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Published February 09 2013

New Business (February 09, 2013)

Independent personal trainer joins Health Pros

Hillary Clifton-Sloan has joined Health Pros Personal Training at Catalyst Medical Center, 1800 21st Ave. S., Fargo, as an independently contracted certified personal trainer.

She earned certification through the National Academy of Sports Medicine and she is pursing certification as a corrective exercise specialist.

Clifton-Sloan previously worked at Planet Fitness. For more information or to make an appointment, call (507) 273-6687.

Tots2Teens secondhand store opens in Fargo

Tots2Teens has opened in the Promenade Mall at 3021 13th Ave. S., Fargo.

The store, owned by Chris and Karla Demars, buys and sells quality pre-owned clothing, toys, equipment, bedding, etc. Clothing sizes range from infant to 16.

Tots2Teens is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. The store phone number is (701) 552-0042.

Behavioral health center opens in West Fargo

Beacon Behavioral Health Services and Training Center has opened at 102 W. Beaton Drive, West Fargo.

Angela M. Cavett and Jennifer M. Garaas provide psychological and behavioral services to children, adolescents and adults. Services include diagnostic assessments and psychological testing, individual, family and group therapy.

Garaas is a clinical psychologist and earned a doctorate through the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks. She completed an internship at Spokane (Wash.) Mental Health and has practiced in the Fargo-Moorhead area for the past five years. She provides therapy for mood and anxiety disorders, ADHD, behavioral problems and social skill deficits, autism spectrum and adjustment disorders. She also provides assessments for executive, intellectual and academic functioning.

Cavett has more than 10 years of post-doctoral experience as a psychologist. She earned a doctorate from UND and completed a child clinical psychology internship at Astor Home for Children, Rhinebeck, N.Y. She teaches as an adjunct at UND, is a registered play therapist supervisor, has written several chapters and books on child psychopathology and treatment and has presented internationally on child psychopathology and treatment.

The center can be reached by calling (701) 356-1276 or email info@beacon-behavioral.com.

WF business offers assistance for dyslexia

Haleys Hope has opened at 1150 Prairie Parkway, West Fargo. The business offers comprehensive screening, early intervention, tutoring, education and advocacy for children and adults with dyslexia.

Kari Bucholz and Tracy Dunham are certified Barton Reading and Spelling tutors, an Orton-Gillingham-based program that uses sequence and methodology when teaching reading to students with dyslexia.

Bucholz is founder and director of Haleys Hope. She has worked with people with dyslexia or six years. Dunham is a tutor and director of operations.

The business can be reached by calling (701) 373-0397 or visit www.haleyshope.org.

Urban Edge Salon adds independent stylists

Kimber Trenda and Lacey Kosidowski are now independent stylists at Urban Edge Salon, 2600 52nd Ave. S., Fargo.

Trenda has worked in the hair industry for 22 years. Her services include corrective color, cuts and styles, gel nails and pedicures. She is also a certified and licensed Lavish Lash specialist.

Trenda has had extensive training in New York City at the Redken Exchange and is a licensed cosmetology instructor and certified color educator.

Kosidowski has nine years of experience in the hair industry and has advanced training in hair cutting and coloring. Her other services include waxing, updos and lash/brow tinting.

Trenda can be reached by calling (701) 739-9930 and Kosidowskis phone number is (701) 367-5937. The salon main phone number is (701) 356-5115 or to make appointments online, visit www.urbanedgesln.com.