Eric Schultz, BHT, CSAT


Areas of Specialty:

  • Marriage and couples counseling
  • Premarital counseling
  • Trauma and abuse (EMDR)
  • Sexual addiction/ sexual compulsivity
  • Domestic violence and anger management
  • Depression and anxiety

Through a comprehensive approach, I work with families, couples, and individuals to create safety and security in their relationships. Having the privilege to come alongside 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 addiction, trauma, marital therapy, and domestic violence, 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 am a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT), Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy trained (EFT), Gottman trained couples therapist, and am EMDR trained for treating complex trauma. In addition, I am a certified Prepare and Enrich facilitator, which gives me a focus on premarital and marital growth and connection.

On a personal note, I am a doctoral candidate focusing on studying group therapy and its effectiveness in treating sexual addiction and compulsivity. I am an adjunct instructor of behavioral health at the university level, and I enjoy hiking, reading, and attending concerts.

Contact Eric at (480) 668-8301 ext. 1014 or eschultz@familystrategies.org.

“People begin to heal the moment they feel heard.”