Chastity Carrillo, MS, NCC, Licensed Professional Counselor Associate supervised by Brandy Schumann, PhD, LPC-S, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor – Associate
National Certified Counselor

Chastity is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate and National Certified Counselor under the supervision of Brandy Schumann, PhD. Chastity earned her Master of Science in Counseling at Southern Methodist University where she specialized in play therapy, adolescent therapy, and mindfulness expressive art therapy. While at the SMU Center for Family Counseling and Children’s Advocacy Center in Collin County Chastity experienced working with children, adolescents, parents, groups, and adults with a wide range of concerns, such as trauma, anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive tendencies, gender identity, attachment, emotion regulation, divorce, and autism spectrum disorder, ADHD. Prior to becoming an LPC-Associate, Chastity has experience as an in-home behavioral therapist working with children with behavioral and emotional difficulties and their parents. Chastity is currently working on becoming a Registered Play Therapist.

Chastity believes that relationships are the foundation to create change. She believes that her clients have the answers within them and works to create a safe environment that allows her clients to find those answers within themselves. For her play clients, Chastity brings a youthful and active nature to her counseling sessions. She believes that early intervention is the best prevention of mental health difficulties.


Custom presentations available upon request.

    • Am I even doing this right? A discussion on parenting
  • Don’t take my stuff! How to get your kids to shar

Licensing and Education

Licensed Professional Counselor Associate
National Certified Counselor
MS Counseling, Southern Methodist University
BS Liberal Arts and Behavioral Sciences, Concordia University, Texas

Associations & Organizations

American Counseling Association
Association for Play Therapy
Texas Association for Play Therapy


Relationship Issues
Minority Issues
Family Violence and Trauma