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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 health 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.
Neurofeedback was not a new concept for Renee. While working on her undergraduate degree, she worked for a Neuropsychologist in the Orlando area. She learned the basic concepts of Neurofeedback as the office was limited to treating attention/focus disorders in children. What impressed her the most, however, was the effectiveness of change that the parents were enjoying and the fact that these results were occurring without medication intervention. Although she was not in a place of her career to be able to initiate Neurofeedback into a practice setting, she never forgot the possibility of effectively treating mental health issues naturally. As she worked for agencies alongside Psychiatrists Neurofeedback was always in the back of her mind and after becoming licensed, she attended a Neurofeedback training course in Orlando through EEGSpectrum.
Immediately after attending the training, Renee opened a private practice clinic in Orlando, Florida in 2005 offering Neurofeedback and Counseling services. She founded the Chillcott Counseling Center and sub-contracted with the Center for Health, Learning, and Achievement. In 2009 Renee relocated to the South Florida area where she grew up. She joined the team at The Center for Brain Training located in Jupiter, Florida and opened their second location in Delray Beach. In 2010, the Delray Beach practice was moved to Boca Raton in the current location. March of 2015, Renee took ownership of the practice and changed the name to The Brain and Wellness Center. Renee always had the vision of a multidisciplinary practice where clients and families could have access to multiple services promoting coordination of care. Therefore, in the summer of 2015, the office underwent an expansion and additional practitioners were added. In addition to constant continuing education, in 2020, Renee became certified in SSP (Safe and Sound Protocol through Integrated Listening Systems) and Nutrition and Integrative Medicine for Mental Health Practitioners (CMHIMP).
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 the educated and caring Neurofeedback practitioner she is today. At The Brain and Wellness Center, adults, teens, children and families enjoy a variety of services from multiple providers. Neurofeedback, Brain Mapping, Nutritional Counseling, Learning Programs, EMDR, and a variety of counseling styles are among a few of the services offered.
Roxanne Grobbel, JD, LCSW, RPT-S
Licensed Psychotherapist & Instructor
Roxanne Grobbel, JD, LCSW, RPT-S is a licensed attorney in Florida and Michigan and practiced law before returning to school to follow her dream of becoming a psychotherapist. She received her master’s degree in social work from Florida Atlantic University and became a licensed clinical social worker. With over 14 years of experience she has been a passionate advocate for the mental health and wellness of at-risk and traumatized individuals. She has trained hundreds of mental health professionals throughout Florida and Nationally.
Roxanne’s passion is training others in EMDR. She is a much sought-after trainer in EMDR and Play Therapy. Her enthusiasm and experience allow her to make learning fun. She Conducts workshops nationwide on Trauma, EMDR, Play Therapy, Infant Mental Health. She developed an EMDRIA Approved EMDR Training Course, an EMDRIA approved EMDR and Children advanced course and a comprehensive 72-hour Play Therapy course – which includes modules on Trauma, Infant Mental Health, Brain Development and Play Therapy Techniques. Roxanne has trained thousands of mental health professionals while conducting workshops at local, state, and national levels. As a State of Florida Qualified Supervisor, she has supervised and trained masters level interns and LCSW registered interns. She has been an instructor at FAU School of Social Work and Palm Beach State College and presented at Nova Southeastern University.
Roxanne was awarded the 2016 Social Work Educator of the Year Award from NASW Florida. She was recognized as an outstanding Florida Play Therapist and received the Viola Brody Award from FAPT in 2016. She is an Approved EMDR Consultant (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), and Certified EMDR therapist with over 13 years of experience. As an Approved Provider of continuing education from EMDRIA, Roxanne teaches EMDR workshops for therapists. She has extensive training in EMDR including the treatment of children, addiction, and chronic pain. She has 17 years of experience as a play therapist and has reached the level of Registered Play Therapy Supervisor.
Roxanne has years of experience as a clinician, supervisor and Clinical Director. She served as Clinical Director for All ‘Bout Children, Inc. and the Center for Child Counseling and as Executive Director of Kids First, Inc. As such, she designed award winning curriculum, workshops and instructional materials to train professionals in providing effective therapies and developed therapeutic programs in at-risk preschools as well as successfully wrote numerous grants.
As an EMDR therapist, she has successfully used EMDR to treat both adults and children who have experienced trauma, and chronic stress. EMDR is a powerful therapeutic method that accelerates the treatment of a wide range of clinical issues. People often need help to restore their level of well-being or ability to function successfully. Roxanne does this by offering a safe nonjudgmental environment combining various types of therapies designed to meet the specific needs of the client. She also works as a consultant for therapists seeking to become certified in EMDR. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Florida and Colorado.
She is excited for her latest chapter, Treating Trauma in Young Children: Integrating EMDR, Child-Centered Play, and Developmental Play which will be published later this year.
She co-authored the chapter by Grobbel, R., Cooke, K., Bonet, N. (2017). Ethical use of touch and nurturing-restraint in play therapy with aggressive young children, as illustrated through a reflective supervision session. In J. A. Courtney & R. D. Nolan (Eds.), Touch in Child Counseling and Play Therapy: An Ethical and Clinical Guide. New York, New York: Routledge,
As well as a chapter, “Play Therapy Techniques with Very Young At-Risk Children in Child Care Settings” in “Play Therapy for Young Children”, edited by Charles Schaefer and published in 2008.
Tina Landeen, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
The words of a therapist I worked with when I was younger often come back to me. He said:
“Once you walk this path of healing for yourself, you’ll be able to reach back and guide others on the path.”
