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Lutheran Social Services Luther Hall announces staff changes

Lutheran Social Services Luther Hall announces staff changes

FARGO – Angell Naslund, MS, LPC, NCC, has been promoted to administrative director of Lutheran Social Services Luther Hall. She was previously clinical director. Naslund will be responsible for the fiscal management and administration of the psychiatric residential treatment program. She will also oversee collaborative services with referral sources, funders and child welfare agencies and manage and direct capitol campaign efforts, as well as insurance and billing procedures.

Naslund has a BA in psychology and an MS in community counseling from Minnesota State University Moorhead.

Clara Erickson, MA, LAMFT, has been promoted to clinical director. She will provide counseling, guidance, direction and coordinate and monitor the clinical and health services of the psychiatric residential treatment program for Lutheran Social Services Luther Hall.

Erickson has a BA in psychology and family studies from St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minn., and an MA in counseling psychology from the University of St. Thomas, Minneapolis.

Karli Johnson, M.Ed., LAPC, has been named clinical therapist. She will conduct individual, group, and family therapy for mentally and emotionally disturbed youth ages 10 to 18.

Johnson has a BA in psychology from Concordia University, St. Paul, and an MA in education from North Dakota State University. Before joining Lutheran Social Services Luther Hall in December 2012, Johnson was previously a therapist at Prairie St. John’s, Fargo.

Christopher Cooley, RN, has been named residential nurse. He will coordinate and provide medical and health services for the facility and train staff, residents and related individuals about psychiatric/medical conditions as needed.

Cooley has a BS in nursing from the University of North Dakota. He was previously a nurse at Prairie St. John's, Fargo.

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