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After spending 8 years embedded in research and clinical practice centered around chronic stress among high-level professionals, we have developed three core beliefs:

 

1. Chronic Stress results in adverse impacts…

for both leaders and employees and ultimately negatively impacts those they serve.

 

2. Chronic
Stress is contagious…

leading to organizational dysfunction that causes entire human ecosystems to become unbalanced.

 

3. Chronic Stress can be cured…

via our holistic and systemic approach to team development-
The Resiliency Solution™.​​

How Do We Help?

We’ve developed an Organizational Resiliency Program which trains people to increase capacity, connection, and productivity, and addresses workplace concerns such as stress, burnout and fatigue.

Our model provides experiential learning and support to:

  • Increase individual and organizational resilience
  • Train individuals and teams to perform at higher levels
  • Build skills targeting chronic stress​

We offer our Organizational Resiliency Program which facilitates many positive outcomes for businesses, organizations, and relationships.

INCREASE

CAPCITY

​CLARITY

​CREATIVITY

​PERFORMANCE

​CONNECTION

​REDUCE

​STRESS

​BURNOUT

​CONFLICT

​PESSIMISM

​FATIGUE

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Meet The Team

Dr. Patrick Jeffs
Founder and CEO
Dr. Patrick Jeffs is a Resiliency Trainer, Coach, and Consultant.  He has worked at the intersection of research, clinical application and business for 15 years in various settings and capacities. He co-founded and is CFO of NC Center for Resiliency, PLLC in Chapel Hill, NC. In addition to his clinical work, he serves as adjunct faculty and has been an invited speak to physicians groups and other health professional organizations.  His scalable programs can include assessments, planning, trainings, and support services that are deliverable to organizations worldwide.
Kimberly Jeffs
Chief Possibility Officer

Kim has worked for almost 20 years at the intersection of mental healthcare and business. Kim heads up business development and is the lead somatic researcher, integrating new applications for the mind-body integration in the workplace. Kim serves as CEO and Chief Possibility Officer at NC Center for Resiliency in Chapel Hill, NC.

Katie Kolls
Program Coordinator

Katie joined The Resiliency Solution combining her passion for healthcare with her Master's degree from the Newhouse School at Syracuse University. Katie plays an integral role in program development, research, and marketing.

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WHAT CLIENTS ARE SAYING

We invited Dr. Jeffs to provide a brief resiliency training to our Health Plan Innovation Roundtable in an effort to satisfy demand from employers and health plans on the importance of resiliency to overall health, well-being and productivity. The feedback from the session was excellent, there was excitement on his content and multiple requests for follow-up with Dr. Jeffs.
-Michael Laquere
CEO, Employer Health Innovation Roundtable

I never could have expected how impactful and beneficial working with Dr. Jeffs would have been to all facets of my life. I have not only been able to make drastic improvements to my relationships and take huge steps in my career, but I am now in-tune with my self and my surroundings. Through this new lens, I have been able to experience life in a whole new way and be present where it felt truly impossible before. I couldn’t be more thankful for Dr. Jeffs’ help and guidance and I honestly can’t imagine what life would have been like without it because I now don’t have to.
A.L.
CEO, Tech sector

“I often hear from participates about new resiliency strategies and practices they continue to employ, and see benefits from, that they have been introduced to by Dr. Jeffs.”
Willow Jacobson, PhD
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Albert and Gladys Hall Coates Distinguished Term Professor for Teaching Excellence, Professor of Public Administration and Government, and Director, LGFCU Fellows Program

I’ve had the opportunity to hear Patrick Jeffs speak on two occasions and each time I walked away with a deeper understanding of resilience, how our bodies are impacted by energy and stress, and simple steps we can take to improve the quality of our lives. He most recently came to provide an in-service to our leadership team and we received wonderful feedback and appreciation for the event.
Jennie Kristiansen
Director
Chatham County Social Services

UPDATES AND EVENTS

Introduction to Public Speaking for Social Workers and Behavioral Health Clinicians

Date: September 13, 2019

Time: 4:00 am - 8:30 pm

Location: Pilgrim UCC, 3011 Academy Road, Durham, NC 27707

Introduction to Public Speaking for Social Workers and Behavioral Health Clinicians


Introduction to Public Speaking for Social Workers and Behavioral Health Clinicians

This introductory training prepares social workers, counselors and other mental health professionals to facilitate formal presentations to peers, the community and stakeholders. Mental health professionals engage in public speaking in a variety of settings including legislative hearings, community and staff meetings, educational forums, and fund-raising events. This training aims to empower social workers, counselors and other mental health professionals to build upon researching, writing and organizing skills for effective presentations. Participants will develop knowledge about various adult-learning theories including Constructivist Theory, AGES model, and Experiential Learning.

For more information about the North Carolina Society for Clinical Social Work, please visit our website.