Kate Cavett, MA, LADC
Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor
Kate Cavett received her B.A. in substance abuse counseling from Metropolitan State University, and her M.A. is in human development from St Mary’s Graduate School. Cavett is a respected Oral Historian, having collected oral histories from over 200 participants, spending hundreds of hours listening to reflections on life’s challenges and joys. Cavett won the 2006 Minnesota Book Award for Voices of Rondo: Oral Histories of Saint Paul’s Historic Black Community. She has presented to groups of 5 to 1,000 around the United States, and is the award-winning consulting producer of Oh Freedom Over Me, a radio documentary that considers the history of Mississippi Freedom Summer 1964 as a challenge to address racism today. Kate finds joy in theater, art fairs, jazz, blues, coloring, walking her yorkie, and being with her grandchildren.
Why Did You Choose Northstar Behavioral Health?
I appreciate the opportunity to contribute at Northstar in an environment that provides compassion for clients as they learn new skills to stabilize their lives. I am impressed with the nurturing comfortable setting that is provided for residential clients, and endorse the 90 day program that provides clients enough time to integrate skills taught.