Ann Becher-Ingwalson is a licensed professional clinical counselor and a licensed alcohol and drug counselor, licensed by the Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy of Minnesota. She has over 20 years of experience working with youth, adolescents, and their families, in settings ranging from community clinics to secured hospital programs.
Ann’s areas of specialty include:
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Ann obtained her bachelor’s degree in 1994 from Saint Cloud State University of Minnesota and her masters of art degree from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota in 1996. She is currently completing her doctoral dissertation in clinical psychology from Capella University.
She is a member of the Minnesota Psychological Association, American Psychological Association, Minnesota Association of Resources for Recovery and Chemical Health, and the Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health.
Ann’s duties at Natalis Counseling & Psychology Solutions are both clinical and administrative, as she is a clinician and works with patients as well as serves as the Assistant Training Director for the Natalis Doctoral Internship Program.
In addition to her work at Natalis Counseling & Psychology Solutions, Ann is an instructor for the Integrated Behavioral Health Masters program at the University of Minnesota, and for the Bachelor of Science in Psychology program at the University of Phoenix.