Jerrol Kimmel is a member of the CMBM Faculty and Supervision Team. She has led Professional Training Programs in the US and abroad in Israel, Gaza, and Haiti. Jerrol has also been part of community-based programs in the Eskenazi Health System, Houston, Broward County, and Sonoma. She recently worked as a Clinical Lead for VA Sunshine HealthCare Network in Florida, Southern Georgia, and Puerto Rico as a Clinical Supervisor for Certification candidates. She is certified in Mind-Body Medicine.
Jerrol has also worked as a clinical research nurse and whole health coach with veterans at the VA Health Care System in San Francisco, where she facilitates Mind-Body Skills Groups. She has also been a facilitator for Communitas, a San Francisco-based program that teaches mind-body skills and resilience to teenagers living with chronic illness and their families. Jerrol also maintains a private practice integrating mind-body approaches in working with healthy lifestyle change for personal growth, managing stress and emotional eating. She previously served as an adjunct faculty member in the College of Mind-Body Medicine at Saybrook University.
Jerrol earned her BA in Psychology from UC Berkeley and MA in Integrative Health Studies from the California Institute of Integral Studies. She became an RN through completion of a nursing program that integrates Western medicine with holistic practices.