George F. Rhoades Jr. Ph.D.
Hawaii Licensed Psychotherapists Members
of the American Psychological Association
Education: Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Western Seminary in 1983, Program now at George Fox University.
Experience: Internships at the University of Hawaii and Oregon State Hospital. Former Chair of Psychology and Counseling and Full Professor of Psychology at International College and Graduate School. Former Instructor of Psychology at Wayland Baptist University.
Specializations: Sexual Trafficking, Trauma and Dissociative Disorders, Anger and Stress Management and Abuse.
Memberships: American Psychological Association (APA), International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD), Division 56, Trauma Psychology (APA).
Activities: Founder and Director of the Ola Hou Clinic; International Author and Speaker; Chair of ISSTDWorld (listserv); Director of Alert, Trauma Counseling; Executive Director, Roads To Hope; Chair of Education and Training Committee, Div. 56, APA and Chair of Continuing Education Committee, Div. 56, APA.
Personal: Married with two sons (and their wives), one daughter (and her husband) and three grandchildren. Member of Leeward Community Church. Ordained Minister of Christian and Missionary Alliance Church, Central Pacific District.