About Us

At Best Life Counseling® we are committed to helping you become your Best self and to live your Best life! When you have the vision to imagine life as you would like it to be, and the strong desire to make change a reality, your very next step is gathering the courage to walk through our doorway and ask for help. 

This is the right door. This is the right place. We are here to help.

Our state-of-the art comprehensive Counseling Center provides individual, family, and couples counseling. We also are an approved Palm Beach County Counseling Center licensed to provide court ordered counseling, and Intensive Outpatient Treatment for drug and alcohol abuse. We are in network with most insurance companies. 

Our goal is to provide the highest quality care and treatment in a tranquil, relaxing and healing setting designed to help you solve your problems. People often seek counseling because they do not feel well, are confused, are suffering in some way, or because the legal system mandates it. It is our pleasure to help you achieve the improved self-esteem and confidence, and the harmony and inner peace that comes from looking within.

We are highly trained in guiding individuals, couples, and families toward their personal and collective goals of living happier, healthier, more meaningful and well-adjusted lives. Our caring and competent staff will be happy to help you make an appointment for the type of therapy or counseling that is needed.

When to Seek Counseling?

Licensed Mental Health Counselors are licensed to diagnose and treat all mental health issues. Here are some conditions in which we strongly encourage you to seek counseling services:

  • You are unhappy on most days or feel a sense of hopelessness
  • You worry excessively or are constantly on edge
  • You are unable to concentrate on your schoolwork or other activities
  • You are unable to sleep at night or constantly feel tired
  • You have experienced a change in your appetite or your weight
  • You have experienced a loss (e.g., a relationship breakup, a parent's death)
  • You have increased your use of alcohol or other drugs (including cigarettes)
  • You feel overwhelmed by what is going on in your life
  • You are having thoughts about hurting yourself or someone else