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Wilson Renfroe, Psy.D., PLLC
Dr. Renfroe has been involved in the practice of psychology in Tyler for over 25 years. In that period of time he has worked with a number of different types of issues and difficulties and has gained considerable experience in doing so.
Dr. Renfroe enjoys doing psychological evaluations and assessments on children, adolescents and adults. He has been doing this for a number of years and is very adept in conceptualizing and diagnosing issues with those he sees. He also enjoys a counseling practice with adolescents and adults. Traditionally, he has seen adults for long-term therapy. He has a sense of patients and expertise that puts people at ease and allows them to talk and work through troubling issues. Dr. Renfroe also has a special interest in assessing and treating children in the Autism Spectrum.
Dr. Renfroe was born and raised in Mount Pleasant, Texas with a strong and consistent family background. His father was a family physician in Mount Pleasant for over 40 years. The younger Dr. Renfroe was involved in athletics throughout his childhood, adolescence and early adult years. He was fortunate to play for sports in high school and two in college. Upon graduation from high school, Dr. Renfroe attended Austin College, where he played football and baseball, and graduated with a Bachelors degree in 1980. He attended Dallas Theological Seminary and graduated with a Master of Theology degree in 1984. He spent a period of time in the ministry before pursuing his career in clinical psychology. He received his Masters degree in Clinical Psychology from Western Conservative Baptist Seminary in Portland, Oregon in 1988 and his Doctor of Psychology degree from George Fox University in Newberg, Oregon in 1990.
Dr. Renfroe returned to his native East Texas to begin his practice of psychology, which has been both enjoyable and rewarding. Dr. Renfroe has been married to his wife Julee for 34 years and they have been blessed with four sons, one of which has Autistic Disorder. Dr. Renfroe and his wife attend Green Acres Baptist Church where they are actively involved in the choir and where Dr. Renfroe teaches a Sunday school class. His wife is the Executive Director of the East Texas Autism Network, an organization that seeks to comprehensively assess children to see if they might be on the Autism Spectrum.
Dr. Renfroe’s other passion is singing barbershop music. He was a charter member of the East Texas Men In Harmony chorus in 2006 and now sings with the internationally known and 12-time Gold Medal champion Vocal Majority chorus, headquartered in Dallas.