Greg Schult, MHC-LP

EAP Clinician

Greg is a Mental Health Counselor who graduated with his Master’s in Mental Health Counseling from Medaille College. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from Long Island University. Before becoming a counselor at LICADD, Greg worked on Long Island as a Certified Addiction Recovery Coach. He has experience working in recovery outreach facilities and with intensive outpatient programs. In addition to his work as an EAP clinician at LICADD, Greg works with anger management clients, adolescents, general counseling, and those struggling with addictions.

Greg utilizes a person-centered approach to develop a treatment plan that is personalized to the individual and focuses on their strengths. He believes that all individuals have the power to make profound changes in their lives by lending a compassionate and empathetic ear to his clients. Greg emphasizes motivational interviewing, mindfulness, and the importance of a supportive therapeutic relationship. He also provides relapse prevention strategies and 12 step recovery techniques to aid clients in maintaining and sustaining their recovery.