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Our logo is a fern frond. Many indigenous cultures believe that the fern represents new life and new beginnings. A full fern frond is a symbol of growth and maturity, and a shoot is a symbol of rebirth and renewal. The hāpuʻu fern, which is endemic to Hawaiʻi,  is a traveling fern. In the forest, a hāpuʻu fern grows strong and tall but may topple over due to weather, weight, or being pushed on by other plants or animals. After falling over, the fern base or "trunk" will lay on the ground. From that position, it will sprout new fronds and once again grow strong and tall. In its lifetime, it may travel 30+ yards, and serves as a symbol of resilience, movement, and growth in the face of hardship and external pressure.  ​​

In ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian Language), "Hiki Nō" means can do, all right, okay, certainly, surely, it can be done.  ​ At Hiki Nō Counseling, we take a can-do approach that honors your strength and resilience. We recognize that everyone is on a journey, and the human experience is one of both hardship and growth. We believe that wellness and mental health can be achieved and that the process of healing and the journey of wellness are ones in which we work to be all right. This means that we take a holistic approach that considers the many parts of you and your life. ​​Our holistic approach to mental health and wellness integrates evidence-based therapeutic techniques that are culturally sensitive, person-centered, and strengths-based. Through our integrative approach, you receive personalized care that addresses your unique needs. We are committed to creating a safe and supportive space where you can explore your thoughts and feelings without judgment.​ 

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Our Team

Our counselors come from a variety of backgrounds and experiences. We are committed to providing culturally sensitive care and use different approaches to create a tailored approach for each of our clients. Our goal is to create a collaborative space that fosters healing, growth, and well-being. Click on the pictures below to learn more about our counselors.



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