Anna Cordova, MA, LPC, SEP

Clinical Manager

Anna Cordova is a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP), expressive arts therapist, and a registered yoga teacher. Anna has trained extensively in Embodied Recovery (A somato-psycho-social model for eating disorder treatment), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), Trauma focused CBT, dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), gender and sexual diversity, creative expression, and mindfulness. Anna is particularly passionate about working with adolescents and adults with eating disorders, and works from an intuitive eating and HAES approach.

Additionally, Anna specializes in working with members of the LGBTQQIA+ communities, couples, survivors of trauma, individuals facing life transitions, chronic medical conditions, and a variety of mood disorders, particularly depression and anxiety.

Anna’s direct contact information:

acordova@nccenterforresiliency.com

Unit 1100D

​Briana Yarber, MSW, LCSW, LCASA

Referral Coordinator

Briana is a clinical social worker and clinical addictions specialist who believes that all treatment should be person centered and client driven. Briana hopes to foster confidence in her clients through their therapeutic relationship, so that they believe in themselves and believe that change is possible.

Briana uses different treatment modalities to provide the best care to her clients and tailors her approach for each. Her training and experience include Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Somatic Experiencing, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.

Briana’s specialities include working with children, adolescents, and adults with issues related to anxiety, trauma, attention disorders, mood disorders, multicultural concerns, and parenting support. Briana utilizes relapse prevention and a harm reduction approach to assist teens and adults suffering from mild substance abuse issues.

She considers her calling to be helping people become their best version of themselves and is dedicated to treating the whole person to improve overall quality of life.

Briana’s direct contact information:

briana@nccenterforresiliency.com

Unit 1100D

Beth Lewis, MA, LPC

 

Beth is a licensed therapist who is dedicated to creating an authentic and nonjudgemental therapeutic space where clients can explore life’s challenges and blocks to growth. Part of Beth’s work is to help clients come up with goals that are most meaningful to them and help clients work toward these goals through regular therapeutic interventions and skills coaching. Beth operates from a Health At Every Size (HAES) approach. Beth modifies her therapeutic approach to best suit the individualized needs of her clients and most frequently utilizes Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and Person-Centered Therapy. Beth specializes in working with young adults and adults who experience eating disorders, anxiety, depression, substance use issues, interpersonal issues, communication problems, complications with life transitions, sexual issues, and working wtih polyamorous clients. By cultivating a transparent and compassionate therapeutic space, Beth hopes to guide clients down the path to living a more prosperous and fully authentic life.

Beth’s direct contact information:

beth@nccenterforresiliency.com

​Unit 1100D

Angela Burnett, MA, NCC, LPCA

 

Angela is a licensed therapist who creates a warm, gentle, and genuine therapeutic presence where clients can navigate life’s challenges and changes across the lifespan. She specializes in supporting adolescents, teens, and adults who struggle with issues related to life transitions, chronic medical issues, and managing symptoms related to anxiety and depression. She also supports clients who have endured the effects of trauma, grief and loss, as well as self-harming behaviors and suicide ideation. Her eclectic therapeutic approach stems from her background and training in somatic experiencing, yoga/mindfulness techniques, cognitive behavior therapy, person-centered therapy, existential therapy, Somatic Experiencing ™ and narrative therapy. Angela humbly walks alongside her clients as they journey into self-discovery and growth.

Angela’s direct contact information:

angela@nccenterforresiliency.com

Unit 1100D

Caroline Stayer-Brewington, MSW, LCSW

Clinical On boarding Specialist

Caroline is a licensed clinical social worker and registered yoga teacher who helps her clients access their body and mind in new ways to promote healing within themselves and their relationships with others. Caroline has completed several gender and sexual diversity training’s and is an inclusive, LGBT+ affirming therapist. She uses aspects of her diverse training background in CBT, Motivational Interviewing, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Embodied Recovery (somatic eating disorder treatment), as well as Somatic Experiencing to deliver effective, client-led therapy that supports her clients’ unique needs. Caroline brings a bright, engaging energy to her work and enjoys incorporating personal passions such as art, music, guided imagery meditation, boxing, yoga, and bibliotherapy.

