Renee Chillcott, LMHC
Renee Chillcott, LMHC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Renee Chillcott is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor that has been practicing Neurofeedback training since 2005. Renee attended The University of Central Florida where she received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology in 1995. She then went on to complete her Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling with Nova Southeastern University in 2001. She has been a mental counselor in a variety of settings including Outpatient Treatment Agencies, Alternative Education Settings, and Private Practice. Renee received her license in Mental Health Counseling in 2004.
Renee has worked with families, individuals, children, teens, and adults with a variety of mental health issues, including, but not limited to: ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Sexual Abuse, Reactive Attachment Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, OCD, Learning Disorders and Behavioral Training/Parenting through Psychotherapy before practicing Neurofeedback. She was introduced to Brain Biofeedback (Neurofeedback) in 1995 where she helped facilitate an ADHD group for training and was fascinated by the results and improvements that parents were seeing in their children. She went on to specialize in Neurofeedback in 2005 and has been practicing Neurofeedback as well as Psychotherapy ever since. She opened a private practice in Orlando, FL in 2005 and also worked with The Center For Health, Learning and Achievement in the area. She relocated to South Florida (where she grew up) in 2009 and has been practicing in the Delray and Boca Raton area ever since. Renee has also specialized continuing education to include the diagnosis and counseling of attachment disorders, teaching positive parenting skills, and peak performance Neurofeedback.
Renee decided to enter the field of Neurofeedback because there was very little information made available to people/parents about alternatives to medication. Through the use of Neurofeedback she saw more significant and permanent changes in not only her clients, but also her own family and herself. This inspired her to become a Neurofeedback Therapist.