Medical Director, Physician & Psychiatrist
Michael Scott Roundy, MD
With 27 years of experience in psychiatry and addiction medicine, Dr. Roundy is uniquely qualified to treat clients medically and psychiatrically. Upon graduating from Weber State University, Dr. Roundy went on to get his Medical Degree from the Uniformed Services University of The Health Sciences, Felix Edward Hebert School of Medicine, in 1992. After graduation and being commissioned as an Officer in the US Navy, he then completed his Internship and Residency at the Naval Medical Center in San Diego, California. Following his Residency Dr. Roundy served a tour in Kuwait. Dr. Roundy is certified by both the American Boards of Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine.
As Spirit Mountain Recovery’s Medical Director, it is Dr. Roundy’s role to assess, diagnose and treat not only substance abuse and addiction, but also any other co-occurring mental health disorders deemed appropriate. Conditions such as depression, anxiety, trauma, bipolar and other mood disorders.
Todd Soutor, BA, PhD
Clinical Director, Psychologist
Dr. Soutor earned his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology degree at Dartmouth College followed by a Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology degree also from Dartmouth and Utah State University. While in private practice, Dr. Soutor has performed a variety of assignments in psychological testing, psychological assessment, and therapeutic counseling. Dr. Soutor serves as the Director of Intensive Services for Davis Behavioral Health Care 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.
Brenda Engeler, MSW, LCSW, C-DBT
Brenda earned her Bachelor and Master of Social Work degrees from California State University, Fresno. She has over 18 years of experience in working with individuals and families struggling with addiction which includes individual, group and family therapy. She also has experience as a crisis worker helping adults and children suffering with dual-diagnosis disorders through an acute hospitalization setting. Brenda is licensed by the State of Utah as a Clinical Social Worker and is trained in Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Motivational Interviewing (MI).
Brenda also believes that mindfulness-based stress reduction through the practice of yoga can help relieve suffering and incorporates this into her practice. Brenda has completed a 200-hour Yoga Life Teacher Training program with Allison Berlin. Her training was based in Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga as well as instruction in meditation.
Born and raised in Sacramento, California, Brenda and her husband moved to Utah a few years ago in order to enjoy all the many outdoor recreational opportunities this beautiful state provides. Brenda enjoys pickleball, hiking, biking, paddle boarding, camping, snow skiing, snowshoeing, baking and is normally reading 2-3 books at any given time. She is also a huge fan of international travel and loves learning about other cultures.
Aimee Clements-Hadfield, MSW, CSW, CFLE-P
Rooted in evidence-based clinical practice, Aimee believes in living a life of resilience. Using her life experience, academic training, therapeutic skills, deep intuition, humor, and pure, honest vulnerability to help others to see their unique, powerful strengths and abilities. Aimee has an innate gift for experiencing people and families as they are at a deeper level and then guiding them so that they can see themselves in that way.
Aimee holds a Master of Social Work and a Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Science degrees with an emphasis in Family Studies, from Utah Valley University, in Orem, Utah. She also has advanced training in trauma treatment, anxiety disorders, and the use of mindfulness-based practices in therapy; and participates in ongoing training through the Institute for Lifestyle Medicine at Harvard Medical School where she has learned to integrate the principles of lifestyle medicine in her healing work.
Aimee’s role at Spirit Mountain and in her own practice is that of a mental health and addictions therapist. She is also a family life educator, a Whole Lifestyle Well-being Mentor and Coach and Culinary Health Education Fundamentals (CHEF) Coach.
Matthew Peterson, LCSW, C-DBT
Matthew Peterson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. He has worked for over 11 years for the state of Utah working directly with families encountering abuse and neglect. In addition, he has worked with adolescents and adults for over 6 years addressing issues related to trauma, suicide, substance abuse, and interpersonal skills via individual and family counseling. He has extensive experience working with depression, anxiety, addictions, anger, violence, and abuse.
Matt makes use of evidence-based clinical practices which include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, in addition to Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. He has worked with adults, adolescents, couples, families, and groups. He believe that therapy is a tool used to empower patients to create the most successful life worth living.
Matt uses a non-judgmental approach that is direct, honest, respectful, and collaborative. He believes every patient is capable of self-discovery and growth through professional guidance. Matt practices on his own account in Ogden, Utah where he says “it is a privilege to work with clients as they navigate new ways of empowerment and healing.”
