Robyn Shultz, MA
Robyn Shultz, MA, is a Marriage and Family Therapist who wholeheartedly dedicates her practice to serving children, adolescents & families particularly touched by foster care and/or adoption. As a transracial Korean adoptee, Robyn’s personal participation in post-adoption services including teen groups, mentor & mentee programs, living abroad in Korea, navigating birth family search & reunion experiences, and DNA testing have all deeply influenced and informed much of her professional perspectives. Both locally and globally, Robyn’s experience includes working within various in-home, educational, agency, residential and therapeutic settings. As a queer person of color, she is LGBTQ affirmative with a deep understanding of the multicultural issues that impact individuals and family systems.
Robyn received her undergraduate degree in Justice and Peace Studies at the University of Saint Thomas and is a graduate of Antioch University where she received her Masters of Arts in Clinical Psychology specializing in both Child Studies and Applied Community Psychology. Her clinical training at agency and school-based settings has served children, adolescents and families, as well as individual and group counseling services that specialized in the core issues surrounding foster care and adoption. Robyn is experienced in the treatment of adoption-related issues, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, and maternal mental health.
In her free time Robyn can be found globetrotting, training for marathons, camping, snuggling with her dog, and preparing for the Zombie Apocalypse.
Specialized training/education in:
- Foster Care & Adoption
- Managing and Adapting Practice (MAP certification)
- Maternal Mental Health - Perinatal Mood Disorders
Registered MFT Intern IMF84073 Supervised by Annalise Cordell, LCSW 28268