Our philosophy is that everyone deserves to be treated with equal dignity and respect. By cultivating an environment where people are welcomed and accepted — exactly as they are — our clients can be open and honest about their struggles. This allows them to focus on the root of the problem, identify obstacles, and forge a plan to overcome them together. The path to living your best life is possible, and we’re honored to help you achieve your goals.
Who We Treat
Best Life Counseling guides individuals, couples, and families toward their personal and collective goals of living happier, healthier, more meaningful and well-adjusted lives.
We are also licensed to diagnose and treat clients struggling with drug and alcohol addiction and/or mental health conditions.
Everyone can benefit from the introspection that occurs during therapy. However, there are also certain indications that it may be time to seek help.
If these statements are true about your own life, therapy may be a great resource to help you get back on track:
- 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
If you need immediate help, please call 911 or contact SAMHSA’s National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).