​Kimberly Jeffs, MA, LCMHCS, SEP

CEO & CPO (Chief Possibility Officer)


Kim is a somatic psychotherapist and co owner of NCCR. Kim provides counseling supervision to the team at NCCR as well as to other health care providers in the community interested in psycho biological approaches to mental health. Kim does not currently see clients in the practice for individual sessions but offers 1 time treatment and lifestyle consultations. If you have been in treatment for a long time and are needing to switch gears, just starting the therapeutic process but needing to “cut to the chase”, if you want a professional opinion on your mental/physical health treatment plan, you should consider investing in a treatment/lifestyle plan. You will leave the evaluation with recommendations for how best to move forward in your treatment and life! Kim’s work with people is experiential in nature even during an evaluation, so roll up your sleeves and get ready to make some changes. She specializes in anxiety and stress related conditions, trauma, physical injuries/medical conditions, surgery preparation, couples therapy and attachment wounds, mindfulness and somatic practices. Her background and training is in somatic psychotherapy, somatic experiencing, marriage and family therapy, creative expression, yoga/mindfulness and transpersonal counseling techniques. Kim has a unique gift of helping people return to the innate wisdom of their bodies.

Kim’s direct contact information:


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Patrick Jeffs, PhD, LCMHC, SEP



Dr Patrick Jeffs is co-owner, CFO, and Somatic Psychotherapist with NCCR. Dr. Jeffs spearheads both the business and research components to our practice. Patrick’s training and experience in business, mental health and teaching provide him with skills needed for organizing good clinical leadership for our team and also for providing effective organizational or individual resiliency training.

In working with organizations, engagement can range from brief half-day seminars on organizational resiliency to three to six-month engagement processes that include assessment, planning, training, and follow up support. Individual and team resiliency coaching can also be supported throughout this process. Together, we identify ways to expand and deepen current resilience competencies and find opportunities to grow areas of resilience that are otherwise underutilized for the sustainability and success of an organization, its employees and partners, and those they serve.

Patrick’s direct contact information:


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​Anna Cordova, MA, LCMHC

Clinical Manager

Anna Cordova is a body centered and expressive arts therapist as well as a registered yoga teacher. Anna has trained extensively in Somatic Experiencing, Embodied Recovery, 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 of all types (as well as disordered eating), and works from an intuitive eating and HAES (Health At Every Size) 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 long-term depression and anxiety. Anna is committed to the deep work of healing through the body and would be honored to assist you on your self-growth journey.

Anna’s direct contact information:


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​Briana Yarber, MSW, LCSWA, 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 uses different treatment modalities to provide the best care to her clients; therapeutic modalities used include Motivational Interviewing, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. Briana specializes with working with children to young adults and couples with issues related to anxiety, trauma, attention disorders, mood disorders, and adjustment issues. She utilizes techniques such as social skill building, trauma treatment, and mindfulness. Body based techniques are applied during treatment to assist clients with becoming more self-aware of their natural impulses.

Briana utilizes relapse prevention and a harm reduction approach to assist adults suffering from substance abuse issues. Briana sees young couples in her practice and assists them in fostering better communication and understanding in their relationship so they can feel a sense of stability in their relationship and life!

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:


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​Bill Calhoun

Business Manager

​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.

Bill’s direct contact information:


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