Kendahl is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) skilled in trauma-informed care, centered in a strengths-based lens. Kendahl believes that no person is broken, and everyone deserves to be treated with dignity and respect while trusting their own inherent worth.
Kendahl specializes in creating safe and inclusive environments to provide effective client-centered care, where all people can feel accepted, seen, and valued during their healing journey.
Kendahl is passionate about removing barriers to treatment for all, within a collective and collaborative community. As an advocate for human rights, Kendahl utilizes social work ethics and social justice to drive their passion for serving others. As an artist and mentor turned behavioral health professional, Kendahl conscientiously integrates the creative process and best evidence-based practices, to guide their vision, and model a path to holistic healing.
Dr. Nicki Rippeteau grew up in suburban Detroit and in Missouri. She graduated from University of Central Missouri and University of Missouri-Kansas City school of medicine. She trained at the Mayo Clinic and remained on staff at Mayo for 5 years, receiving Board Certification in Anesthesiology.
Dr. Rippeteau practiced Anesthesiology and Interventional Pain Management in Texas, Oklahoma and Missouri for over 30 years.
The last several years, she has been committed to the practice of Addiction Medicine, emphasizing a holistic approach, addressing needs of both the body and the mind.
When not practicing medicine, she likes to cook and enjoys spending time with her two dogs, family, and especially her grandchildren.
Dr. M. Khoury is a graduate of Michigan State University. He obtained his medical degree at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. His residency was in Family Medicine as part of the William Beaumont hospital system. He moved to Arizona in 2001.
Dr. Khoury has over twenty-five years of experience in primary and urgent care. He served as an urgent care director for the Honor Health System. Dr. Khoury is board certified in Family Medicine, a member of The American Family Physicians and a member of American Medical Association. Dr. Khoury has a special interest in addiction medicine. He enjoys making a difference in people’s lives. He looks forward to helping people change their lives for the better and help them see that there is a bright future ahead of them.
He enjoys traveling and his favorite destinations to visit have been Europe and Mexico. He likes to watch football every Sunday and cheers on The Arizona Cardinals. Dr. Khoury loves to spend time with his family. He enjoys taking his two daughters and his wife to new restaurants and local attractions such as the Phoenix Zoo, learning from the local museums and strolling through the Desert Botanical Garden as a family.
With the growing concerns around the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to take a moment to reassure our Corebella family that we are taking all the necessary precautions to ensure your health and safety as we continue to operate. We know how important our service can be during this time of need. That’s why our doors will remain open for our patients and anyone in need of our services.
At Corebella we practice rigorous cleaning and sanitation procedures and we have implemented extra precautions to ensure that our clinics remain safe and comfortable places.
We are closely monitoring the situation and will continue to follow the guidelines from the CDC and public health experts. The health and wellbeing of our patients, employees, and community is our top priority.
You can reach our Tempe office by phone at (480) 409-0322 or our Glendale office at (602) 492-9595. You can also schedule your appointment or submit your questions online at our contact page https://www.corebellawellness.com/contact/
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The Corebella Team