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Clinical Members are those with Masters or higher level education with at least two years of full time, well supervised clinical experience. Search the directory below or learn more about member qualifications.

Ana Maloyan-Kishida

Clinical Member

Kanto - Tokyo - Shinagawa Ward -

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PROFESSION:

Clinical Psychologist, Psychotherapist

POPULATION:

Adults, Adolescents, Students, Gay/Lesbian, Returnees

LANGUAGES:

English, French

PRACTICE:

AMI COUNSELING

ADDRESS:

1-1-4 Kamiosaki
Shinagawa-ku 141-0021
Japan
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PHONE:

03 3448-1272

EMAIL:

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HOURS:

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday. By appointment.

FEES:

Contact for current fee structure.

SERVICES:

Individual Psychotherapy, Couple Therapy, Family Therapy, Individual Counseling, Consultation, Phone Counseling, Coaching, EAP

DEGREE:

PhD Clinical Psychology (1992) California Graduate Institute, Los Angeles; MS Clinical Psychology (1983), California State University, Los Angeles.

LICENSURE & REGISTRATION

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (1989), Board of Behavioral Science Examiners-California (LMFT25022)

NOTES:

AMI COUNSELING est. 1993, is a 7 minute walk from either Meguro Stn (JR Yamanote Line) or Shiroganedai Stn. (Namboku or Mita Lines).

More than twenty-five years of clinical experience in the U.S. and Japan.

Extensive training in psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy and family systems approach at UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute-Autism Center, USC Psychiatric Hospital -Inpatient Unit, Verdugo Mental Health Center, Glen Roberts Child Study Center.

*Additional/Specialized Training: Emotionally Focused Therapy, Managing Infidelity, Treatment of OCD and Anxiety Disorders, Mindfulness based Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Grief Counseling, Executive Coaching.

Areas of specialty: Couples/relationship counseling, cross-cultural counseling.
Treatment of depression, anxiety, panic disorder, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder; personality disorders; consequences of abuse; stress management; anger management; workplace relationships and performance; women's mental health including psychological aspects in pregnancy and infertility; postpartum depression.

My approach integrates psychodynamic theory and technique with evidence-based interventions including CBT and the latest findings in neuroscience research.