Chris Farni, BA, MBA
Chris brings a business operations and financial management skills background to Spirit Mountain Recovery. As an entrepreneur he has over 40 years of experience in business management. He has personal experience and knowledge in all aspects of substance abuse through a life lived in and around addiction since the age of 10 years old. Chris has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Minnesota and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Dallas. Chris started his career as a Certified Professional Accountant and then served as a Financial Officer for a variety of developmental companies after serving five years in the US Army as a Captain in the Finance Corp. Chris has also taught college as an Adjunct Professor of Accounting at the University of Maryland, European Extension Division.
Matthew Farni, CPSS
Lead Peer Support Specialist, Co-Founder
Matt is the heart of Spirit Mountain Recovery. After many years of struggling with drug and alcohol addiction, he finally accepted that his own self-consumed way of living life was not working. After receiving the help he needed, Matt worked diligently, one day at a time to stay sober and to be of service. Matt credits the 12 Step Program of Alcoholics Anonymous as having saved his life.
Sober now for nearly 7 years, Matt lives out his passion to help others find the necessary tools needed to sustain their own sobriety. This passion of being useful each day to others drove Matt to become a Certified Peer Support Specialist where he is able to use his natural and learned gifts as a gentle, wise, enlightened, supportive leader, and confidant. Matt is the Co-Founder of Spirit Mountain Recovery and is grateful each day for his sobriety and the opportunity to serve others.
Seth Hodges, BS
Seth graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business. He is also now a proud alumnus of Spirit Mountain Recovery but acknowledges that his current sustained sobriety was only learned after struggling in the most difficult of ways. Seth is living proof that someone can overcome substance addictions even to fentanyl the most powerful of all drugs. Seth’s recovery was only possible after he learned the hard way that it would take a complete surrender his own self-will, a willingness to take direction and by diligently working a consistent daily plan that sustains his recovery.
As the Case Manager at Spirit Mountain Recovery Seth is in an excellent position to work with clients in finding the keys to their sustained sobriety if they are willing to do the hard work necessary to achieve it. No better example of someone coming into treatment at Spirit Mountain completely exasperated by their substance addiction but having the courage to do those things necessary to find sustained sobriety.
Seth is from Yuma, Arizona, where his family still lovingly supports him in his recovery. He also feels blessed to be in a healthy relationship now with his partner Sidney and a grateful father to his daughter, Elise. Seth continues to stay connected to his sober support community and to serve as an example to others that when you place a priority each day on being sober that good things happen.
Shift Leader, Peer Support
Adam’s struggle with addiction started when he was 13 years old. Like many addicts he started with a drink and by his 20’s he was hooked on drugs. He was on a one-way trip to the bottom before his family intervened and sent him to Spirit Mountain Recovery. He learned a lot about recovery and gained many tools but in the end, he did not stay sober. Adam can see now that he was given the tools, but it was his job to pick them up and use them. He can identify that his relapse started after separating himself from the sober community that was holding him accountable. He checked himself back into Sprit Mountain but this time he was desperate and willing. Today, he is sober and free. He loves his family and has authentic connections today. He has 3 beautiful children and a fiancé that stood by him through all his ups and downs. He loves being outside where he connects with his higher power and playing sober softball with healthy friends. Adam’s sobriety date is November 8, 2017.
“I love working at Spirit Mountain because I get to help men that were like me go from broken and unhappy, to a new, beautiful way of living.” -Adam Johnson
Ryan Egger, CPSS
Shift Leader, Peer Support
Ryan was born and raised in Ignacio, Colorado. After a hard battle with his addiction, he was able to let go and let God intervene on his behalf. Ryan has a unique blend of personal characteristic that he brings to the service of others based on his personal path to recovery. Sober now for nearly 3 years he is currently studying Social Work at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah. He is an athlete at heart and loves to play basketball in his free time. Ryan is a devoted husband and father to his beautiful daughter.
His goal: “I am passionate about helping those whom others have written off or cast away.”
Josh Sonderegger, BS, EMT
Shift Leader, Peer Support, Medical Specialist
Josh graduated from Weber State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Therapy and Nutrition minor. He is currently serving as a medical technician with the United States Air Force Reserve Command and works part time as an emergency medical technician at Weber State Universities sporting events. He has a passion for serving others and has decided to go back to school to get a degree nursing.
