Provider type: Psychotherapist
Patient Age: Adult, Child & Adolescent
Services Provided: Consultation, Clinical Evaluation, and Psychotherapy
Dr. Schultz specializes in the treatment of mood disorders (i.e., anxiety, depression), issues with self-esteem, and major mental illness. She uses a variety of evidence-based approaches tailored to the unique needs of each person coming into treatment. She tends to meet the individual where they are in their healing process and level of development and she has practical approaches to everyday problems (i.e., increase coping skills, increase communication skills, increase ability to take others’ perspectives). Individuals who benefit from Dr. Schultz’s approach tend to be adults. as well as children, who appreciate a more non-directive approach, but also value humor, kindness, and room to express themselves freely.
Dr. Schultz received her doctoral training in Clinical Psychology at William James College in Newton, MA, followed by a post-doctoral fellowship at The Brenner Center, a testing center affiliated with William James College. At the Brenner Center, she did psychological and neuropsychological testing of adults. During her time in the doctoral program, she had a clinical placement each year. Her main focus was psychotherapy with children and testing of children and adults.