New Roaring Fork Valley Leaders Welcomed By Mind Springs Health
GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo., April 2, 2019………..Mind Springs Health, the largest provider of mental health and addiction treatment on the western slope, is proud to name Lance Nabers LPC and Hans Lutgring MSW as Program Directors for our Aspen and Glenwood Springs practices, respectively.
Nabers, most recently Chief Behavioral Health officer for a federally-qualified health center in rural Connecticut, brings more than 20 years of experience in numerous areas including integrated care, crisis services, domestic violence, foster care and adoption, as well as acute inpatient services. He holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Texas and is trained in EMDR (an innovative therapy for anxiety and performance blocks), Art & Sand Therapy and both Cognitive Behavioral and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.
“Aspen and Pitkin County are unique, and I am excited to both share my extensive background and learn from the people and local organizations” says Nabers. “I am thankful for the opportunity to work together to remove barriers and increase access to quality mental health services.”Responsible for directing the staff and operations of Mind Springs Health’s Glenwood Springs’ office and Garfield County efforts, Hans Lutgring holds Bachelor and Master of Social Work degrees from Indiana University in Indianapolis, Indiana. Highly skilled in improving community health, nurturing partnerships and leading therapy, nursing and case management teams, Lutgring formerly was Director for SummitWest Care of Glenwood Springs where he oversaw a nationally-recognized interdisciplinary home health team delivering elite, skilled care.
“Working with Mind Springs Health is a special opportunity to be a part of one of the most important human service organizations in our area and it is a privilege to take the very best care of our clients “says Lutgring. “I also look forward to supporting individuals, families and our medical and human services organizations in their understanding of the importance of mental health and addiction recovery to the total health of our community.”