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Therapists in Honolulu

Setsuko Yano, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Honolulu
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Born and raised in Tokyo, I speak native Japanese. I offer bilingual (Japanese-English) individual, couple, child & family Counseling. I have been treating problems related to multi-cultural relationship, communication, and adjustment/cultural difference. Depression, anxiety, panic, PTSD (trauma), relationship, and/or stress problems are common among my clients. With years of experience as an interpreter for companies and the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo, I offer English - Japanese bilingual sessions. I hope to help you communicate better with a partner or family members. I see culturally and ethnically diverse population from age 3 to 70+.
(808) 744-7655
Honolulu, Hawaii 96816
Joanne Bautista-Torres, Psychologist  in Honolulu
“I have enjoyed over 10 years of working with a diverse range of clients of all ages, addressing multiple needs in various settings. While creating a safe and supportive environment, my work with clients is collaborative; assisting clients to feel empowered and inspired to face challenges and embrace change, helping clients define their meaning of recovery, and developing goals specific to clients' needs. Areas of focus include: Life transitions such as marriage, family planning, new career, retirement, death; relationship issues, military family challenges, trauma, anxiety and mood disorders.
(808) 646-1322
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
Nicole Kanani Nakamura, Psychologist  in Honolulu
“I believe that we all have the ability to heal and reconnect to ourselves and our world. I enjoy working with people who are open to exploring, learning, and growing and who are looking for the opportunity that lies within each experience.
(808) 495-0098
Honolulu, Hawaii 96816
David A Graves, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Honolulu
“I'm offering Substance Abuse treatment, Online via Skype. Treatment duration will be three months and will consist of 12 one hour weekly sessions. Treatment in the convenience of your home.
(808) 450-3114
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
Nikki Moravec, Psychologist  in Honolulu
“I truly believe that each individual has the wisdom to heal. My approach is warm and collaborative, working with each client to cultivate awareness, move toward wholeness, and create the change they want to see in their lives. I strive to establish a safe space where you can share your story, working toward developing a deeper understanding of your feelings, thoughts, patterns, strengths, and challenges.
(808) 419-7285
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
Cara Lucey, Psychologist  in Honolulu
“Seeking therapy is a courageous process that requires a safe and nurturing environment. I have provided therapy for individuals and families since 1996 and began my practice in 2008. I currently work with adolescents and adults suffering from Depression, Anxiety, Sexual abuse related issues, Substance abuse and Recovery, Women's issues, and Parenting. I believe that every individual has the potential for wholeness and I am honored to be a part of the healing process.
(808) 591-1123
Honolulu, Hawaii 96814
Michael Edward Christopher, Psychologist  in Honolulu
“I can help you learn how to change yourself and achieve greater happiness and peace of mind, regardless of whether you are suffering with a clinical disorder, or are simply having personal, professional, or relationship difficulties. Therapy starts with a relationship built on trust. But success in therapy takes more than trust, it takes learning the skills of clear thinking and good relationships. By practicing these skills with someone you trust while you talk about your concerns, you can learn how to increase your happiness and decrease your suffering.
(808) 734-3904
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
John P Roco, Counselor  in Honolulu
Counselor, MA
“I am a cognitive behaviorally orientated counselor; what that means is that I believe that we all learn behaviors and habits from our family or community of origin, and we can all relearn new behaviors if the old ones are causing problems or difficulties. We practice new behaviors, and learn to reorientate to new ways of doing things that will help us live for the better- in more fulfilling ways.
(808) 419-7280
Honolulu, Hawaii 96828
Debbie Rubin, Psychologist  in Honolulu
“It is my belief that everyone, regardless of life circumstances, has the ability to overcome difficulties and live life more meaningfully. Therapy is a personal journey that can lead to emotional wellbeing, improved self-esteem, rewarding relationships, and the overall capacity to cope more effectively with life's various stressors - both large and small. My style is to work with you in a collaborative manner; to help you develop greater insight into your unique challenges, to identify and enhance the strengths you already possess, and to ultimately assist you discover and utilize effective strategies for moving forward in a positive manner.
(808) 754-2960
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
Advanced Practice-Compassionate Healing, Psychiatric Nurse  in Honolulu
“Aloha, I am a Board Certified-Psychiatric Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist with Prescriptive Authority
(808) 495-0086
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
Tricia Burke, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Honolulu
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“We all yearn for those moments when something suddenly becomes clear: a relationship that you are ready to embrace or one that you are ready to end, a new path you want to pursue or an old pattern you need to let go. I see therapy as a way of guiding you towards those moments of clarity and authenticity while also, just as importantly, providing the groundwork for the ongoing, day-to-day, process of developing personal satisfaction and growth. My role is to help support you in that journey, whether you are facing anxiety, depression, or life changes.
