Mental Health Clinician

Children exposed to trauma can develop reactions that affect their daily lives. Our Mental Health Clinician offers consultation to the multidisciplinary team as well as provides Child and Family Traumatic Stress Intervention (CFTSI) for children aged 7-18 and their caregivers.

CFTSI treatment is a brief, early intervention that can help children and their caregivers: reduce traumatic stress symptoms; improve emotional support through increased caregiver-child communication; teach and practice skills to help cope with trauma reactions; identify and address practical needs such as safety and housing; and assess the need for longer-term support.

CFTSI services are offered on-site in Woburn at no cost to families served by the Middlesex CAC.

Jacqueline Boudreau, LMHC
Jacqueline Boudreau, LMHC
Mental Health Clinician

Jackie Boudreau is a Licensed Mental Health Clinician with advanced training in CFTSI. She is a valuable member of our MDT who educates children, non-offending family members, and the MDT about the emotional impact of trauma on the family unit.

Jackie works directly with children aged 7-18 who have recently experienced or disclosed a potentially traumatic event, such as sexual abuse, physical abuse, family violence, or community violence. She will provide CFTSI treatment, as appropriate, to these children and their caregivers.

Jackie joined the Middlesex CAC in January 2024. Before that, she worked as an outpatient clinician and a Victim Witness Advocate.

Jackie received her Master of Arts in Forensic Mental Health Counseling from Westfield State University. She received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Criminal Justice from Salem State University.