Dr Andrew Kissane, English psychiatrist and doctor, holds a Tokyo-based psychiatry clinic hosted by American Clinic Tokyo, situated between Tameike Sanno subway station and the American Embassy in Akasaka.
The American Clinic Tokyo is focused on providing professional medical care in English to foreigners in Tokyo. Staff have native-level English. Psychiatry consultations are available with Andrew at American Clinic Tokyo‘s psychiatry clinic on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays each week.
We provide native English psychiatry services: as well as all consultations being in English, the approach is distinctively Western, collaborative, and supports patient autonomy and informed decision-making about treatment.
Please use the contact form, telephone number or email provided below to book a consultation. Alternatively, please contact the American Clinic Tokyo directly and ask for an appointment with Dr Kissane.
Consultations are by appointment only. Unfortunately we cannot accept Japanese Health Insurance.
Whatever your mental health needs, for English psychiatry in Tokyo, come to see us at Tokyo Psychiatry Clinic at the American Clinic Tokyo. We offer assessment and treatment for the following conditions and more:
Please come see us! Our fully bilingual staff are delighted to take your call and be of assistance. Adults and Children are both welcome.
Psychiatry is the branch of medicine that is devoted to the study, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disorders of mental health. Psychiatrists are medically trained doctors who have both a medical license to practice and have also received higher specialist training in clinical psychiatry.
Psychiatric assessment typically begins with a case history and mental state examination, and can include bedside psychological tests, physical examination, blood tests and other investigations where necessary. Mental disorders are usually diagnosed in accordance with diagnostic manuals such as the widely-used International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) published by the World Health Organisation, and American Psychiatric Association’s DSM-5.
Treatment decisions are made collaboratively with patients and psycho-education about mental health is a core part of the treatment process. Good psychiatry clinics now routinely use structured assessment tools to help assess treatment outcomes and provide patients with clear feedback on the progress they are making towards recovery.
Trying to find a psychiatrist in Tokyo? For those looking for English psychiatry in Tokyo, we invite you to consider the Tokyo Psychiatry Clinic at American Clinic. For those who are comfortable with Japanese psychiatry, Tokyo offers many psychiatry clinics, often conveniently located near train stations and at university hospitals. If you have Japanese Health Insurance, costs are low. Most Japanese psychiatry clinics in Tokyo offer appointments that require prior reservation by telephone. However, some ask patients to simply arrive during certain clinic hours and waits can be substantial. Japanese Health Insurance typically provides 30-minute initial psychiatric consultations, with follow-ups typically short of five minutes. Many Japanese psychiatrists will be able to read and write medical English well, but not all have good spoken English language skills. Most antidepressants and other psychiatric drugs commonly used in the West are available in Japan, but it can be more difficult to access cognitive behavioral therapy, interpersonal therapy, and other evidence-based psychological treatments.
To make an appointment, please use the booking form below, call us at 03-6441-0969, or use the following email address : [email protected]
If you have not heard back from us within 24 hours, please check your email spam folder, then email or call.
Please note, psychiatry appointments with Dr Andrew Kissane are only available in Tokyo, at American Clinic Tokyo, and not in Shintomi or Mihama, Okinawa.
Psychiatry Clinic at American Clinic Tokyo
3rd Floor Niikura Building 1-7-4 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 107-0052
Easy access from Nanboku line, Ginza line and the Marunouchi line via Tameike-Sanno station – exit 13, 2 minutes walk
Parking available nearby
Monday: 9:00 – 12:00, 15:00 – 18:00
Thursday: 9:00 – 12:00, 15:00 – 18:00
Friday: 9:00 – 12:00, 15:00 – 18:00
Our psychiatric services include: