Clinical Members

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.

Ans Kobashi-Schoot

Clinical Member

Kanto - Tokyo - Setagaya Ward -

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PROFESSION:

Clinical Psychologist, Psychotherapist

POPULATION:

Adolescents, Adults, Older Adults

LANGUAGES:

English, Dutch, Intermediate Japanese

PRACTICE:

Answer Counseling

ADDRESS:

6 Chome 4 - 13 Kitami
Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 157-0067
Japan
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DIRECTIONS:

Seijogakuenmae Station on the Odakyu Line. 15 minutes from Shinjuku Station by an express train (3rd stop). A map to Answer Counseling is available on request.

PHONE:

(03)3417-7028; Cell: 080-6547-6413

EMAIL:

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HOURS:

Monday to Friday, 10:00 - 18:00

FEES:

8,000 - 14,000 yen (sliding scale)

SERVICES:

Individual Psychotherapy, Individual Counseling, Coaching

DEGREE:

Doctorandus (Drs.); Major: Psychology, Minor: Psychopathology; University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands (1981)

LICENSURE & REGISTRATION

Certified Dutch Health Care Psychologist, ROG 3142. Utrecht, The Netherlands, 1999.
Registered with the Netherlands Institute of Psychologists - qualified psychologist (1983) (section Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy)
Clinical Member of International Mental Health Professionals Japan (IMHPJ) since 1997.

ADDITIONAL EDUCATION AND/OR CERTIFICATIONS

Psychotraumatology and Advanced CISM
Solution-Focused Brief Therapy
Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Depression
Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)
Mindfulness Strategies
Directive Family Therapy

NOTES:

Trained in The Netherlands, England, and Japan in client-centered, cognitive behavioural, directive family therapy and psychoanalytic approaches.
As a clinical psychologist for more than 40 years, I have experience in psychotherapy for anxiety, depression, stress, grief, identity issues, marital and cross-cultural problems.
For 5 years I worked at the Netherlands Cancer Institute for a Quality-of-Life research program in projects measuring subjective feelings of well-being in cancer patients. After my arrival in Japan (1984) I started to work mainly with groups dealing with cancer, death, grief, marriage problems and cross-cultural issues.
My clinical experiences and continuing education led me to tailoring psychotherapy to suit the needs of my clients.