Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Initial contact to be made by email.)
Profession: Counselor, School Counselor, Psychotherapist, College Faculty/Researcher on Mental Health
Language: Japanese, English
Population: Adults, Adolescents, Older Adults, Women, Men, Students, Gay/Lesbian, Returnees
Services: Individual Psychotherapy, Individual Counseling, Seminars and Workshops, Information and Referral, Consultation
Degree: PhD, MA, MS, MSW
License information: Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) in the state of
New York. (#087134) Registered since 2012.
Notes: Master of Social Work (The City University of New York, Hunter College)
Ph.D in Sociology (The University of California, Los Angeles) (Specializing in social psychology and mental health)
M.S. (Mass Communication) (Boston University)
B.A. Doshisha University (Japan)
Sept.2013- Present Counselor, Lakeland University Japan
Psychotherapist/counselor at NPOs as follows.
* Jan.2012-May 2012. New York Dept. of Health and Mental
Sept.2011-Dec.2011. Hunter College Student Counseling
Sept. 2010-May 2011. St. Mark's Place Institute of Mental Health (Outpatient psychiatric clinic, NYC)
Advisor to the Counselling Street Inc. (EAPconsulting company)
Single authored books: (1) Families Coping with Mental Illness: Stories
from the U.S. and Japan. 2006. Routledge. (U.S.A.)
(2) Mental Health Challenges Facing Contemporary
Japanese Society: The Lonely People. 2009. Brill (UK-Netherland)
か。(Book in Japanese---Translated title: Depression treatment and
Contemporary American Society: What can Japan learn from them?) 2012. Kaimeisha Publishing.
Plus a number of academic papers on cross-cultural mental health issues.