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Tokyo Mental Health provides 3 different services in Japan, all focused on helping English-speakers with their mental health:

Psychiatry Clinic at American Clinic Tokyo

Tokyo Mental Health is now collaborating with the American Clinic Tokyo to provide a psychiatry clinic in Akasaka, Tokyo, next to the American Embassy, 3 days per week. The psychiatry clinic at American Clinic Tokyo provides medical psychiatric treatment such as antidepressant and other medication, cognitive therapy and relaxation techniques for patients with depression or other mood disorders, anxiety disorders such as panic disorder, OCD, PTSD, ADHD, psychosis, and other common mental health problems. The clinic also provides stress management techniques for those who wish to improve their resilience.

Counseling & Psychotherapy at Tokyo Mental Health Shintomi Office

Tokyo Mental Health offers face-to-face counseling and psychotherapy with English-speaking psychiatrists, psychologists and therapists. Our aim is to make high quality counselling and psychotherapy treatment available in Tokyo for the foreign community and returnees for whom accessing an English counselor, therapist or medical psychiatrist in Tokyo can be difficult. We provide therapy and counselling for both adults and adolescents.

We provide counseling and psychotherapy for depression, anxiety, PTSD, OCD, addiction disorders, relationship problems, anger management and stress. We also provide marriage counseling and couples counseling. We provide a variety of psychotherapies including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness-based therapies, cognitive analytic therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT) and psychodynamic psychotherapy.

Psychological Testing at Tokyo Mental Health Shintomi office

Tokyo Mental Health has launched a new psychological testing service for both children and adults. We now offer a full range of psychometric test-based assessments for both clinical and psychoeducational purposes, including for learning difficulties, autistic spectrum disorders, and for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHD. We offer testing for all ages in English, Spanish and Japanese.

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