It is Spirit Mountain Recovery’s belief that substance use addictions are a multi-phasic disorder of the mind, body, and spirit. As such, the Company’s esteemed team of Medical, Clinical, Holistic and Peer Support Specialists work closely together in order to stabilize, educate, treat and rehabilitate individuals suffering from this life threatening affliction. This simultaneously includes treating any underlying mental health issues that could be triggering one’s addiction. The Company provides their guidance and support in a consistent, compassionate and non-judgmental way so that a nurturing environment is created within which a new life can be built that is well-grounded, joyous and free.
Dr. Roundy graduated from the Uniformed Services University of The Health Sciences, Felix Edward Hebert School of Medicine, in 1992, and then completed his Residency at the Naval Medical Center in San Diego, California. Following his Residency Dr. Roundy served a tour in Kuwait as a Medical Officer in the Navy. Dr. Roundy is certified by the American Boards of Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine. With 27 years of experience, Dr. Roundy assesses, diagnoses and treats not only substance abuse, but also other co-occurring mental health illnesses such as bi-polar, depression, anxiety disorders and schizophrenia. Dr. Roundy treatments rely on a mix of medications and psychotherapy.More
Dr. Soutor earned his B.A. Degree in Psychology from Dartmouth College and his Ph.D. in Psychology from Utah State University. While at Spirit Mountain, or in private practice, Dr. Soutor has performed a variety of assignments in psychological testing, assessments, diagnoses as well as individual, group and family therapeutic counseling. Dr. Soutor has also served as the Director of Intensive Services for Davis Behavioral Health Care, Kaysville, Utah, to include oversight of the Residential Crisis Response Unit and Jail Based Mental Health Services. Dr. Soutor is a Mental Health and Substance Abuse Certified Trainer-Examiner and a Member of the Executive Leadership Team for the State of Utah.More
I have experienced first-hand the seemingly endless pain and misery untreated substance addiction can bring not only to the loved one afflicted, but everyone around them. As a single Dad I learned the hard way how to deal with the chaotic, illogical, dysfunctional behavior of addiction. Having survived these heartaches, learned from them and wanting to give back to others who are suffering with addiction, my son Matt, recovered for over 5 years now and I started Spirit Mountain Recovery, acquired an isolated residence in the mountains of Utah, assembled a highly experienced medical and clinical staff, got the treatment program fully licensed by the State of Utah and Accreditied by The Joint Commission (JCAHO). Matt now serves as our Chief Certified Peer Support Specialist. Our passion is to assist others in obtaining the unique keys to recovery from drug and alcohol addiction and how to achieve sustained sobriety.More
Having experienced a lifetime of lessons learned the hard way from struggling badly with alcohol and drug addiction, Matt let go, committed himself fully to a comprehensive set of recovery regimens that included learning to seek out others for guidance and direction in his life. Through this process, Matt has now been sober for over 5 years now. Working diligently each day to live a life of humility, gratitude, and service, Matt has a deep compassion for others who are struggling with drug addiction and a keen desire to help them find the tools necessary for their sustained recovery. Matt's hasn't met a fellow sufferer he can't relate to and help back onto the road to recovery.More
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