About Galler Rimm Behavioral Health

Our Maui mental, development and behavior therapy services at Galler Rimm consists of child, teen youth, and adult psychiatry, developmental, emotional and behavioral pediatrics, and ABA services. GRBHS offers a comprehensive, strength-based, and solution-focused approach to challenges faced by Maui, Hawaii’s children, adolescents, youth in transition to adulthood, and adults. As such, we strive to define a specific treatment plan that is clear, comprehensible, and has applicable value to each patient, family member, and/or any other significant person who may be in a caring and supportive role.

We identify and focus on positive outcomes, and take into account any psychiatric, emotional, behavioral, cultural, or other significant matters as indicated when addressing behavioral/psychiatric conditions of our Maui patients. Our attention to family and cultural values and practices is often an integral part of our treatment. Treatments combine evidenced based practices for psychiatric emotional and behavioral disorders while utilizing a variety of other well established therapeutic interventions to promote competence and practical outcomes.

One of the differences between a psychiatrist versus a psychologist is that we are trained doctors and are able to prescribe medications. While many or our Maui patients are treated without the need for prescribed medication, when this type of treatment indicates it would aid in alleviation, healing and/or recovery, we provide years of experience utilizing psychiatric medications in a manner consistent with our clients’ values and needs. Our “outcome focused” treatments take into account the patient’s strengths and valued resources in order to explore the patient’s potential and opportunities.

We devise clear goals and measure outcomes in order to adjust treatment as necessary. Our services promote the rights and needs of our patients to be individuals as well as their rights and needs to be appropriately engaged with others. We work closely with other mental health physicians, healthcare providers, educational facilities and other social agencies, in efforts to define and promote a “whatever it takes” approach.

Psychiatric services for a variety of mental & behavioral conditions such as:

  • ABA Applied Behavioral Analysis
  • Child Behavior & Mental Health
  • Adult Mental Health
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Autism
  • Special Education
  • ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Suicide/Selfharm