Eric Schultz - MS, BHT/ CSAT
Through a comprehensive approach, I work with families and couples to create safety and security in their relationships. I have spent over 3 years working with both male and female survivors of domestic violence. While working with this population, I noticed three distinct factors: The ubiquity of abuse, the silence, and shame that surrounds it, and the resilience of the survivors. Having the privilege to come alongside with this population has increased my passion for working with both adults and children in regards to abuse, shame, and freedom from their respective pasts.
I specialize in marriage and family therapy, which includes family and marriage counseling, adolescent counseling, divorce care, re-marriage, blended family issues, sex addiction, and general mental health. To best understand the family, it is necessary to look at it in its entirety - not just at one or some of the parts.
My emphasis on quality counseling is based on professional training and is continually being expanded through ongoing involvement in the continuing education process through seminars, research, supervision, networking with other professionals, and personal reading and study. I will implement various techniques and tools in a manner specifically tailored to each individual and family unit.
I have received training in the SABR program, and am a level one trained Gottman Method Therapist. In addition, I am a certified Prepare and Enrich facilitator, which gives me a focus on premarital and marital growth and connection.
Currently, Eric works with the professional SABR staff at Family Strategies specializing in treating individuals struggling with sex addiction and co-dependency through a proven three-phase program. You are invited to call Eric for a free fifteen-minute phone consultation and to discuss any questions you have.
Contact Eric at (480) 668-8301 ext 1014, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Areas of Specialty:
- Marriage Counseling
- Couples and Family Therapy
- Trauma and Abuse
- Pornography / Sex Addiction
- Depression and Anxiety