Glenn Quinney is currently providing behavioral health counseling services for individuals and families across the lifespan for Bedford Counseling Associates, a division of the Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester. Beginning in 2017, he has also provided counseling for students attending UNH-Manchester and licensure supervision for MSW applicants. For the majority of his professional career, Glenn served as the Director of Child and Adolescent Services for the Center, managing a broad range of operational responsibilities.
He has had the privilege of serving on many state and local boards and committees, promoting a variety of change efforts for children and families. These initiatives often included involvement with many stakeholders including families, advocates, education, public health, child protection, juvenile justice, substance abuse and mental health. He served as one of three site directors for the first large scale federal system of care grant in NH, beginning in 2000. Glenn helped to develop and implement efforts at the local level to integrate behavioral health services within public school settings. For many years, he was an active participant on the Workforce Development Committee for the Children’s Behavioral Health Collaborative. This group has played a leading role in identifying and promoting evidence-based practices and core competencies for providers.
He has an undergraduate degree from UNH and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Simmons College.