of social work in 2006 from Wayne State University.