Christine Northrup, LCSW
Christine is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with extensive training in Somatic and relational therapeutic intervention. While Christine spends much of her time at NCCR working as a Somatic Psychotherapist, she is also passionate about her management role as it gives her increased opportunity to support the mission of expanding somatic therapy in our community and world. With a background in theatre arts education and direction, Christine enjoys working creatively and collaboratively in supervision of clinicians and management practices. She has served in leadership roles in a variety of settings including school boards, task force groups for mental health hospitals, and executive boards for teacher advocacy groups. She is passionate about embodiment and expression in both therapeutic and business practices and values these processes as tools for individual work and social justice. Christine studies Somatic Experiencing and Embodied Recovery extensively and works consistently to learn and implement best practices in serving our diverse community. She believes wholeheartedly in the resiliency of the human spirit which drives her work at NCCR.
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Bill joined the team in May of 2018 and has been a Business Manager in the medical field since 2013. Prior to that he was at LL Bean for 8 years in various operational and financial roles.
Bill’s primary goal at NCCR is make the day-to-day operations at NCCR run efficiently as possible so clinician’s primary focus can be on their patients.
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Hannah is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate and a Board-Certified Art Therapist with training in Embodied Recovery. In addition to working with her clients as a somatic psychotherapist, Hannah also serves as the referral coordinator for the practice with a focus on finding the best therapeutic fits for new clients and referral sources at NCCR. With a passion for supporting supporters, Hannah’s focus is fostering sustainable relationships between clinicians and clients.
Chelsea Westbrook, MS, LMFT
Compliance Team Lead
Chelsea is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a specialty in Child Parent Psychotherapy. In addition to working with her clients, Chelsea also serves as Compliance Team Lead for NCCR. In this role, Chelsea facilitates record management for all employees which includes intake reviews, reviewing and locking records, and submitting claims. Chelsea’s primary goal as Compliance Team Lead is to ensure understanding of current and proposed regulations, recommending new procedures, and complying with legal requirements. Chelsea also assists in training new clinicians by reviewing policies, procedures, training materials, and training on the electronic medical record system to ensure all compliance requirements are met