(808) 419-7927
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815
Lynn K Goya, Psychologist  in Honolulu
“I know It's difficult to choose a therapist. So, what makes me different from other therapists? To help you feel more comfortable during sessions, I have a Therapy Dog, Yumi, a West Highland White Terrier, who assists me. I can also integrate EEG Biofeedback (Neurofeedback), a non-invasive, non-medication treatment for ADHD, depression and anxiety, into your treatment. Go to my website for more information at www.childadulttherapy-honolulu.com.
(808) 955-7372
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815
Joni A Fujii, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Honolulu
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I believe therapy is about authentic relationship. A genuine connection. A "corrective" relationship, balancing empathy, attunement, and validation of experience with compassionate confrontation; from a place of wanting the best for you, of desiring for you to reach your potential. Engaging in therapy can mean stretching, digging, looking at hard things. It's not always easy to jump in. But therapy itself can be a "corrective experience" in that someone is alongside you. There's a witness to your pain, your story, someone who really wants to understand you.
(808) 518-3842
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
Rachel Choi Wollmann, Counselor  in Honolulu
“My goal is to provide a safe environment that encourages person to open up and share honestly in order to start working on meaningful change. I focus on the person's strengths and success experiences in order to increase confidence in overcoming obstacles.
(808) 419-7272
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
Kathryn M. Chun, Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, LLC, Psychologist  in Honolulu
“I enjoy working with adults, adolescents, and children who are facing mood disorders, adjustment problems, relationship problems, and histories of trauma. While I come from a Family Systems background, I work with clients through interpersonal and cognitive-behavioral methods, depending on the client's needs. I specialize also in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy for families who have young children with disruptive behavior problems. I additionally provide psychological and psychoeducational evaluation services.
(808) 419-7319
Honolulu, Hawaii 96821
Bobbie R Worrell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Honolulu
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMHC, ICADC
“I would like to help you, your partnership and/or family unit rediscover your unique strengths and learn new skills to overcome your current problems. You may be in a situation where those problems have kept you in a cycle of non-resolution and can be helped with the objective help of an expert. I would like to be that objective and professional help to get you past the relational and individual barriers that are keeping you from the change you would like to see.
(808) 419-7491
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
Sarah Sarkis, Psychologist  in Honolulu
“I am a licensed psychologist who provides individual, group and couples therapy with a diverse population of clients. My primary areas of interest are insight oriented, psychodynamic psychotherapy in the treatment of depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and grief and loss. I have experience and training in cognitive-behavioral therapies and relaxation techniques to help treat the symptoms associated with anxiety and depression. My therapeutic style is based on an integrative and holistic approach, where I blends my strong psychodynamic and insight oriented training with more traditionally behavioral and/or mind/body techniques to help clients foster insight, change and growth.
(857) 239-0086
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815
Pamela Boyer Merez, Psychologist  in Honolulu
“I am a clinical psychologist who specializes in working with children, teens, and families. I provide individual and family psychotherapy to treat child and teen-related problems, including anxiety, depression, peer problems, school failure, disruptive behavior, ADHD, and parenting challenges. I use a mixture of play therapy, cognitive-behavioral, behavioral, and humanistic approaches, depending on the age of the child/teen and reason for treatment. I keep child friendly office hours that include weekday afternoons and Saturdays.
(808) 596-2988
Honolulu, Hawaii 96814
Christina Lu, Psychologist  in Honolulu
“"As one of the clinical psychologists at Hawaii Counseling and Wellness Center, Dr. Lu works with clients of all ages, through individual, couples, family, and group therapy. Depression, anxiety, trauma, and relationship issues are among her clinical specialties. Dr. Lu has extensive training in couples and family as well as emotion focused models. Dr. Lu utilizes an integrative approach to therapy that incorporates relational, cognitive behavioral, and strength based methods actively tailored to the individual, couple, or family."
(808) 369-9869
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
Melinda Timmons (Formerly Satsuma), Marriage & Family Therapist  in Honolulu
“I provide compassionate and skilled guidance to individuals and families who are struggling to cope with the many psychological stresses of life including: anxiety, depression, addiction, career changes, and difficult family relationships. My approach is creative and solution-focused based on the needs and goals of each individual or family.
(808) 781-3586
Honolulu, Hawaii 96814
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