Caroline specializes in treating traumas including developmental and attachment trauma, sexual trauma, and disordered eating. Additional areas she treats are depression, anxiety, agoraphobia, social anxiety, gender/sexual identity development, academic/achievement stress, life transitions, and interpersonal discord. Caroline sees adolescents, adults, and couples.

Caroline’s direct contact information:

caroline@nccenterforresiliency.com

Unit 800A

Liz Liepold, MSW, LCSW

 

Liz Liepold is a licensed clinical social worker who believes a transformative therapeutic environment requires a healing relationship and sense of safety with one’s therapist. She uses a relational psychodynamic and somatically informed framework to assist clients struggling with emotional distress and interpersonal discord resulting from developmental and intergenerational trauma. She enjoys working with those who are curious about the ways the past informs the present and how to change trouble making patterns in relationships. Such relationships can be in families, intimate partnerships, or with yourself. Liz is dedicated to relational healing that promotes a sense of safety, connection, and secure attachment with one another.

Liz has extensive training in the field of trauma work, attachment dynamics, somatic approaches to trauma healing, and psychodynamic psychotherapy. She integrates psychodynamic psychotherapy and somatic experiencing interventions to support self regulation and identity development. Liz also engages in weekly supervision and training in emotionally focused therapy and intersubjective psychoanalysis which places a strong emphasis on interpersonal relationship functioning based on early attachment dynamics. She uses this framework to understand mood regulation difficulties, social identities development, the impact of interpersonal hurts, and its influence on one’s sense of self in relationship. She is passionate and committed to her work with survivors of emotional, physical, and sexual abuse and committed to working with issues specific to LGBTQAIH+ communities, which can include navigating the emotional and physical impact of microagressions, discrimination, loss of family of origin, and gender based violence.

Liz specializes in treating depressive and anxiety disorders, low self-esteem, academic stress, gender and sexuality identity development, relationship difficulties, grief, loss, attachment trauma and stress related conditions. She sees youth, emerging adults, adults, and families.

​Liz’s direct contact information:

liz@nccenterforresiliency.com

Unit 800A

​Kimberly LaPorte, MSW, LCSWA

 

Kimberly is a licensed clinical social worker, a certified spiritual counselor and equine-assisted psychotherapist who brings compassion, energy and humor to her therapeutic relationship with clients. Kimberly creates a sensitive and safe space that allows her clients to become curious about the behavioral, cognitive and relational patterns that may have once developed out of necessity, could now be hindering opportunities for healing, growth and connection today. Kimberly’s strength lies in her ability to support and empower a client’s natural capacity for resiliency through applying a strengths-based and person-centered approach to exploring challenges, unresolved emotions, and building strategies for stress management and cultivating a strong mind-body awareness.

Kimberly brings a diverse range of life experience and clinical practice that informs her work with couples, adolescents, adults and families. Kimberly has extensive training in PTSD, domestic violence, sexual abuse, developmental and complex trauma, women’s issues, life transitions, self-esteem and relational issues. Kimberly brings to her practice her insight and experience as a mother of two with more than 20 years of working with families and children. Kimberly serves client’s struggling with anxiety, depression, attachment and parenting issues for biological, adoptive, and blended families. Kimberly primarily utilizes a Family Systems and Psychodynamic approach, and strategies from her training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Parent-Child Interactive Therapy (PCIT), Love and Logic Parenting and Positive Behavior Modification strategies, as well as Motivational Interviewing (MI), along with a mind and body focused approach to treatment.

Kimberly feels honored every day by the privilege of walking alongside her clients as they embark on a journey to embrace their vulnerabilities, discover their strengths, and progress towards a rich life of health and wholeness.

