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Two Dried Leaves


A Private Tele-Psychiatry practice in Hawaii

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Stacy Uyekubo, MD

Dr. Stacy Uyekubo is a Board Certified Psychiatrist with over 20 years of clinical training and experience.  She earned her undergraduate degree in Economics at Harvard University, received her Medical Degree from UC San Francisco Medical School, and completed her training in Adult Psychiatry at Stanford University.  After her formal training, Dr. Uyekubo spent a few years living and working on the Navajo Reservation in Fort Defiance, AZ before returning home to Honolulu.  She has been in private practice since 2010.


A Doctor-Patient Partnership

At Psychiatry Group Hawaii Ltd., we view the doctor-patient relationship as a therapeutic partnership based on mutual trust, respect, understanding and communication. Patients take an active role in their treatment, where doctor and patient work together to develop a treatment plan that both meets patient's needs and goals, and is also consistent with the doctor's  treatment philosophy and standard of care.

Through developing better self-awareness and self-acceptance, and in utilizing healthier coping skills, our hope is that patients who engage in therapy (with or without the support of medications) are empowered to live their lives freely and to the fullest -- to become their own best advocates for their health and in their lives as a whole. 


By Appointment Only

Office hours vary by the week but on average are MONDAY through FRIDAY:  8:30 AM – 3:00 PM, excluding most State and Federal Holidays.
New Patient Appointments are 45 to 60 minutes; Med-therapy sessions are for 30 to 60 minutes. We do not offer 15 minute medication-only sessions.


Dr. Uyekubo participates with most commercial HMSA plans: PPO, HMO, EUTF, Federal, and some HMSA/Blue Cross/Blue Shield plans. She also accepts commercial plans under University Health Alliance (UHA), a smaller insurance company.

Currently we are not taking new Medicare, Akamai Advantage, or HMAA insurance holders. 

We do not participate with Medicaid, Quest, HMSA Quest, or Aloha Care insurance.

We do not participate with workers compensation.

To inquire about availability/new patient appointments, please send an email (preferred) to


Dr. Uyekubo has moved her clinic 100% online and strives to provide high quality services in both medication management and psychotherapy. 

Our video chat platform is easy to use, is secure (HIPAA-compliant), and is covered by insurance. 


  • At the beginning of your scheduled appointment time, we will send you an email and/or text link.

  • Click on the link and follow the directions/prompts, allow the app to access the microphone and camera on your phone/tablet/laptop, and the video chat session will be up and running.

  • You will NOT need to create account or download a special app. 

  • These sessions are not recorded and the link will expire after the session is over, thus protecting your privacy.


Scope of practice, areas of focus/interest

Dr. Uyekubo specializes in combining medication management with psychotherapy in treating adults (ages 26 to 65+) with the following DSM-V disorders: depression, anxiety, panic attacks, sleep problems, acute and post-traumatic stress, and obsessive compulsive disorders.

In addition to medication management, Dr. Uyekubo provides psychotherapy and emotional support for those who are going through phase-of-life challenges such as: school or academic problems, work or career problems, marital, family or other interpersonal relationship problems, problems arising in the peri- or post-partum period, parenting problems, elder or other care-giver burnout, problems related to menopause or aging, bereavement, issues arising from childhood traumas, traumatic loss or complicated grief problems, as well as psychological problems arising from chronic pain or other chronic medical illness.


Dr. Uyekubo is not currently accepting patients with the following focus/needs:

  • Patients who do not have insurance, and are requesting to be seen fee-for-service.

  • Diagnosis, documentation, and medication refills for Attention Deficit/ADD/ADHD

  • Controlled substance refills for sleep and anxiety (such as ambien/zolpidem, xanax/alprazolam, and klonopin/clonazepam)

  • Medical expert opinions, assessments or clearance for things like: gun permits, security clearance, return-to-work clearance, workers comp, divorce/child custody issues, TDI/permanent disability, ADA Accommodations.​

  • Patients younger than 26. Those in the adult age range 18 to 25 are often a better fit for a child psychiatrist where their family/parents are involved in their care. ​

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