Renae Kibler, M.Ed. completed her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Georgia Southern University, her bachelors in Cultural Anthropology at Western Washington University, and a Social Psychology Research Internship at the ISP Lab at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Renae’s approach to therapy is through a compassionate lens of deep understanding of influences of gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, family of origin, and culture and a passion for supporting adults and youth through trauma and transitions. She utilizes evidence-based techniques including mindfulness, Internal Family Systems (IFS parts work), somatic awareness, and trauma-informed therapies.
She specializes in Adjustment Challenges, Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, and Co-occurring Disorders. Her mindfulness practice includes mentorship time, yoga, and movement modalities. In her free time, Renae enjoys reading, meditating, dancing, and spending time in Iao Valley or at a local waterfall.