Bridgeway Treatment Services
Bridgeway Treatment Services was founded in 2002 by Denise Hipp, the former owner 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, LSWAIC, CDP
Owner/ Administrator / Clinical Supervisor / Therapist / CDP
Michael F. Murray Jr. is a WA State Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker Associate & Chemical Dependency Professional. He 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 Masters in Social Work – Health/Mental Health from the University of Washington. Mike specializes in the principles of Dialectical Behavior Therapy, learning mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, emotional regulation and distress tolerance.
Barbara A Woodworth, MSW, LSWIC
Mental Health Supervisor / Therapist
Barbara Woodworth is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) in the State of Washington with 18 years of experience in the field. She has specialized training and experience in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) using mindfulness techniques and practices to treat a range of challenges, including depression, anxiety, AD/HD, addiction, and other mental health concerns. Barbara’s core treatment philosophy is to offer focused intervention to her clients, helping them set achievable goals. She believes that those who are suffering stress from chronic health issues, parenting and work-life balance can also benefit from therapy using these techniques. Barbara comes to Bridgeway as a consulting mental health supervisor and therapist, and is currently assisting the clinic in developing a comprehensive outpatient mental health and wellness program.