Kimberly’s direct contact information:

klaporte@nccenterforresiliency.com

Unit 1100D

Natalie Sutton, MSW, LCSW

 

Natalie is a licensed clinical social worker, passionate about empowering clients from diverse backgrounds with a strengths-based and person-centered lens. Operating from an empathetic and nonjudgmental place, Natalie uses therapeutic modalities such as Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness, and Internal Family Systems. She has experience in supporting young adults and adults of all gender identities and sexual orientations heal from trauma, eating disorders, anxiety, depression, self-harm, interpersonal and attachment issues, and other life challenges. She is an LGBTQIA affirmative therapist with intensive training on gender affirmative practices.

Her emphasis on a mind-body-spirit therapeutic approach allows clients to reconnect to their inner wisdom. Through the use of guided meditation, expressive art, metaphors, and mindful movement, Natalie prioritizes mindfulness and somatic interventions in session to encourage clients to listen to their bodies and respond with kindness and intention.

Believing that everyone’s path is unique and that there are no “right” or “wrong” paths, Natalie is dedicated to creating a safe space where you feel empowered to be authentic and open. She is devoted to helping clients feel secure and grounded in and out of sessions.
Natalie balances meeting clients where they are in their process, while also challenging them to take the next step towards something new. She brings a calm, genuine, and nonjudgmental warmth into session and feels privileged to be a part of her clients’ journeys towards acceptance, freedom and inner peace. Natalie believes that the therapeutic relationship is a two way street and feels honored to learn and grow alongside her clients. She fosters an environment of mutual learning through openness, compassion, and curiosity.

Natalie’s direct contact information:

natalie@nccenterforresiliency.com

Unit 800A

Katelyn R. Moore, ATR, LPC

 

Katelyn believes in the healing power of art. As an art and somatic psychotherapist, they empower individuals to find healing through their own creative expression. In addition to art therapy, they specialize in working with children, adolescents, and young adults who may be dealing with issues such as anxiety, mood disorders, developmental disabilities, life changes, attention disorders, trauma, and grief and loss.

As a Black and genderqueer individual, Katelyn is passionate about working with clients who are multicultural and who are members of the LGBTQAA+ community through an intersectionality lens. They are adept in helping clients build healthy coping skills, explore their racial and/or sexuality identities, and process trauma through use of creative self-expression, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Multicultural Counseling, Client-Centered Therapy, Strengths-Based Therapy, Narrative Therapy, and Mindfulness. They have incorporated the use of mindfulness, guided meditation, and play therapy, have received training in somatic experiencing and is currently getting training in sensorimotor psychotherapy. Katelyn is committed to providing a safe, nonjudgmental space where clients will be empowered to not just live but to thrive.

Katelyn’s direct contact information:

katelyn@nccenterforresiliency.com

Unit 800A

Christine Northrup, MSW, LCSWA

 

Christine is a licensed clinical social worker associate with extensive training in Somatic and relational therapeutic intervention. With a background in theatre arts education, she is passionate about embodiment and expression in therapy and values these processes as tools for individual exploration and social justice. Christine studies Somatic Experiencing and Embodied Recovery extensively and works consistently to learn and implement best practices in serving diverse populations including the LGBTQQ2SIAP+ community. Additionally, she has completed intensive training in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Motivational Interviewing.

Christine has experience treating individuals with Eating Disorders and body image issues at all levels of care. Working through a Health at Every Size lens, she has particular interest and training in the intersection of eating disorders, trauma and sensory processing issues, inviting individuals to arrive in and effectively embody their bodies. She also treats attachment trauma and a variety of other traumas as well as anxiety and depression. She is also passionate about helping clients to navigate a variety of life changes and struggles, including those associated with learning difficulties and the education system. Christine works with older teens, emerging adults and adults. She also sees parents surrounding parenting individuals with eating disorders and difficult life transitions. She believes wholeheartedly in the resiliency of the human spirit which drives her work with clients.

Christine’s direct contact information:

christine@nccenterforresiliency.com

Unit 1100D