Dr Clinton Schultz

Dr Clinton Schultz

Dr Clinton Schultz is a Gamilaraay man and registered psychologist with a keen interest in holistic wellness. A natural self-starter, Clinton is always looking for new ways to make a positive difference in people’s lives. In 2018, Clinton won Griffith University's Most Outstanding First Nations Alumnus Award. Clinton was awarded the 2019 IAHA (Indigenous Allied Health Australia) Health Professional of the Year, and in 2020, he obtained his PhD.

He is formerly an Assistant Professor with Bond University Medical School, Director of Marumali Consultations and founded Sobah Beverages, Australia's first non-alcoholic craft beer company, in 2016. Clinton's experience as a chef, knowledge of Australian native food and passion for First Nation's culture and health is the driving force of Sobah.

Previously Clinton has acted as a Vice Chair for the Australian Indigenous Psychologists Association (AIPA) and he currently sits on several state and national advisory groups. Clinton specialises in providing Employee Psychological Services (EPS) and Employee Assistance Program (EAP) services for Aboriginal workers, men’s well-being, cultural competence auditing and training, cross-cultural psychological and business management services, and Aboriginal focused mentoring and supervision.

Naturally competitive and active, Clinton spends his spare time surfing, rock climbing, riding motorbikes, and competing in ninja warrior competitions.

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