That version of me felt like that was asking a lot. I was stuck, blowing up relationships that I put everything into, forcing outcomes only to have them crumble around me. I was lost in the jungles of my own perceptions and I was grieving the path that I thought I needed to feel fulfilled. I was scared, very, very stubborn, and out of ideas. I decided to trust, to allow the process to unfold and it turns out, that man was right.
Self-discovery is a lifelong process but repeating dysfunctional patterns and self-sabotaging behaviors doesn’t have to be. Therapy gives you the self-knowledge that you can use to make authentic decisions for yourself that are in alignment with who you really are and what you want out of life
My work is to hold up a mirror, to show you things from different perspectives. Your work is to be open, patient, and loving with yourself through the process. It’s a brave thing to look at yourself honestly and change old patterns.
I really enjoy being a guide in your therapy process.
I am well known for two things in my office, I don’t wear shoes in the office, I wear socks, and a sign I have in my office that says Lila Hum, which means Life is Play…which is my life philosophy, to enjoy the time we have here to play.
Education and Training:
Master’s Degree of Clinical Social Work
Florida Atlantic University
Advanced training in EMDR
Ego State Training with Robin Shapiro
Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist
Arizona Trauma Institute for CCTS-I
Specializing in perinatal therapy
2020Moms and Postpartum Support International
Staci Morey, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, passionate learner, trauma-specialist, mom, and friend.
Originally from San Diego, I moved to South Florida in 2008 to be closer to family! I graduated from FAU with a Master’s in Clinical Social Work. Helping people overcome their challenges and become more authentic to themselves is incredibly rewarding.
I have expertise working with trauma, depression, anxiety, family issues, relationship issues, self-esteem issues, among other things. It’s a true gift to get to help people process, learn, and grow.
After becoming pregnant with my daughter, I became motivated to study perinatal mental health. There is not enough education and support out there for new mothers; it’s a wonderful, overwhelming, formative time! I specialize in helping people who are moving through the journey to parenthood (or are already parents) helping them find happiness, heal, and thrive as the caregivers they want to be!
In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family, making up ridiculous songs to sing to my daughter, listening to podcasts and thinking about where I’d like my next adventure to be!
M.A. Trinity International University, 2009, Counseling Psychology
Sheridan House Family Ministries, 2008-2009, Counseling Internship
B.A. New Mexico State University, 1999, Communication Studies
Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Florida, MH11897
Qualified Supervisor, MHC
Kristan Torres, LMHC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Qualified Supervisor, MHC
I have been a therapist for over 12 years. My passion is helping people to find truth, healing from heavy burdens and pain, and ultimately the freedom to live out genuine, purposeful lives. I am a Christian Counselor, and a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors. I founded Hope Christian Counseling in 2010. I believe God meets us in the therapy room, directing our work and doing the healing; after all, He is our Healer (Jeremiah 17:14). I want to encourage you in your relationship with the Lord, wherever you’re at.
Over my career, I have worked with many clients with different issues including depression, anxiety, dysfunctional relationships, trauma, grief, self-worth, spiritual issues/growth and more. Over the last several years, my focus has become working with clients who have experienced some sort of trauma(s); whether it’s smaller or larger traumas. What’s important is the effect the trauma had on you personally.
I am an EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) trained therapist. EMDR is a unique approach to therapy which utilizes a specific protocol to activate the right and left sides of the brain to process traumas that tend to get stuck in the right side of the brain; leaving a person reliving what happened without much relief. EMDR is very effective at allowing a person’s brain to heal and move forward from trauma. After completing EMDR therapy, the traumatic memory is able to be in the past, and the person doesn’t have to re-experience the trauma any longer. I have been amazed by the results from using EMDR therapy with my clients, where they have experienced breakthrough and relief from the effects of their past traumas.
My approach is genuine and down-to-earth. I meet you where you are in your journey with empathy and compassion, recognizing that it’s your journey and you have to make the decisions that are best for you. However, I will challenge you when it’s clear you are making choices inconsistent with your chosen values; choices that may be harmful to you (or others), or choices that are keeping you from growing and healing.
Therapy is an investment you make in yourself, and to some degree, to the lives of others around you. Because as you change, you will inevitably be different with others. Your healing can affect generations to come. Think about that.
I’m here to work with you when you’re ready. Let us approach God’s throne of grace together (Hebrews 4:16).
Hovi Shroff, PhD
Individuals seek therapy for several reasons; sometimes individuals are in a crisis and need a safe and non-judgmental space where they can heal from emotional hurt. At other times, it could simply be to find a space to develop, to grow and challenge oneself to achieve a sense of well-being.
I work best with individuals seeking a safe, empathetic, nurturing and collaborative therapeutic relationship. I have experience in a variety of clinical modalities, that include individual, family, adult and elder care consultations, as well as numerous therapeutic groups. My clinical approach is integrative and eclectic. I am a board certified PTSD counselor as well as an EMDR, Mindfulness and Dementia/Alzheimer’s Disease trained therapist.
My areas of expertise include working with clients dealing with depression/anxiety, prolonged grief, relational issues and trauma. I also specialize in Dementia related disorders, working with both caregivers, and the patients. I am passionate about instilling quality of life and securing wellness, growth and development to all my clients.
Additionally, I am a published author of a children’s book. The topic of the book is Alzheimer’s Disease and how families can learn coping strategies to alleviate stress within the family dynamic.