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Dr. Richard Schultz is a licensed psychologist who has worked within clinical and forensic settings for the past 25 years. After earning his Masters and Doctorate degrees from Georgia State University, Dr. Schultz completed his residency in the Medical College of Virginia's Department of Psychiatry, and did post-graduate work in forensic psychology at the University of Virginia's Institute for Law and Public Policy.

Dr. Schultz has conducted research, published, and given presentations in the areas of personality disorder diagnosis and treatment, forensic psychological assessment, psychopharmacology, and the impact of psychopathology on medical illness progression. Dr. Schultz has taught graduate and undergraduate university courses on psychopathology, psychological assessment, group dynamics, and interpersonal skill development.

In the civil forensic arena, Dr. Schultz has served as an independent examiner in matters of child custody, parental fitness, psychological injury, and disability. In the criminal realm, he has consulted to the courts regarding defendant mental state at offense, competency to stand trial, amenability to treatment, and risk potential.

In addition to maintaining a clinical practice, Dr. Schultz has consulted to numerous Fortune 500 organizations on issues of executive selection, leadership development, and other management challenges. Dr. Schultz was born on Long Island, New York, grew up in the western suburbs of Chicago, and currently resides in Atlanta.

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