Northbound Seattle is a behavioral healthcare provider specialized in treating adults suffering from addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders. We provide the latest in evidence-based therapies and a full continuum of outpatient services to help clients achieve long-term recovery from addiction.
Licensed clinicians at Northbound Seattle work closely with professional referral sources (therapists, addiction counselors, social workers, psychologists, and physicians), family members, and clients to determine the most appropriate level of care and arranging admission when clinically appropriate.
Northbound Seattle Outpatient
- Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
- Individual and Group Therapy
- Family Engagement
- Therapeutic Toxicology Screening
- Medication Management
- Experential Modalities
- 12 Step Immersion
Northbound Seattle Family Services
- Family Support Group
- Family Therapy
- Addiction & Recovery Focused Education
- Communication & Boundaries Coaching
Northbound Seattle Support
- Long-Term Accountability
- Recovery Coaching
- Therapeutic Toxicology Screening
- Educational and Vocational Assistance
Northbound Seattle Alumni
- Development of a Recovery Lifestyle
- Access to Weekly Groups
- Sober Community
- Opportunities for Service Work
- Ongoing Support
Northbound Seattle is highly active in the local 12-step community and is committed to helping you establish a strong support network and recover from addiction. If you or a loved one needs help, call us anytime. We will answer any questions and help you find the right treatment program for you.
Executive Director, Seattle
Mike has over 15 years of service in the behavioral health community in various clinical and administrative roles. His career as a certified Chemical Dependency Professional and then as the Director of Business Development at an established addiction treatment facility in the Pacific Northwest is marked by accomplishments in a wide variety of program development and implementation, including the adoption of an integrated customer relations management system.
Mike has also conducted educational presentations in several areas of addiction science around the Pacific Northwest. His passion for fostering exceptional behavioral healthcare services along with experience leading quality improvement groups and consulting nationally for other behavioral health organizations, have all contributed to his focus on purposeful leadership and corporate health. Mike believes in leading with a “living purpose” and inspires his team to do the same.
Dr. Katherine Burke
Lead Therapist, MA, PsyD, LMFT, CDPT
Kate serves as Northbound Seattle’s lead therapist holding a license as a MFT (LF60766336) and a CDPT (CO60801717). Kate’s role at Northbound requires her to oversee clinical program development and service delivery, supervise clinical staff, and work directly with clients seeking recovery from substance use disorders and mental health issues.
Kate holds an undergraduate degree in Psychology and Women’s Studies from The University of Washington in Seattle, and both a Master and Doctoral degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from The California School of Professional Psychology. Kate has worked previously at a substance abuse agency providing individual, group and couples therapy as well as family reunification, anger management, and life skills development. Kate’s career includes private practice, community-based work with homeless populations and domestic violence, work with children experiencing behavioral issues and those afflicted with autism and attention deficit disorders, mental health evaluations for veterans and couples work utilizing the Gottman method across multiple populations. Kate sees the purpose of her work as helping those in critical periods of their lives, providing a safe and supportive environment for people to self-explore, heal, and grow both individually and within their relationships.
Regional Director, Seattle
CDP, NCAC I
Stacy demonstrates a commitment to fostering a supportive treatment experience through compassion and integrity. She originally joined the Northbound team as a Regional Director of Referral Relations, leading a team of Referral Relations Managers with a strong focus on our mission of supporting clients in meeting their treatment goals by fostering trust, balance and authenticity.
Early in her career, Stacy found a deep passion for leadership when serving as a Chemical Dependency Professional in her home state of Washington. This opportunity allowed her to work directly with clients and develop her natural strengths as a leader by mentoring others in the field. Stacy has been an active contributor in the behavioral health community by leading clinical quality improvement groups and speaking at local and national conferences. In 2010 Stacy returned to school to complete her Master’s in Business Administration with a focus on Healthcare Management. Following the completion of her degree, Stacy transitioned into outreach and client relations. Throughout her own recovery, she has found these principles to be critically important to healing and overcoming addiction. Stacy lives in Seattle with her two dogs, two children and her husband. She is very active, often hiking, skiing, and exploring the Pacific Northwest with friends and others in recovery.