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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.

Josh Hudnut

Clinical Member

Kanto - Tokyo - Minato Ward - Online

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PROFESSION:

Counselor, Psychotherapist

POPULATION:

Adolescents, Students, Adults, Older Adults, Women, Men, Gay/Lesbian, Returnees

LANGUAGES:

English, French

PRACTICE:

Josh Hudnut, MA, MFT Psychotherapy Services

ADDRESS:

Chiyoda-ku, about 10 minutes walking from Hanzomon, Ichigaya or Kudanshita stations
Japan
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PHONE:

080 4955-8228

EMAIL:

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HOURS:

Weekday mornings, afternoons and evenings. Please email for more details.
Some flexibility for occasional weekend appointments.

FEES:

Available upon request. Phone/skype sessions available.

SERVICES:

Individual Psychotherapy, Couple Therapy, Family Therapy, Individual Counseling, Phone Counseling, Internet Counseling

DEGREE:

MA, Counseling Psychology -- JFK University, Pleasant Hill, CA -- 2008

LICENSURE & REGISTRATION

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, California. Lic No. MFC 50194

ADDITIONAL EDUCATION AND/OR CERTIFICATIONS

Therapist for couples, adolescents, families, and individuals since 2006.
High School Mental Health Counselor -- Berkeley High School
Crisis Support Services -- Crisis line counselor, Alameda County, CA
Former High School History teacher -- Berkeley, CA

NOTES:

Couples, Individuals, Older Adults, Students and Adolescents (Fifteen and older. Occasionally will accept clients younger than 15): Personal growth, life transitions, anxiety, depression, grief, and intercultural issues.

By deeply attending to the areas of your life (or lives, if you are seeing me as a couple or family) where you're encountering challenges right now, we will explore and create goals that suit you.

I have received in-depth training in the following therapeutic areas: cognitive behavioral therapy, brief therapy, psychodynamic, mindfulness, somatic/body-oriented therapy, and relational/humanistic psychology