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Breaking Bad Habits

Check out an article by India Internatial School Japan (IISJ) to read about what our counselor JouAn ‘Anne’ Chen MA has to say about breaking bad habits! You can also read more about changing habits on our previous blog post. IISJs article on breaking bad habits – State of Emergency: Time to Break Bad Habits? […]

COVID-19 Support Group: Finding Balance

Tokyo Mental Health’s fourth and final COVID-19 support group was held by JouAn “Anne” Chen MA, on May 24th 2020. Anne discussed how you can maintain mental health during the pandemic by finding balance. Watch the video below to learn techniques on how to maintain balance and achieve a positive mental health! Please don’t hesitate […]

COVID-19 Support Group: Communication Tools

Tokyo Mental Health’s third COVID-19 support group was held by Ryota Sakurai MSc AMFT, on May 18th 2020. The session topic was about communication tools. Watch the video below to learn how you could communicate with others effectively by using communication tools! Please don’t hesitate to contact us on [email protected] if you have any questions. Alternatively, you […]

COVID-19 Support Group: Setting Boundaries

Tokyo Mental Health hosted its second COVID-19 support group on May 11th 2020. This time, the group was hosted by our psychologist, Bronwen Dawson MSc, which focused forming and maintain healthy family boundaries at home during quarantine. Watch the video below to find out how to get started on setting boundaries! Please don’t hesitate to […]

About feeling anxious…

If you notice that you or your loved one is struggling with anxiety, get in touch with us. Our counselors are here to support you. You can come and see one of our providers to discuss any concerns you may have. We are here for you. Our offices are open from 9AM-9PM all 7 days of […]

COVID-19 Support Group: Mindfulness

In May 2020, Tokyo Mental Health hosted its first COVID-19 support group led by our director of psychological services, Michael Nevans, LMFT. Watch the video to find out how mindfulness can help you maintain your mental health! You can also find out more about mental health during the coronavirus pandemic on our resource page. We […]

Self-Care During Quarantine

Author: Skylar Hom During such unprecedented times, it can be challenging to become accustomed to new routines. Many may find the need to stay at home to be rigorous, draining, and unfamiliar. Tokyo Mental Health would like to share some advice on how to care for yourself during self-quarantine. Keep a stable routine Most notably, […]

Online Therapy Services

Author: Bronwen Dawson Preventative measures of the Coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19), such as quarantine and social distancing, can make accessing reliable mental health services difficult and frustrating. You may have come across the following questions during the pandemic: “I’m in quarantine. How can I see a therapist without leaving my house?” “I’m practicing social distancing. How […]

How can one benefit from a neuropsychological assessment?

Author: Yu Yamamoto, MSc Neuropsychological assessment may sound intimidating but in reality, it is designed to help you address your unique concerns. In many ways, neuropsychological assessments are analogous to medical check-ups and tests. For example, if you are experiencing physical symptoms of unknown cause, you would probably seek help from your primary care provider […]

The 3rd Edition of the Tokyo Mental Health Newsletter!

The third edition of the Tokyo Mental Health Newsletter is here! Check it out for information about the services we are offering during the COVID-19 pandemic, including: Where to find reputable information about the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health on our website How to access counseling services for individuals during the pandemic […]