From Nada Mangialetti, Ph.D.
I am a licensed clinical psychologist with a solo private practice. As I approach retirement, I am finding that it is no longer cost
effective for me to maintain my office in Kapolei, as I am taking
fewer clients and seeing many of them online. Therefore, I am looking
to rent my office, full-time, to a fellow mental health professional.
The office is fully-furnished, containing a couch, big easy chair,
desk, office chair and shoji screen; also a bookcase and file cabinet,
both of which will be emptied for your use. The office includes a
private bathroom and side room containing a microwave oven and small
refrigerator. There is free ethernet internet connection and a
printer/copier. (You would have to pay for your own ink cartridges and
paper.) You will have control of the AC which, during my part-time
use, has run under $100/month. Free reserved parking for you. Free
curb parking for clients.
This office has worked well during the pandemic, and will continue to
be a boon if/when another surge occurs. It is on the ground floor,
with the front and back doors on opposite walls. After each
appointment, opening both doors simultaneously creates a wind tunnel
which sucks out the indoor air, replacing it with fresh outdoor air.
Rent is deliberately set low because I would like to reserve the right
to have access (during off hours) to a small under-the-stairs storage
area which contains archived files; and I would like to be able to
see, in the office, a maximum of four clients a week, which I would
schedule around your needs. Most weeks, there will be only one or two
clients. Many weeks, sometimes months, (when I am on the mainland)
there will be none.
$950/month. One-year lease, with option to renew for longer term, if
both parties agree.
Date available: Within one month of signing lease.
Contact: Nada Mangialetti, Ph.D. (808) 292-1440 Dr