Bronwen completed her MSc in Abnormal and Clinical Psychology at Swansea University in the UK and is a member of the British Psychological Society. Whilst studying to obtain her master’s degree, Bronwen was on placement as an assistant psychologist in the NHS where she audited a child and adolescent mental health service and assisted cognitive behavioural therapy groups for adults with depression and anxiety.
Bronwen carries out psychological assessments for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Specific Learning Disability (SLD) in children, adolescents, and adults.
Yu Yamamoto completed a Masters in Science (MSc.) degree in Psychology from Maastricht University in the Netherlands. Yu previously worked as a researcher at a research institute in Japan, with her main research focus on the development of prosocial behaviour and empathy particularly during the developmental periods of childhood and adolescence.
Yu provides psychological evaluation services to children, adolescents, and adults in both English and Japanese, using a diverse range of assessment tools that are available at Tokyo Mental Health.
Rio is a Japanese Clinical Psychologist who has obtained her credentials in Australia. She has extensive experience in assessing and treating children, adolescents and adults for a wide range of psychological conditions including anxiety disorders (e.g. specific phobias, social anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorders), depression as well as challenging behaviours (including Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) in children. She also has experience assessing children with developmental disorders (Autism Spectrum Disorder), specific learning difficulties, intellectual disability as well as giftedness. Rio primarily uses cognitive behavioural therapy and acceptance commitment therapy.
Udeni is a Sri Lankan Clinical Psychologist / Psychological Anthropologist who has obtained her credentials from the US and Australia. Udeni has worked extensively with conflict affected communities, and thus, carry years of experience in trauma work. She has worked with other client groups such as university students, adolescents and adults with various psychological concerns including anxiety disorders, depression, and addictions for more than a decade. Borderline personality disorder, self-harm behaviours and cross-cultural work are her other specialties.
Dr. Alexander Krieg (“Xander”) is a clinical psychologist born and raised in Michigan (USA). He has lived in Japan with his family for about five years, and speaks both English and Japanese. Xander works with adolescents and young adults experiencing a wide range of concerns, and holds expertise in such areas as anxiety, panic, depression, high functioning autism spectrum disorder (formerly Asperger’s syndrome), and issues related to acculturation and adjustment. Xander primarily uses acceptance commitment therapy (ACT) and cognitive behavior therapy (CBT).