Mimi Mungomba, LMFT

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
Honolulu HI
I am passionate about creating a safe place for people to move out of stuck or aimless places toward new places of hope, healing, awareness, freedom and ultimately- connection. I am a firm believer that healing should be accessible to everyone. Because of this, I hope to create an environment where clients can experience intentional inclusion, where all can feel safe and valued, and all are given a meaningful opportunity to heal and grow. I aim to cherish the sameness of our common humanity, while also celebrating and affirming the diversities inherent to our human existence. I welcome all gender identities and expressions, sexual orientations/preferences, racial, ethnic, national and cultural identities, relationship structure preferences, neurodiversities, spiritual/religious affiliations, body abilities, education levels, financial means, sexes and ages.
I earned my Master of Marriage & Family Therapy at Trevecca Nazarene University. My post graduate training has been focused in attachment based and trauma informed modalities, specifically Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) for both individuals and couples (EFIT and EFCT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and some Internal Family Systems (IFS). My work and training has expanded to include a growing interest in the use of Psychedellic Assisted Therapy and Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy as ways to deepen and enhance the therapeutic experience. I am a member of the AAMFT. I currently see clients in person and via telehealth through my private practice and am currently leading KAP Groups with another therapist in Nashville, TN. In addition to my clinical work, I have a great passion for fighting for equity and inclusion within the therapy community and in the world. I was born and spent twelve years in Zambia before moving to Atlanta where I lived until I moved to Nashville. In my free time I enjoy traveling, cups of tea, books, hiking, and writing poetry.
Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy Groups