Denisse Moreno is a Mexican Clinical Psychologist working in Tokyo, Japan.
After graduating with honours with a Bachelor Degree in psychology from the Coahuila Autonomous University, Mexico, in 2013, and receiving her psychology license from the Mexican Education Secretary, Denisse worked as a psychologist and school counselor in Saltillo, Coahuila, working mainly with children and their parents. In 2015 Denisse received a Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship to continue her studies in Japan, entering Tokyo Metropolitan University graduate school in spring 2016. Denisse successfully completed her Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology in 2018.
Denisse specialises in providing individual and group therapy for children, teenagers and adults dealing with social anxiety, depression, trauma, adaptation struggles and developmental disorders.
Denisse received training and has experience in cognitive-behavioral therapy, psychoanalysis, integrative psychotherapy, family therapy, brief therapy, play therapy, sand-tray therapy and psychological testing including the Wechsler Intelligence Scales, Raven’s Progressive Matrices and Rorschach. She has conducted research related to culture shock and acculturation, and her thesis was on the process of adaptation of foreigners to Japanese culture. She is now collaborating on an international research project which aims to improve outcomes for mood and anxiety disorders.
Denisse is currently working towards the Japanese JSCCP clinical psychology qualification this year.
Denisse provides psychological therapies and psychological testing in English, Spanish and Japanese.