Meet Mona

Hello! I am so glad you are visiting my website and considering help through Restoring Hope of the Palm Beaches. 

I  am a graduate of Palm Beach Atlantic University  with a Master of  Science Degree in Counseling Psychology and hold Florida Licensure in  Mental Health Counseling, number MH 11694.

​I hold  certifications in PREPARE/ENRICH/ MATE Marriage Inventories, Gottman  Marital Inventories, Couple Communication Programs, Critical Incident  Stress Management, Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC)  Intervention, and EMDR.

I was honored to be awarded the 2014  Hope Award by Dr. John Townsend for excellence in the field of  counseling and recovery.  In 2011 I was nominated for the PBAU  Distinguished Alumni Award and in 2007 as a Woman of Distinction at the  34th Annual Soroptimist International Awards. 


Meet Erinn

Erinn Beck is Licensed Mental Health Counselor. She has been in private practice since 2010. Erinn specializes in working with adolescents, while maintaining a general practice working with individuals, couples and families. Her therapeutic approach utilizes mindfulness based cognitive behavioral therapy.

Erinn holds a Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology from Palm Beach Atlantic University. 

Erinn is an active member of her community and has presented to general audiences and counselors speaking on the topics of mindfulness, the teenage brain, teenagers and social media, healthy dating relationships and mental health awareness. Erinn has served on the board of the Mental Health Counselors Association of Palm Beach as the Vice president since 2016. She served on the board of the nonprofit, Auroras Voice from 2015 to 2018. Erinn helped launch the project Mindful Delray, through Auroras voice to bring awareness of Mindfulness to the community. Mindful Delray provided her with the unique opportunity to co-lead a weekly meditation on the beach and bring mindfulness education to local schools.

Erinn is a teacher with the Way Mindfulness Education (The Way). Her teaching experience with The Way includes, co-teaching the Atlantic High School Mindfulness Club, the 2019 Youth Summit and Mindfulness at the South County Civic Center. Erinn earned her 100-hour Mindfulness Teacher Training certificate with the Way Mindfulness Education in April of 2019.

Meet Terry

I practice Emotion Focus Couples Therapy (EFT). It is an Evidence Based Practice therapy with a 76% success rate with couples who complete their treatment plan. I collaborate with distressed couples and (individuals) whose relationships are "stuck" or are affected by the echoes of trauma. EFT focuses on how, couples experience their relationship and how they link together their emotional experience and express those emotions together as a couple. Emotions are the experience-the dance between adult lovers.

EFT is systemic because it looks at the whole relationship and the patterns the relationship present, and how couples get "stuck" in a cycle of negative emotion. The EFT therapist can help partners shift and change the music of the dance, which creates a more positive bonding pattern. I also treat Substance Use Disorder (SUD) and Personality Disorders (PD)

Equally, I counsel individuals in relationships with SUD's and PD's and the anxiety and depression created because them. I also treat individuals suffering with grief, loss, and those on their personal adventure after experiencing a death, divorce, job loss or the harm from losing an intimate relationship.


Meet Amy

Everyone has a different threshold for uncomfortable experiences, thoughts, and feelings. It is because of her belief of these varying thresholds that Amy enters every therapeutic relationship and session with an abundance of curiosity. Amy prioritizes joining with her clients and collaboratively discovering new perspectives, possibilities, and methods that allow her clients to create a way of life for themselves that feels “better.”

Amy earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Florida International University and directly after, she earned her Masters of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from Nova Southeastern University with a specialization in Medical Family Therapy. She has extensive experience working with child and adolescent trauma, grief, and family/couple relationships. Due to her personal experience with infertility, she is passionate about offering a very specialized approach to couples and individuals struggling to expand their families. 

Amy works with a relaxed but focused approach and believes that there are endless ways for different people to feel better and address their struggles. She strongly believes her primary purpose as a therapist is to assist her clients in the discovery of their own solutions.