SATO, Joanna

SATO, Joanna
Clinical Psychologist, Psychotherapist
Currently Accepting Clients?

Joanna is a clinical psychologist with more than twenty years of clinical experience. She is eclectic in her therapeutic work, inspired by cognitive-behavioral therapy, analytical psychology, mindfulness and art therapies. Her areas of expertise include cross-cultural adjustment, anxiety, depression, trauma, loss, grief, relationship difficulties, life transitions and personal growth. She also offers life and executive coaching. Joanna is based in Tokyo and sees clients there as well as in Osaka and Kobe. She is available to work via Skype.

Clients I Work With
Services I Offer
Individual Psychotherapy, Couple Therapy, Family Therapy, Seminars and Workshops
English, Polish
Name of Practice
TOPP Tokyo Osaka Psychotherapy Practice
03 6458-6951 or 090-1448-4004
Business Address
1-1-20-108 Azabudai, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Service Fee
available upon request
Monday - Friday, by appointment
MA Psychology (Clinical & Social), 1991, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland
Licensure & Registration
Poland - Dipl. No: WHIPs/419/87/91
Tokyo Office - Subway Namboku Line, Roppongi-itchome Stn.
Osaka Office - JR, Hanshin, Hankyu lines, Umeda stn., Subway Midosuji line, Umeda stn.;
Kobe Office - JR line, Kobe stn., Hanshin, Hankyu lines, Kosoku-Kobe stn.

Cross-cultural adjustment and communication issues; anxiety, stress-related problems; eating disorders; depression; trauma; grief and loss; life transitions; relationship difficulties; personal growth and enhancement. Both short and long term psychotherapy available.

Twenty years of clinical practice; provided services for international communities in Japan, Switzerland, and Poland: face-to-face therapy for individual clients, couples and families; group therapy; workshops and seminars on personal development, cross-cultural communication and adjustment, culture shock; lectures in psychology; conducted research on clinical aspects of cross-cultural adjustment process among expatriates and immigrants communities.