Therapists Accepting Clients

Ana Maloyan-Kishida

Clinical Member

Kanto - Tokyo - Shinagawa Ward -

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PROFESSION:

Clinical Psychologist, Psychotherapist

POPULATION:

Adults, Adolescents, Students, Gay/Lesbian, Returnees

LANGUAGES:

English, French

PRACTICE:

AMI COUNSELING

ADDRESS:

1-1-4 Kamiosaki
Shinagawa-ku 141-0021
Japan
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PHONE:

03 3448-1272

EMAIL:

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HOURS:

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday. By appointment.

FEES:

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SERVICES:

Individual Psychotherapy, Couple Therapy, Family Therapy, Individual Counseling, Consultation, Phone Counseling, Coaching, EAP

DEGREE:

PhD Clinical Psychology (1992) California Graduate Institute, Los Angeles; MS Clinical Psychology (1983), California State University, Los Angeles.

LICENSURE & REGISTRATION

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (1989), Board of Behavioral Science Examiners-California (LMFT25022)

NOTES:

AMI COUNSELING est. 1993, is a 7 minute walk from either Meguro Stn (JR Yamanote Line) or Shiroganedai Stn. (Namboku or Mita Lines).

More than twenty-five years of clinical experience in the U.S. and Japan.

Extensive training in psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy and family systems approach at UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute-Autism Center, USC Psychiatric Hospital -Inpatient Unit, Verdugo Mental Health Center, Glen Roberts Child Study Center.

*Additional/Specialized Training: Emotionally Focused Therapy, Managing Infidelity, Treatment of OCD and Anxiety Disorders, Mindfulness based Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Grief Counseling, Executive Coaching.

Areas of specialty: Couples/relationship counseling, cross-cultural counseling.
Treatment of depression, anxiety, panic disorder, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder; personality disorders; consequences of abuse; stress management; anger management; workplace relationships and performance; women's mental health including psychological aspects in pregnancy and infertility; postpartum depression.

My approach integrates psychodynamic theory and technique with evidence-based interventions including CBT and the latest findings in neuroscience research.