Dr. Richard Eliot Schultz
- Therapy Orientation:
- Psychodynamic, Other, Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
- Age Focus:
- Seniors, Adults
- Anger Management, Compulsive Disorders, OCD, Life Coaching, Anxiety or Fears, Relationship Issues, Depression, Finding Your Purpose in Life
- Treatment Modality:
- Individuals, Families
- Any Ethnicity
- Sexual Orientation:
- Lesbian, Gay, Any Orientation
- Last updated:
- Aug 17, 2015
- Life Is Worth Living Because...
- We choose to make it so.
- About My Work
- I am a clinical psychologist in private practice in Atlanta, GA.
- My Story
My goal as a psychotherapist is to provide patients with a safe, growth-oriented environment in which they can learn to better face life's challenges, strengthen their relationships with themselves and others, and leverage more of their full potential.
My style as a therapist is more interactive and direct than neutral, and I work hard to help my patients progress toward their goals as quickly as possible. I believe that healing and growth takes place in the context of a strong therapeutic relationship, and I pay close attention to this aspect of my work.
I employ a variety of tools and techniques to help my patients attain their therapeutic goals, and actively tailor the treatment approach to suit the needs of my patients. I also emphasize treatment methods that are supported by the latest research findings, as appropriate. I maintain a great respect for individual differences, and welcome the opportunity to work with clients of diverse races, religious and ethnic backgrounds, and sexual orientations.
With regard to technique, I most commonly operate from Object Relations and Cognitive-Behavioral perspectives. Don't worry, you are not expected to already know what these terms mean! I will summarize these concepts for you below. Very simply put, however, I utilize these two approaches to 1) help you understand how you got to where you are, and 2) help you make desired changes.
|Years in Practice:||15+ Years|
|Graduated from:||Georgia State University|
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Cost & Payment Modalities
|Avg Cost (session):||greater than $150|
|Accepts Credit Cards:||Yes|
|Online Payments accepted:||Yes|
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Dr. Richard Schultz's Most Recent Activity on Choose Help
Q & A Reply: Facebook Share on Twitter 10:26 - Sep 08, 2016 Giving Fish Versus Teaching To Fish: Which is More Effective In Treating Anxiety?
Hello. I have social anxiety disorder and I've just changed my therapist, because I moved to a different city. I already had 3 sessions with my new therapist, but he's really different than my old one. I liked the old one more mostly because, when ...
Q & A Reply: Facebook Share on Twitter 01:53 - Jul 22, 2016 If Not For Yourself, Then Do It For Me!: Motivating Behavioral Health Change In The Family
I have an adult family member who has been diagnosed with severe clinical depression and anxiety. She is very cooperative in terms of going to therapy and taking the prescribed medication. But when it comes to actual necessary habit changing, she ...
Q & A Reply: Facebook Share on Twitter 01:36 - Jul 22, 2016 Focus Feeds Fright: How Cognition Affects Physiological Sensations
I had noticed that recently while trying to fall asleep at night, my breathing seems to affect the vibration or noise from the engine that's passing by. At first I thought I might have been imagining it. But unfortunately I think it might be ...
Q & A Reply: Facebook Share on Twitter 11:46 - Jul 22, 2016 Depression & Anxiety With Academic, Cultural and Familial Pressures
hello. I am a 17 year old teenager from India. My father is 61 year old and my mother is around 50 . Upto class 8th i used to do very well in studies but after it my performance began to decline. In high school my situation worsened so much that i ...
Q & A Reply: Facebook Share on Twitter 11:25 - Jul 22, 2016 Coping With Anxiety in Sobriety
Hi, I enjoy the Choose Help Site very much. I suffer from Anxiety, ADD & a long history of drug addiction. I have been clean for 1yr & 4months! I'm very excited about the life ahead! My drug of choice was meth. I still suffer from Anxiety daily. I ...
Q & A Reply: Facebook Share on Twitter 04:04 - Jun 11, 2016 Mushroom Roulette: Hallucinogens, Anxiety, and The Youthful Brain
I recently tripped on mushrooms for the second time about 2 months ago. I had eaten maybe 2 grams of them soaked in orange juice and maybe 15 minutes later started to feel the effects. At this point I was in the car with 5 friends, 2 of which had ...
Q & A Reply: Facebook Share on Twitter 10:47 - Dec 17, 2015 Social Anxiety as Self Stigmatization
Dr Schultz, I've been trying to get help, first I have to apologize for the English, it's not my first language. I moved to other countries for two years now, about 1 month ago, I'm having a presentation in class, I'm well prepared, but when it was ...
Q & A Reply: Facebook Share on Twitter 10:01 - Nov 23, 2015 An Imperfect Storm: How To Develop An Anxiety Disorder
Dear Dr Schultz, Thank you for offering your advice on the internet. Sometimes it's much easier to seek help this way, especially when some experiences are embarrassing to share. I have an ongoing fear of home invasion that started 14 years ago. ...
Q & A Reply: Facebook Share on Twitter 10:34 - Nov 08, 2015 Downside of the Upside: Yesterday's High Is Today's Low
Hi Richard, I am currently seeking help for my situation. I had a “bad trip” during the last time I took them. Just to put things into context. This was the third time that I took hallucinogens. The first time that I took, it was mush ( 1g ) and ...
Q & A Reply: Facebook Share on Twitter 07:41 - Sep 11, 2015 Helping A Loved One Help Themself
Hi Dr. Schultz, My son, late 20's, took a medical leave from work to attend a partial hospitalization program, he had been in therapy and feels stuck. He has been extremely frustrated with himself for not feeling like he could follow through on ...