Spirit Mountain Recovery features seasoned treatment staff. You will get daily access to your own personal Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Therapist, Licensed Social Worker, Nurse, Dietician, Personal Trainer, Peer Support Specialist, and a bunch of life long relationships. We have everything you need to guide you through your transformation!

Michael Scott Roundy, MD

Medical Director, Medical Doctor & Psychiatrist

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.

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Todd Soutor, Ph.D.

Clinical Director, Psychologist

Dr. Soutor earned his B.A. in Psychology at Dartmouth College and his Ph.D. in Psychology from Utah State University and Dartmouth College. While in private practice has performed a variety of assignments in psychological testing, psychological assessment, and counseling.  Dr. Soutor has served 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.

Clint Thurgood, LCSW

Chief Therapist, Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Clint’s background is with dual-diagnosis as well as individual and family consulting. His experience comes from working with clients in acute hospitalization settings being treated for substance abuse and mental disorders. B.A., Social Work, Weber State University; MSW, University of Utah

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Matthew Farni, CPSS

Chief, Certified Peer Support Specialist

Having experienced a lifetime of lessons learned the hard way from struggling badly with alcohol and drug addiction, Matt let go and turned himself over to a power greater than himself for guidance and direction. Through this process, he has now been sober for nearly 4 years now. Working diligently each day to live a life of humility, gratitude, and spirituality, Matt has a keen desire to help others in finding the tools necessary for their sustained recovery. Lincoln College of Technology, Colorado. Studies in Automotive & Truck Technologies. State of Utah, Certified Peer Support Specialist

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Chris Farni, BA, MBA

President, General Manager

Chris brings a business operations and financial management skills background. A entrepreneur by heart, he has over 40 years of experience. He has experience and knowledge in all aspects of substance use disorder. B.A., Economics, University of Minnesota;  M.B.A., University of Dallas; CPA/CVA, State of Minnesota; US Army, Captain, Finance Corp and Adjunct Professor of Accounting, University of Maryland, European Extension Division.

Chris Farni and his son Matt

A Letter From A Father

“My 30-year-old son Matt and I, as a single Dad, have lived with and around every ugly, sad, chaotic, illogical, sometimes morbidly humorous, heart-breaking and dysfunctional aspect of drug and alcohol addiction for years. We lived it, survived it and Matt has now since recovered for over 5 years. We learned the hard way, from ground zero, what drug addiction was about and then, most importantly, the most effective way to recover from it. Armed with this hard-earned knowledge of drug addiction and recovery, we then dedicated ourselves to helping others rebuild their lives by starting Spirit Mountain Recovery literally from the ground up. It’s our passion and our mission now to carry a message of hope.”

~ Chris Farni