Hans Watson, DO
Chief Medical Officer
In addition to being a proven leader in military combat, graduating from medical school, completing a four-year general psychiatry residency and passing the psychiatry and neurology specialty board exam, Dr. Watson dedicated thousands of additional hours of study and training to become one of the few psychiatrists that has the extra skills/knowledge necessary to be a recognized expert in neurology, psychotherapy, forensic psychiatry, PTSD and more. Additionally, he is a flight surgeon.
This extra training and experience led to Dr. Watson helping so many people that he was requested as an author of a textbook chapter on psychotherapy, produced medical journal articles/studies, is a professor, is an expert evaluator for legal proceedings and he is a highly sought out keynote speaker.
The best part of Dr. Watson’s talent is that he uses this expertise and his natural teaching ability to help make complex and difficult situations or topics understandable. He believes that psychiatric care is most successful when the doctor applies their knowledge to help the patient understand “the why” and together they become equal partners in treatment decisions.
Duy Pham, MD
Dr. Pham, one of few Board Certified Addictionologist in the state of Utah, graduated with an MD eight years ago from the University of Utah School of Medicine. Early in his career, he met his wife, a plastic surgeon, while working in Viet Nam repairing traumatic deformities as a plastic surgeon. He went on to complete his adult psychiatry residency at Carnitas Carney Hospital, Dorchester, MA and finished his fellowship training in the subspecialty of addiction psychiatry at Boston University, Boston, MA. He is certified by the ABMS® Member Board: The American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology specializing in Psychiatry and Addiction Psychiatry. To better serve the complex patients he works with, he has gone on to get advanced training in ECT (electroconvulsive therapy), TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation) and VNS (vagal nerve stimulation) – all for the adjunctive treatment of certain types of treatment-resistant depression.
Dr. Pham enjoys teaching and training psychiatric residents at the University of Utah and believes in helping them to see the importance of offering addicted patients choices and options for their recovery.
Dr. Maryann Rosenthal
Dr. Maryann Rosenthal, Doctorate in Psychology, is a highly regarded author and international speaker on family dynamics and life achievement issues. An expert on human behavior, Dr. Maryann is President of Global Leadership Enterprises. Appointed by the Governor she served on the Developmental Disabilities Board. She is a member of the Domestic Violence Council and a founding member of the Elder Abuse Prevention Project.
A champion for women’s causes, Dr. Maryann has consulted throughout America, Australia, Europe, and Asia on leadership skills and training. She serves on the Board of Directors for SIAS International University, the first solely American owned University in central China. She is on the advisory board for Life Medical Technologies, a company dedicated to educate and provide life-enhancing, innovative medical products to the public.
Among her versatile writing is “Be A Parent, Not A Pushover,” selected by USA Book News as “Best Book” in their family/parenting category. She co-authored with Denis Waitley, the new family leadership program, The Seeds Of Greatness System taught worldwide. As the voice for involved, interactive parenting, she co-hosted a daily radio show and appears frequently on regional and national television.
Dr. Matt Anderson, MD
Dr. Matthew Andersen received Medical School and Residency training at the University of Utah in Family Medicine with board certification in addiction treatment. He has extensive experience treating patients suffering from the disease of addiction. He has been working in addiction medicine for 10 years. Dr. Andersen is part of the team who will help deal with medical issues while patients are at Recovery Ways.
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Jeremy Schultz, LCSW
Director of IOP
Jeremy has been involved in the treatment of substance use disorder for quite some time now. He feels there is no time to waste so he has developed the skill of moving quickly past the presenting symptoms and arriving at the real underlying contributing factors of substance use disorder. His skill and passion also lay in helping people themselves clearly understand the origin of these factors, how they relate to their current struggles and most importantly how to take the next credible steps toward sobriety. Jeremy relies heavily on a mind-body focus to assist patients in taking on a more realistic view of themselves, their world and their personal challenges.
Gabby Shoun, MS, LASUDC
Chief Operations and Compliance Manager
Gabby joined the Recovery Ways team in 2020 as the Clinical Operations and Compliance Manager. Gabby received her Master’s Degree in Addiction Counseling from Grand Canyon University in 2015 and is currently working on her second Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Gabby has experience working in community mental health as well as in the inpatient, residential and outpatient settings. Prior to working at Recovery Ways, Gabby worked at a residential treatment center as a manager for their inpatient detox and stabilization unit. Gabby was also inspired to follow her passion of working with those who have lost a loved one to suicide and co-developed a program to provide support and healing to those who have experienced this loss. Gabby specializes in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and practices from a trauma informed perspective.
Mike was born and raised in the Midwest and chose Tucson for his undergraduate work in psychology. He is now a proud alumnus from the University of Arizona. Mike later received his master’s degree in social work from the University of Illinois.
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