Name: AGRIMSON, Carol
Profession: Psychotherapist

In a Hiroshima-based and online practice since 2009, I use a pragmatic, holistic and collaborative approach with an aim towards growing choices and safety in relationship to self and others. Clients often seek my help when they’re struggling with familiar patterns in which they feel stuck, or want to anchor positive change while in transition. Experienced working with depression, loss, anxiety, trauma, isolation and cross-cultural issues.

Clients I Work With: Adults, Adolescents, Older Adults, Women, Men, Students, Gay/Lesbian, Returnees.
Services I Offer: Individual Psychotherapy, Couple Therapy, Individual Counseling, Phone Counseling, Internet Counseling
Location: ,
Phone: 080-3880-6407
Currently Accepting Clients?: Yes
Cost of Services: Sliding scale
Languages: English
Hours: Sunday through Thursday, morning and evening appointments available.
(Note: Once or twice a year I travel for periods of up to one month.)
Notes: My education focused on Somatic Psychology– including and attending to the life, gut feelings and whispers of the body to deepen an understanding about what you already know, and how you may want to move forward.

Special interest in: Relational Psychotherapies; ​Early trauma and Attachment Theory; Mindfulness-based approaches

​IMHPJ Member since 2008
Membership Secretary IMHPJ 2012-2015
President IMHPJ 2015-2016
Ethics IMHPJ 2018-2019
Degree: M.A. Counseling Psychology, (Three year, Somatic Program) JFK University, 2006 B.A. Cultural Studies, JFK University, 2002
Licensure & Registration: California Board of Behavior Sciences, MFT Intern # 52688 (2007-2013)
Additional Education: IFS Online Circle: Foundations of the Model, 2018
Training with Derek Scott, Internal Family Systems, “Stepping Stone,” 2019
Focusing, Level 1
Video Micro Analysis in Early Relationship Assessment with Ed Tronick
Circle of Security Advanced Training (Working with Attachment Relationships: Assessment and Treatment Planning, 2007)
Mindfulness training