Our Staff

Dr. Philip Diaz | MSW

Phil_DiazPhilip Diaz has over 30 years’ experience in executive management in the social service, governmental and private enterprise sectors. He is currently a Partner in Evolve Mental Health, Spiritual Growth Therapy, Evolve Youth, and Lifescape Solutions.

His experience includes working as the Assistant Deputy for Prevention, in the White House Drug Czar’s Office. In this capacity he was the lead federal official responsible for the development of the nation’s drug prevention policy and development of International Demand Reduction efforts. He was responsible for a 1.5 billion dollar budget and oversight for 17 federal agencies involved in drug prevention and international demand reduction.

Mr. Diaz has also managed a large 15 million dollar mental health and addiction system in Jacksonville, Fl and was Deputy Director of the second largest Community Mental Health Center in the US, in Rockland County, NY with a 27 million dollar budget.

Mr. Diaz has numerous awards including an Excellent Performance Award, from the Executive Office of the President’s Office of National Drug Control Policy. He is a Co-Founder of the National Association for Children of Alcoholics and has been given the Distinguished Service Award from the New York State Senate and the Public Service Award from the Department of Health and Human Services, Washington. D.C.

Mr. Diaz received a B.A. degree from the City College of New York and a Masters in Social Work with a major in Administration from Fordham University. He has also been awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Law from Mercy College. He is the co-author of six books on addiction and the family including “Healing Trauma Through Self-Parenting: The Codependency Connection,” and “Let Your Soul Evolve: Spiritual Growth For The New Millennium.”

Cathy Bilotti

Clinical Director

Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern

Cathy Bilotti holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Florida Atlantic University. She began her career as the owner and operator of a restaurant chain where her passion to help people began. Mrs. Bilotti brings a unique ability to connect, nurture and develop trusting relationships to the field of mental health. She believes that through developing trusting relationships and building rapport with her clients and their families, she is better able to confront relevant issues, thus increasing the possibility for a successful outcome. She has experience with individual and group therapy assisting clients to pursue a new beginning and achieve desired goals.

Kimberly Gould

Director of Quality Assurance

Kim relocated to South Florida from her hometown of Salem, Mass. Kim is a certified Child Development Associate whom is also trained and certified in CPR. Kim provides quality assurance and maintaining facility’s documentation quality and compliance. She ensures that charts reflect the great care we provide to our clients. Kim’s passion to help others and her free spirit provide comfort and empathy to new clients.

Kristy Quaka

Primary Therapist

Kristy Quaka received her Bachelors of Arts in Social Psychology and her Masters of Counselor Education from Florida Atlantic University. Kristy is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor specializing in Vocational/Educational services and is the key staff person who helps support our clients in career development and college entrance. Prior to joining Lifescape Solutions, Kristy worked in a variety of clinical settings including a home for teens, residential and outpatient treatment facilities providing therapy to adolescents and adults in individual and group settings. She utilized multiple theoretical perspectives and techniques in her work with addictions and co-occurring disorders.

Lana Seiler


Lana Seiler, a Delray Beach native, earned her Baccalaureate degree from Florida Atlantic University in 2008 with a double major in Political Science and Social Science. Lana then moved to New York City for two years where her focus began to shift from politics and law to the healing professions. She completed a 200 hour teacher training in 2009 at Yoga to the People in the lower east side of Manhattan to become a certified yoga instructor. Over the next couple years, Lana began to realize and develop her passion for trauma survivors including veterans and first responders. In 2013 Lana returned to Florida to complete her masters in Social Work at FAU. During her graduate work, Lana was chosen for an internship at the West Palm Beach VA hospital where she worked with Veterans in the Psychosocial Rehab and Recovery Center. Here, she partnered with Connected Warriors and completed a Trauma Sensitive yoga training to help Veteran’s suffering from PTSD. Lana graduated with her MSW in May, 2015. Lana is a Certified EMDR Therapist and is currently working with clients in the Company’s Trauma Center.