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Dr. Dayna Schultz

Psychologist, Social Worker

As a Kanaka Maoli survivor of domestic violence and sexual trauma, Dr. Dayna Schultz has the ability to connect on a naʻau level while being makaʻala of personal boundaries and competencies.

Dr. Schultz began her work in the addictions field in 2008 as a practicum student in the Master of Social Work Program at The Thompson School of Social Work. This allowed her to gain new knowledge while implementing facets of Kanaka culture to a system rooted in underlying oppression and kaumaha interfaced with trauma and addiction. Since then, she’s worked with a plethora of populations, all of which further fostered her abilities to form and maintain long-lasting relationships and build and expand services and programs within Hawaiʻi.

Currently, Dr. Schultz provides cultural consultation and support in the development of Native Hawaiian programs focused on healing the family unit individually and collectively.