My name is Kerry Moea’i and I’m a therapist here at the Bobby Benson Center.


I joined the Bobby Benson Center in June 2012 and currently work directly with both male and female communities as a therapist.  My concentration is working with children and families. I am focused on meeting the needs of the adolescents and their families at the Bobby Benson Center and fulfilling the BBC mission, which is to free adolescent youth in Hawaii from chemical dependency and co-occurring disorders through residential treatment services employing best practices for youth and their families.


I am from Hauula. I enjoy playing the ukulele and spending time with my wife Isa and our four children. I am a volunteer for Scouts BSA and have been an active scout leader in the community for the past 20 years.