Bridgeway Treatment Services
Bridgeway Treatment Services was founded in 2002 by a former employee of Bridgeway who felt that she could offer an alternative to the currently available recovery centers for drug and alcohol abuse. Although she is no longer with Bridgeway, her Buddhist traditions and ideas will carry on. Bridgeway is a distinctive facility that offers programs focused on self image, exploration of emotions and interpersonal communication skills; issues that are not necessarily covered in the average treatment center for drugs and alcohol.
Bridgeway offers unique approaches to areas of recovery and therapy from drugs and alcohol abuse such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness Training as well as various Meditation Techniques.
We also offer a full range of drug and alcohol treatment services:
- Drug and Alcohol Assessments
- Two Year Deferred Prosecution
- Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) Phase I
- Relapse Prevention (OP) Phase II
- Continuing Care Phase III
- One day Alcohol and Drug Information School (2nd Saturday of month)
- Individual and Family Counseling Sessions
- As well as other designed programs to fit individual client needs
Our Staff :
Michael F. Murray, Jr., MSW-C, BAS, CDP
Michael F. Murray is a Chemical Dependency Professional. He has earned his Associate of Technical Arts degree in Chemical Dependency Studies from Edmonds Community College, Bachelor of Applied Behavioral Science degree from Seattle Central Community College and is currently attending the University of Washington with his eye on his MSW in Mental Health. Mike specializes in the principles of Dialectical Behavior Therapy, learning mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, emotional regulation and distress tolerance.
Iris S. Brown, BAS, CDP
Iris S. Brown is a Chemical Dependency Professional. She has earned her Associate of Applied Science degree in Social and Human Services, majoring in Chemical Dependency and her Bachelor of Applied Behavioral Science degree from Seattle Central Community College. She brings to Bridgeway experience running intensive outpatient and continuing care groups, individual and family counseling, workshops and coordination between the therapeutic and criminal justice communities. Aside from running the day to day operations of the office, she is also in charge of leading the IOP group through the Dialectical Behavior Therapy workbook.
Lisa O’Connell, BA, CDP
Lisa O’Connell is a Chemical Dependency Professional. She has earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Bastyr University and is certified through Bellevue College in Chemical Dependency. She currently leads the men’s and women’s Relapse Prevention groups.
Fred Beuttler, CDP
Counselor and ADIS Instructor
Fred Beuttler is a Chemical Dependency Professional, and has worked in the field of addiction for the past 24 years. Fred brings to Bridgeway vast experience in all areas of inpatient and outpatient treatment, from the assessment process to teaching ADIS, intensive outpatient and continuing care groups. He has worked with employers, courts, groups and individuals facilitating behavioral changes and addressing drug and alcohol issues.