Monthly Archives: November 2019


Tokyo Mental Health Presents it’s Employee Assistance Program

Tokyo Mental Health providers Kyoko Murata (M.A.) and Ryota Sakurai (M.S. AMFT) recently made two presentations to promote TMH’s Employee Assistance Program to companies in the Tokyo area. Keep reading to learn more about their experiences! October 2019 We went to Tokyo American Club to do a three-hour presentation in front of about 15 HR […]

LGBTQ+ in Japan, Resources

A few weeks ago we posted an article, written by our awesome volunteer alum, Kisumi, detailing difficulties within the lives of Japan’s LGBTQ+ population.Today, we follow that up with this informative episode of Viceland, further exploring what it is like to be a member of this population, living in Japan.If you are LGBTQ+ and looking […]

January Workshop: “Keeping the Love You Find”

Join us on January 25, 2020 for “Keeping the Love you Find“, a workshop on using self exploration as a way to develop healthier, more successful relationships! TMH Director of Psychological Services, Michael Nevans, will be running this highly informative workshop for people at any stage in a relationship, and any relationship status. Single, married, […]

Circumstances

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TMH’s own Denisse Moreno at JLSN 2019 Conference!

Tokyo Mental Health’s own Denisse Moreno is presenting today at the JLSN 2019 Conference! Her presentation is called “How to Apply Cognitive Behavioral Techniques in the Classroom” and will focus on the way that specific techniques based in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, can be applied in the classroom.

Seasonal Affective Disorder: What to look out for, and how to manage it

Angelica Gomez What is it? Seasonal Affective Disorder, also known as S.A.D, is a type of depression that is associated with the changes in seasons. It most often starts in the Fall and continues on into the Winter. There are instances in which S.A.D affects people in the Spring as well as the Summer, but […]

It’s okay to feel!

In the process of improving and maintaining our mental health, it is important to remember that we are all human. We will have difficult days, and moments when it feels like all the progress we’ve made has fallen apart. That’s okay. You are allowed to feel and be mindful of the sadness, anger, frustration, and […]

Helping a Loved One with Anxiety

Angelica Gomez Anxiety is a human feature that we all experience from time to time. It allows us to avoid potential threats and keeps us alert. It is often described as ‘a feeling of unease, such as worry or fear, that can be mild or severe’. You might know someone whose anxiety falls into the […]