Integrative Healthcare Group and Rehabilitation Center


Established in 2002, Manakai O Malama Integrative Healthcare Group and Rehabilitation Center has offered a diverse range of modern and traditional medical services for 21 years. Our patient-centered approach emphasizes the unique needs of each patient and has provided quality healthcare to over half a million individuals in and around Honolulu for over two decades. Manakai O Malama focuses on establishing a collaborative plan between our patients and their multidisciplinary team to focus on each individualʻs unique path to healing to achieve optimal health.

Recently relocated to our new Kakaʻako clinic, Manakai O Malamaʻs wide range of services have expanded to include Brain Wellness, Neurology and Sleep Wellness, in addition to Primary CareWorkers Compensation & Auto Accidents, Naturopathy, Psychology and more. Head to our CONTACT page for more information on our Honolulu healthcare clinic or to schedule an on-site or telehealth appointment with our team of dedicated physicians. Manakai O Malama accepts all insurance coverages to ensure accessible, health equality.







Please welcome psychologist Dr. Gina Camara to the Manakai O Malama ‘ohana!

Gina Camara, Psy.D. received her doctorate degree in September 2006. She completed her predoctoral internship with Hawaii’s Department of Health Adult Mental Health Division Forensic Services Section providing assessment to Hawaii’s Mental Health Court, providing mental illness eligibility determinations, and establishing programming for mental health consumers on conditional release. Dr. Camara was the head of mental health services as the clinical psychologist at Hawaii’s Department of Public Safety’s Women’s Community Correctional Center (WCCC) from 2008 to 2017 where she worked with a multidisciplinary team. While at WCCC, she developed and implemented programming for the SMPI population, conducted suicide risk evaluations, provided individual psychotherapy and group therapy for illness management, as well as facilitating seeking safety groups for trauma treatment. Dr. Camara has also provided mental health examinations for Kaiser Permanente. She is currently program manager for sex offender assessment and treatment for Hawaii’s prisons. Dr. Camara has been a licensed clinical psychologist since 2008. She works with adults struggling with severe mental illness, trauma, anxiety, depression, and those coping with grief.

Please welcome psychologist Dr. Kyla Stueber to the Manakai O Malama ‘ohana!

Kyla Stueber, Psy.D., was born and raised on Oʻahu and received her doctorate in clinical psychology from the Hawaiʻi School of Professional Psychology at Chaminade University of Honolulu. She completed her pre-doctoral internship and post-doctoral fellowship at APA-accredited I Ola Lāhui, Inc. Dr. Stueber has worked in rural and primary care settings in medically underserved communities, including Waimānalo and Kahuku. She is interested in service delivery and research in health psychology and the development of culturally responsive treatments for diverse communities.

Her approach to therapy is built upon a partnership between patient and provider to assist individuals in achieving their goals and living a meaningful life. She emphasizes an evidence-based and culturally mindful approach to change, fostered through reciprocal respect and collaboration, as well as a deepening understanding of the relationship between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. She has particular experience working with depression, anxiety, trauma, gender/sexual identity, and family/peer relationship issues.

While Dr. Stueber works with individuals across the lifespan and from diverse backgrounds, she especially enjoys supporting children (6y/o or older) and teens and utilizes a systems approach to change which can often incorporate a child’s parents and/or entire family unit. She uses culturally-tailored evidence-based approaches to treatment including the following: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Parent Management Training (PMT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Prolonged Exposure Therapy (PE), and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).


Magnetic EEG for depression

We Recently Added Magnetic qEEG-Guided Resonance Therapy (MeRT)

MeRT is a painless, drug-free, non-invasive option for treatment of depression.

A pioneering brain treatment now available in Hawai’i. Magnetic qEEG-Guided Resonance Therapy developed by Wave Neuroscience is available at Manakai’s Brain Wellness Center, Mālama Manaʻo. The center provides personalized care, infused with the welcoming aloha spirit and grounded in neuroscience principles. MeRT is a non-invasive treatment that aims to alleviate symptoms and behaviors associated with neurological and mental health conditions caused by brainwave dysfunction. The innovative therapy combines the use of quantitative electroencephalogram (qEEG) and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) technology to deliver individualized brain treatment. By utilizing the precise qEEG brain mapping science to identify patterns of brainwave dysfunction and gently stimulating targeted brain areas with magnetic waves, MeRT optimizes neural connections, leading to an enhanced quality of life.

Magnetic EEG for depression


Manakai O Malama welcomes our new integrative medicine practitioner

Dr. Qablawi specializes in Integrative Medicine and has a passion for preventative care and wellness. She believes in the fundamentals of a holistic approach to health and takes this route with all her patients. She completed her medical degree at Morsani College of Medicine in Tampa Florida. She then went on to complete her Family Medicine Residency at New York Presbyterian and Columbia Hospitals in NYC where she also served as Chief Resident during the height of the COVID 19 pandemic.

After residency she went on to complete a fellowship in Integrative Medicine at Mount Sinai in NYC. She also has expertise in Culinary Medicine, a new branch of evidence based medicine which explores the links between food and health, applying the foundations of nutritional science side by side with traditional medical intervention and care.

Dr. Qablawi also has been trained in Gender Affirming Care and PrEP management. She speaks conversational and some medical spanish. Her hobbies include painting, cooking, outdoor activities, health and wellness and hydroponic gardening. She is very excited to bring her skills and services to the people of Hawaii.



Manakai O Malama maintains rigorous safety protocols in accordance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention  (CDC) and Hawaii Department of Health (DOH) COVID-19 standards to mitigate the spread of Coronavirus. These protocols are subject to change based upon CDC & DOH guidelines. Such practices may include (but not be limited to): wearing masks at all times, practicing 6ft of social distancing, disinfecting rooms between patients and additional sanitization in all clinic spaces , fever checks, etc. Patients are advised to call the clinic prior to appointments if you are feeling ill and we will be happy to reschedule or offer a Telehealth option. If you would prefer to see your medical provider from home instead of visiting our clinic for an in-person visit, please call to notify clinic staff so that we may ensure uninterrupted patient service. We kindly ask all patients not to bring any additional guests or children to appointments in an effort to maintain required social distancing efforts and comply with COVID-19 safety measures.


Providers will build their own full panel of primary care patients based on professional experience and interests in a supportive, nurturing work environment.