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Meet Mary Kay Schultz, LCSW

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Mary Kay provides individual, family and group outpatient counseling for people of all ages. She works with people who may be struggling with relationship issues, anxiety issues, substance abuse and addiction and behavioral addictions, bullying, conflict resolution, grief loss issues, trauma and PTSD, anger management, adult and childhood ADHD, depression, bipolar disorder and other mood disorders. She also assists children and families with parent-child relational issues and behavior modification skill development. She has worked within the school system, inpatient and outpatient settings, in homes, and emergency rooms. She has trained youth to help peers on a local suicide hotline.

Mary Kay treats each person’s individual needs. She encourages those with addiction issues to work a 12 step program and build supports in their lives at the same time we pursue their therapeutic needs. She is also able to provide biblical counseling if that is your preference.

She has personally witnessed individuals who were once homeless, hospitalized or incarcerated turn their lives around and become successful professionals with loving families. Her goal is to help you reach your goals and remove the barriers that may be hindering you in the work you will do together.

She has her MO certification to train students in pursuit of their LCSW. She also has her MO certification to train students in pursuit of their substance abuse credential.

Mary Kay and her husband Victor are the Chapter Captains for Team RWB Springfield MO. Team RWB’s mission is to enrich the lives of America’s veterans by connecting them to their community through physical and social activities.

Mary Kay and Victor are also the MO leaders for The Fatherless and Widows an organization that began in Mississippi designed to meet the needs of forgotten populations. If you know someone who fits the criteria of fatherless or widow or widower in need of assistance please contact us.

Mary Kay also teaches classes on essential oils. Essential oils have been uses for centuries to promote mental, emotional and physical wellness. They can be used as single essential oils or in complex essential oil blends depending on user experience and desired benefit. She is certified in the AromaTouch Technique and has witnessed many see immediate improvement. Want to learn how to use essential oils? Contact us or browse our page on oils to get started.

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Become A Client

Asking for help is the first step in a process that will lead to your healing. We understand that it is often difficult and humbling to take this step. We are here to assist you through this phase in your recovery/healing journey. Please contact us and complete the attached form so we can schedule your assessment appointment. We look forward to hearing from you and beginning this journey with you. Click Here

Wellness/Recovery

Overall wellness involves mental, physical, emotional and spiritual health and is the result of deliberate effort. We see wellness an approach to healthcare that emphasizes preventing illness and prolonging life, as well as recovering from injury, disorders and diseases. Because our minds, bodies and spirits are connected, Click Here

Our Services

Every client must begin with an intake assessment. During this session we will gather information and determine whether or not our services are appropriate for you at this time. We offer individual, group and family sessions. I treat most issues and disorders. For more information please contact me at the above telephone number. Click Here

Resources

Below are some links and resources to help you on your recovery adventure. http://sober.com/forums/index.php?/page/articles.html/_/aa-meetings/missouri-aa-meetings-r136 https://ncadd.org/learn-about-drugs/drug-abuse-self-test We look forward to working together with you to help you achieve your recovery goals. Click Here
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