Tel No: 03-3589-2425
Profession: Clinical Psychologist,
Language: German, English
Population: Adults, Adolescents, Children
Services: Individual Psychotherapy, Couple Therapy, Group Therapy, Seminars and Workshops, Phone Counseling, Service offer also for small groups (e.g. couple, family, parent-child, etc.)
Hours: 11am to 6 pm, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, by appointment
Vacations: All of July, sometimes August, Christmas and New Year's holiday period
Fee: Sliding scale ¥ 8.000 - ¥ 20.000
Address : Azabudai 1-1-20, Azabudai Uni House #108, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 106-0041
Directions: Roppongi-itchome station Namboku subway line; 3 min. walk from stn. to office. Meter parking available
Notes: General psychotherapy, depression, phobias (fear of heights, leaving home, etc.), panic attacks and other anxiety related problems. Also, intercultural issues as they impact families, children at school, individual identities, etc. Hypnotherapy. Special interest: psychological effect of bilingualism and biculturalism on individuals.
B.A. (cum laude), City University of New York, USA, Psychology, 1981. Dipl.-Psych, Johann Wolfgang Goethe Universitat, Frankfurt, Germany, Psychology, 1997
The German Dipl.-Psych degree (Diplom-Psychologe) is based on a full-time six year specialists' course of study (it is not a liberal arts degree) including internships and training according to the legal requirements which regulate the accreditation of psychologists in that country. Since all German universities are state owned, the degree requirements are indentical for all universities, unlike in the U.S.,where academic and licencing standards can vary. Consequently, there is currently no statewide system for registering psychologists by licensing numbers. Usually German psychologists become members of their local health insurance chapter, which represents their legitimation in their community. However, this system does not extend to those psychologists who practice abroad.