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We Level Up Washington Treatment Center Team

Lori Douglas
Executive Director/Director of Nursing

Lori has been an RN in the Spokane Community for over 35 years. She attended Northwest Nazarene College with an AA in Health Care Administration and then completed her nursing degree at the Intercollegiate Nursing Center for Hire Education – Eastern Washington University. She has served as Director of Nursing in the acute hospital setting, inpatient detox, corrections, opiate substation treatment, outpatient wound care, home health, skilled nursing, and extended community services for mental health.  

Lori began working with We Level Up in 2023 and is excited about this service in the Spokane community. Lori’s true passion is caring for each person as an individual and helping them to meet their fullest potential. 

Josie Bornstein
Operation Manager

Josie Bornstein is originally from Deer Park, Washington and has lived in the Spokane area most of her life. She attended Whitworth University and graduated as a first-generation college student, majoring in Health science and Community health, with a minor in Psychology. She has an extensive background in mental and behavioral health and has been a part of opening many new inpatient and outpatient programs for at risk youth around Spokane. With her lived and professional experience, mental health is something that Josie is extremely passionate about. She knew from an early age that she was meant to help people who struggle with their mental health. Josie is not only passionate about the patients she works with, but also the people she gets to coach and mentor as a part of leadership.  She became the Operation Manager at We Level Up because the motto matched her passion; Providing you with a map back to your fullest, most authentic potential, so you can choose a dream without limitations. 

Lauren Barry
Director of Quality Assurance & Therapist, LMFT, MCAP, QS
As Director of Clinical Services and Quality Assurance, Lauren is responsible for overseeing, directing, and supervising all clinical departments. Lauren guides our team of clinicians on best practices and provides the highest quality therapeutic care for our clients. Moreover, Ms. Barry assists, reviews, and helps direct the We Level Up treatment centers written website content. She reviews select website content for proper context, accuracy, relevancy, and authority including research and citations mentioned. In addition, Lauren works tirelessly on developing new and innovative clinical programs and approaches in the hopes of maximizing our ability to help our clients. Since starting her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Nova Southeastern University in 2013, Lauren has been passionate about helping individuals and families afflicted by the disease of addiction. Lauren has held several roles within substance abuse and mental health medical practices, from primary therapist to Clinical Director and beyond. Lauren is a licensed marriage and family therapist in the state of Florida and a Master’s level CAP (Certified Addiction Professional). In addition to her passion for helping clients, Lauren is extremely motivated and dedicated to helping her team become the best versions of themselves and developing their professional skills. Lauren displays great leadership skills and her mission is to inspire, empower and motivate those around her.
Caide Hunt
Case Manager
David Ogle
Primary Therapist
My name is David Ogle, Primary Therapist here at We Level Up located in Spokane Valley, Washington. I am a Native American descendant of the Indigenous Tribal Band of Mountain Maidu from California. I was raised in the small town of Keller on the Colville Confederated Tribes Reservation here in Washington. I am a first generation university college graduate with a Masters in Social Work and a Licensed Social Worker Associate-Independent Clinical certificate within the state of Washington. I am a Mental Health Professional (MHP) committed to helping others learn how to build healthier relationships with their emotions, feelings, thoughts, experiences and self. My work focuses on targeting trauma, ineffective behaviors, habits, and beliefs around oneself and the world and reality around them. I believe in taking an assertive approach to helping others reach stabilization and invite collaboration to welcome improved health, wellness and wellbeing. I’m passionate about integrating western psychotherapy with Indigenous pedagogy (American Indian and East Asian Philosophy) for adults struggling with mental, behavioral and spiritual health. I am knowledgeable in the following areas: The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5), Clinical Trauma Professional I,II (CTP I,II), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness Based-Stress Reduction (MBSR).
Angela Walters
Primary Therapist
I was born in California, but raised in the Spokane Valley. My undergraduate studies were in sociology and criminal justice and a minor in psychology. I received my MSW from Eastern Washington University. I have three beautiful daughters. I enjoy reading, doing research, watching documentaries, traveling, hiking, and I love summer activities. I have a passion for helping people and love my job and clients.