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Stephanie Schultz

Stephanie Schultz


9 years of experience

Hi, I’m Stephanie. I provide clinical mental health therapy and substance abuse treatment in both Michigan and Wisconsin. I have 9 years of experience in helping clients recover from addiction, regulate moods, manage anger, increase motivation, reduce anxiety, improve self-esteem and confidence, and overcome career difficulties. At some point in everyone’s life, we all need someone to help us navigate our way, so signing up for therapy was taking your first courageous step. You may be experiencing a major setback, but it isn’t the end—it’s an opportunity for change. I look forward to getting to know you, your story, and how we can improve it together.

What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?

The first session is a bit of a meet-and-greet. We introduce ourselves and you tell me about some things that are bringing you to counseling. Often times there are things happening in our work, social and home lives that could use some improvement, so my role will be to help you discuss what you would like to see change and how we can accomplish that.

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

My greatest strengths as a provider are active listening and empathy. Counseling is a therapeutic relationship, and you deserve to have someone who listens and cares.

About Stephanie Schultz

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My treatment methods

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

I use CBT to teach a variety of coping skills for anxiety and depression.


The concept of narrative therapy is that we are all living our own story and choices take us down different paths. I use this model to guide clients with make important life decisions.

Christian Counseling

I practice Christian counseling with individuals who want to integrate their faith in their therapy. I believe in a mind-body-spirit approach, and tapping into prayer and Scripture can bring a person hope in troubled times.

Solution Focused Brief Treatment

I use this in my practice by asking clients what their life would be like if they had a solution to their problem, and together we come up with ideas that would change or alleviate the problem. The benefit of this technique is it teaches a person to be self-reliant and creative in problem-solving.