Meet the Action Recovery Group addiction treatment team.

Michele Myers, ACSW, LCSW, SAP, Clinical SupervisorMichelle Myers Action Recovery Group
Michele has over 25 years experience counseling individuals, couples and families in Utah. She has extensive experience with the issues involved in substance abuse, dual diagnosis, addiction, treatment and recovery.

Rick Visser, ASUDC, Partner, Clinical Director

Rick has more than 30 years of experience as a licensed Substance Abuse Counselor. Having successfully navigated his own recovery, Rick has true empathy and a special connection with those who struggle with addiction. Rick has helped thousands of individuals in Northern Utah achieve sobriety and long-term recovery.

Cathy Perry, RN, Partner, Resident NurseCathy Perry, RN Action Recovery Group

Cathy has bachelor’s degrees in psychology, social work and nursing. She has over 25 years of experience in the mental health field. As a registered nurse, Cathy specializes in the areas of psychiatric care and substance abuse.

Robert Matotek, MSW, LCSW, CounselorRobert Matotek, MSW, LCSW, Counselor

Bob has a wealth of experience as a counselor and educator in the field of drug and alcohol addiction. Bob also specializes in Stress Reduction, Deep Relaxation and Mindful Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (MCBT).

Tavia Haro, MSW, Intake Coordinator & Case ManagerHannah Cross, MSW, Counselor

Tavia has a bachelor’s in social work from Weber State University and a master’s degree in social work from Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, Texas. As a dedicated professional, Tavia is passionate about helping struggling individuals overcome addiction. She has worked closely with the loved ones of addicts in programs like Al-anon. Tavia has also traveled her own personal path of successful long-term recovery.

Jim Morgan, Certified Peer Support SpecialistJim Morgan, CPSS, Certified Peer Support Specialist

Before starting down his own successful recovery path, Jim struggled with drug and alcohol addiction for more than 40 years. He has enjoyed complete sobriety and active recovery for nearly a decade. As a volunteer, Jim has taken 12-Step recovery principles into hospitals, institutions and correctional facilities. He has served on the Board of Directors for Valley Camp, and is a Co-Founder and Board member for Keystone Recovery Center, a sober-living facility in Ogden.