Dr. Richard Eliot Schultz

Dr. Richard Eliot Schultz

Ph.D.
Last updated: Dec 01, 2018 | Q&A's: 49

Treatments Offered

Therapy Orientation: Psychodynamic, Other, Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
Age Focus: Seniors, Adults
Specialities: Anger Management, Compulsive Disorders, OCD, Life Coaching, Anxiety or Fears, Relationship Issues, Depression, Finding Your Purpose in Life
Treatment Modality: Individuals, Families
Ethnicity: Any Ethnicity
Sexual Orientation: Lesbian, Gay, Any Orientation

Qualifications

Years in Practice: 15+ Years
Graduated from: Georgia State University
Year Graduated: 2001
Licensed?: Yes
License issued in: Georgia
License Nr.: GAPSY2621
License Expiry: Dec 2020

Cost & Payment Modalities

Avg Cost (session): greater than $150
Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
Online Payments accepted: Yes

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  • Grounded or High: A Stoner's Dilemma
    Hello Doctor, I think i’m having a though time with a new anxiety problem. In the past 3 years I tried mushrooms few times, I had a lot of fun and very profound experiences, but also a bad trip, then i tried mdma twice and had a bad trip the second ...
  • Party Panic: How Substance Abuse Triggers Anxiety
    As the sibling of a drug addict, I was against drugs for most of my life. My sibling was in rehabs and mental institutions for most of my teenage life. Mental illness runs in my family (drepression, personality disorder) More than half of my family ...
  • All Treatments for Depression Are NOT Created Equally!
    I feel like my doctor is giving me Zoloft just to shut me up. I am pretty reserved and it was hard to open up to my doctor about how I am feeling sad all the time but as I was talking about it I could see that he was barely listening and he pretty ...
  • Did Shrooms Fry My Brain Or Is It Just Anxiety?
    I have been a heavy marijuana smoker for more than 13 years. I never had a problem with it but then I had a very scary bad trip on some mushrooms a few months ago and ever since then I get really paranoid a lot of the time after I smoke. Sometimes ...
  • Marijuana Is As Effective For Treating Depression As Gasoline Is For Extinguishing A Fire!
    If a person is depressed is smoking marijuana going to make things worse or better? My brother seems to be happier for a while when he is high but then he seems more depressed after the high wears off so i am not sure. I don't want to give him a ...
  • The Lightbulb Has To Want To Change: Motivation For Treatment of Health Anxiety
    My 27 year old son has been diagnosed with anxiety and depression. He lives with me so I see first hand how he is not getting better. He feels hopeless, wishes he was never born, has pains in his mouth from the anxiety that causes him to lose ...
  • Was it Trump or Just a Bad Trip?: Anxiety Begets Anxiety
    Hi Dr. Schultz, I don't know if you're still answering questions on this site, but I ran across an excellent and empathetic response you wrote to someone three years ago and thought I might as well try... life is difficult for me right now, and I ...
  • Confidentiality and Therapy: What Are The Limits?
    My friend is a victim of sexual assault, but does not want to report it. She does not want to go through the legal process or have everyone she knows find out. I am not very good at comforting and she does not want to go to a therapist for fear of ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...

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