Having grown up in the area, he enjoys spending his spare time with his surrounding family and being outdoors. He and his wife Katrina have recently been blessed with a newborn daughter, Alexi of which Josh has said his greatest satisfaction comes from being a husband and a father. At Spirit Mountain Josh works as peer support and a medical technician under the direction of Dr. Roundy. He enjoys seeing the change that occurs within clients during their stay at Spirit Mountain and the camaraderie between staff and clients.
Brett Gleiche, BS
Shift Leader, Peer Support
Brett earned a Bachelor in Science Degree in Finance from Towson University in Baltimore, Maryland. His personal experience with recovery is based on having recovered from his own substance addictions and other mental health issues at Spirit Mountain Recovery. His passion now is to devote his time and energy to helping others with their recoveries as a member of Spirit Mountain’s professional staff. Brett believes that self-acceptance, physical well-being, self-compassion, and a healthy connection to others and his higher power are the keys to his sustained recovery. Brett was a member of the Towson University Ice Hockey Team and loves to work out in the gym, hike and camp in the mountains.
Lindsey Terry YACEP, 200-ERYT, 500-RYT
Lindsey first began training for her YACEP, 200-ERYT, 500-RYT, and Trauma Yoga Certifications in 2014. Growing up in the mountains above Salt Lake City, Utah, and spending her childhood out in nature helped Lindsey experience a deeper peace and connection to herself that was transformational. For over twenty years now she has devoted herself to working with individuals and communities through recovery-based yoga classes, teaching compassion and to be appreciative for what life brings each day. Yoga has played the principal role in helping Lindsey find the inner peace, beauty, surrender and strength that is the essence of who she is and for others. Perhaps the greatest gift that yoga brings to recovery is the rediscovery of a person’s authentic self and the ability to share that with others.
National Outreach Director
Shon was raised by her father, John, a recovered addict/alcoholic, who has worked in the treatment industry for over 20 years. Even being so, Shon continued to struggle with addiction on and off through her teens and twenties. Having been able to sustain her sobriety for as long as 4 years she inevitably relapsed which then led to a journey through 9 inpatient and outpatient programs all over the United States trying to stay sober.
Shon is thankful to each program for their wisdom and support on her journey in sustained sobriety for giving her the tools to choose life. As a result, Shon relates well to the addicts who have been in and out of multiple treatment center programs. She understands the mindset of the addicts who think that their abstinence from drugs for however long and that they are not addicts anymore, or can control their drug use, is such a delusional myth. Shon’s compassion for these types of addicts and their loved ones was born from hard learned personal experience.
Solidly sober for over three years now Shon recognizes that being of service is one of the most important parts of her being able to sustain her sobriety. In addition to serving as Spirit Mountain Recovery’s National Accounts Director, Shon sponsors women in their recoveries and is the co-host of The Recover Rx podcast. She is also an artist. Her paintings have been featured in art shows, as well as on the cover of The Recover Rx Book published in 2020.
After graduating from Culinary School in Michoacán, Mexico, the birthplace of traditional and innovative Mexican cuisine, Luis’ meteoric rise from humble beginnings to being an esteemed Executive Chef at multiple upscale restaurants in Park City, Utah is legendary. Luis’ personal charm and culinary skills became rapidly noticeable as he progressed in his career from an entry level position at Chez Betty to becoming the Sous Chef and Chef du Cuisine at LaPasch and the Sapa Grill.
Luis then advanced to being the Executive Sous Chef at Ruth Chris Steakhouse and the Washington School Hotel where the New York Times noted his mole recipes as exemplary. Luis currently serves as the Executive Chef at Waypoint Academy in Huntsville and Executive Chef at Spirit Mountain Recovery, in Eden, Utah, where he continues to serve up his famed culinary specialties to clients and teaches them the basics of good nutrition and personal food preparation skills so necessary in recovery.
Also known as “Dr. Chip” He takes great care in the well-being of each client. Chip’s unconditional love is felt by every client that walks in the door. Not a dog person? That is ok too. He will give you all the space you need. Chip is a Certified Support Animal that loves to go on walks and give hugs. The benefit of having an in-house support animal has been clinically proven to help with the over-all mood of clients. CSA’s provide support through companionship and help ease anxiety, depression, and certain phobias.