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Dr. Christine Park, 


  • Doctorate of Philosophy in Counselor Education and Supervision, Walden University

  • Certificate in Native Hawaiian Health and Healing, UH West Oʻahu

  • Master's of Arts in Counseling Psychology, UH Hilo

  • Bachelorʻs of Education in Special Education, Gonzaga University 


  • Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) --Hawaiʻi 

  • Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)--Georgia

  • Clinical Professional Counselor (CPC) -- Nevada

  • Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)--Oregon 

  • Mental Health Counselor (MHC) -- Washington 

  • Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC)

  • Registered Expressive Arts Therapist (REAT)

  • Certified MARI Practitioner 

Psychology Today Profile

I was born and raised on Hawaiʻi Island and am currently living on Oʻahu. My culture and values are rooted in local traditions of Hawaiʻi. I value ʻohana, aloha, pili ʻāina, and living pono. I understand that these values play a large role in our wellness and how we move forward in the world. As a counselor, my work is rooted in the importance of lōkahi-- balance and harmony. To be a counselor means to be a guide and facilitator, and I work with clients to help them tap into strengths and potential to overcome barriers and blocks so that they might find and live as the best versions of themselves. My role is to help clients achieve balance across all the dimensions of wellness, and to find new ways to live more authentically and intentionally. Together, we identify areas in which you may be feeling stuck and unwell, as well as areas in which you feel well and free. 

I am honored to walk alongside my clients on their path to healing and self-discovery. My approach to counseling is rooted in empathy, respect, and the belief that each person holds the power to create positive change in their life. I believe in the inherent strength of every individual and their capacity to overcome life's challenges. 


My style is integrative, drawing from various modalities including humanistic, person-centered, strengths-based, and expressive arts approaches. I am also an expressive arts therapist, which means that I incorporate creative arts into the counseling process to help clients tap into aspects of their healing that might not be reached through traditional talk Therapy.  This approach allows for a personalized counseling experience tailored to your specific needs.

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