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The Carruth Center is open, but most of our clinicians are working remotely. We are only seeing psychological and psychiatric emergencies in person at this time. For information about counseling options available to students located in West Virginia as well as students currently outside of the state, please see our COVID-19 updates page.

Phil Schulte, Psy. D.

Supervised Psychologist

Education

Peace, Justice, and Conflict Studies (B.A.) - Goshen College 
Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (M.A.) - Eastern Mennonite University Counseling Psychology (Psy.D) - Radford University

Licensure Status

Supervised Psychologist

Orientation

Integrative with particular emphasis on brief emotion-focused, experiential, and contemporary psychodynamic therapy.  

Interests

Depression, anxiety, grief & loss, trauma, inter-personal problems, couples therapy. 

Personal Bio

I grew up in a small town in Rockingham County, VA. I attended undergrad at Goshen College, IN and then worked with adults with developmental disabilities for several years before going on to get my masters in counseling at Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg, VA. Following this, I began my doctoral training at Radford University where I completed training in several rural integrated care clinics and a college counseling center. I completed my pre-doctoral internship at the University of Virginia where I worked with a diverse student body. 

I joined the Carruth center as a supervised psychologist in August 2020 and am excited to begin my journey working with the WVU community!

Hobbies

Cooking, gardening, running, hanging out with my spouse and dog.  

Preferred Pronouns

he/him/his

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