Served: Children, Adolescents, Adults, Families
Schuster is a 2006 graduate of Walsh University, and was awarded a
Master’s degree in Counseling and Human Development. In
addition to her clinical work at NEOBH, Ms. Schuster is employed as a
Caseworker at Summit County Children Services. Thus, she is
highly aware of the challenges that face children who are temporarily
unable to reside with biological family members.
NEOBH, Ms. Schuster's work is focused on helping children and families
to improve their functioning, and she is especially skilled at
assisting parents with the development of skills that will help them to
nurture their children and support appropriate development. Ms.
Schuster is also adept at working with foster parents, so that they can
act as therapeutic adjuncts for the treatment of children who may
temporarily reside in a forster home environment.
addition to her psychotherapeutic work with children and adolescents,
Ms. Schuster assists NEOBH with the delivery of its Intensive
Parent-Child Intervention (IPCI) Program.
of Sexual Abuse
Cognitive Behavioral Treatment
Consultations/ Parenting Skills
Parent/Child Intervention (IPCI)