Clinical Mental Health Counseling Training Coordinator, Professor of Counseling
On Faculty since 2014
Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology, Indiana State University
M.A. in Counseling, University of North Dakota
M.A. in Christian Counseling, Providence College
B.A. in Criminal Justice, University of Winnipeg
About Tammy Schultz
Dr. Tammy Schultz has passionately taught about the healing from sexual abuse around the globe. She was awarded the 2010 Indiana Counselor of the Year by the Indiana Counseling Association. She has an affinity for reading inviting books, spending time in her garden, and taking prayer walks with her friends.
- Ethics and Legal Issues
- Social Cultural Issues
- Psychotherapy and Trauma
- Social Cultural Issues
- Theories of Personality
- Counseling Skills
Membership in Professional Societies
- American Association of Christian Counselors
- American Counseling Association
- Indiana Counseling Association
A sizeable portion of the work that I engage in with students during our travels to the Ukraine, Mexico, Turkey, Kyrgyzstan, Fiji, and Nicaragua involves assisting agencies who work with people who have faced varying degrees of trauma in culturally diverse settings. I have witnessed the ways culture can impact the experience of trauma. I have also found that it is educationally important for my students who may have lived most of their lives in a middle-class, mid-west setting, to see what many sisters and brothers endure around the world; the impact poverty has on well-being; and an up-close-and- personal-look at resiliency in the lives of people. This teaching and learning voyage impacts my research.
Currently, I am conducting research on the clinical outcomes of a particular group therapy intervention for trauma survivors in Nicaragua.
Schultz, T., & Estabrook, H. (2012). Beyond desolate: Hope versus hate in the rubble of sexual abuse. Winona Lake, IN: BMH.
Schultz, T. (2011, February). Seed thought on prayer. Global Prayer Walk. Grace Brethren International Missions.
Schultz, T. & Hermiz, H. (2007). The Aroma of Repentance. Transformation, 4, 2-3. Peugh, R., & Schultz, T. (2005). Transformed in His presence: The need for prayer and counseling. Winona Lake, IN: BMH.
Schultz, T., Passmore, L., & Yoder, C. Y. (2003). Emotional closeness with perpetrators and amnesia for child sexual abuse. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 12, 67-88.
Schultz, T. & Creamean, B. (March, 2014). Collective recovery for collective trauma survivors. Presentation at the 2014 Indiana Counseling Association Annual Educational Conference, Grace College, Winona Lake, Indiana.
Schultz, T. (February, 2014). God is stronger than our storms. Warsaw Evangelical Presbyterian Church Women’s Retreat presented at The Hub, Winona Lake, IN.
Schultz, T. & Estabrook, H. (November, 2013). Trauma and stressor-related disorders: DSM 5 updates. Seminar presented at Oasis 2013, State College, Pennsylvania.
Schultz, T. & Estabrook, H. (November, 2013). Flying above the fray: Forgiveness and Abuse. Seminar presented at Oasis 2013, State College, Pennsylvania.
Schultz, T. & Estabrook, H. (November, 2013). Language of lament in Scripture. Seminar presented at Oasis 2013, State College, Pennsylvania.
Schultz, T. & Estabrook, H. (November, 2013). Tamar’s story. Seminar presented at Oasis 2013, State College, Pennsylvania.
Schultz, T. & Estabrook, H. (September, 2013). Responding to allegations of child sexual abuse. Seminar presented to the Nicaraguan Resource Network board, Northview Church, Carmel, Indiana.
Schultz, T. (September, 2013). Stretched Out Prayer. Workshop presented at St. Paul’s Baptist Church, Terre Haute, Indiana.
Schultz, T. & Estabrook, H. (September, 2013). Tamar’s Plea to Therapists. Workshop presented at the American Association of Christian Counselors 2013 World Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.
Schultz, T. & Hestabrook, H. (July, 2013). When sorrow speaks: Healing from child sexual abuse. Workshop presented at Momentum 2013, Indiana Wesleyan University, Marion, IN.