Monthly Archives: December 2019

Demystifying Family Boundaries this Holiday Season

Skylar Hom The winter holiday is one of the most anticipated times of the year, and with good reason. It is a time when we get to relax and enjoy the holiday festivities. Most significantly, it is also a time where families tend to reconnect with one another. While meeting with family is usually a […]

Holiday Hours: Tokyo Mental Health, and American Clinic Tokyo

!Please note that Tokyo Mental Health is closed on Christmas day, but otherwise open normal hours throughout the holiday season, including New Years Day! Our Partner, American Clinic Tokyo is closed from December 28th to January 5th, for the New Year Holiday, so Dr Andrew Kissane will be holding psychiatry clinics again at American Clinic […]

Changing Bad Habits

Angelica Gomez Bad Habits, they’re easy to make but hard to break. You might be wondering, “what is a ‘bad’ habit?” Some common examples that come to mind when people are asked this question are; Procrastinating Swearing Biting fingernails Alcohol consumption Daily coffee drinking Overspending Smoking Eating too much fast food Cracking knuckles Using devices […]

Upcoming research at Tokyo Mental Health

Tokyo Mental Health would like to welcome Haruko Hoshino, a graduate student at St. Luke’s International University, who will be requesting participants for her study on depression in expatriate populations in Japan. Read on to learn more about Haruko and her research. I’m Haruko Hoshino, a Graduate student of Public Health in St. Luke’s International […]