Availabile In Japanese Language

Junko Kimura

  • Japan Society of Certified Clinical Psychologists
  • Japanese Federation for Psychotherapy
  • Japanese Association of Family Psychology
  • The Association of Japanese Clinical Psychology
  • The Japan Association of Group Psychotherapy
  • Japanese Society for Traumatic Stress Studies
  • Tokyo Society of Certified Clinical Psychologists

Approach and Background

Junko’s clinical experience began at Hozumi Clinic, a Psychiatric Medical Center in 1979. Since then she has worked in a variety of counseling facilities as a counselor and psychotherapist for a variety of people suffering from mental or psychological problems such as depression, anxiety disorders including social anxiety disorder and various types of phobias, personal relationship problems, family crisis and parenting issues, menopause and old age issues, trauma, PTSD, stress management, career planning, cultural adjustment and multicultural relationships.

Since 1998 she has been providing counseling and psychotherapy to civil servants at the High Court of Japan. In her position as a Clinical Psychologist at the Hitachi Chuo Research Institute she works with scientists providing counseling and working with stress management and mental health issues of the workplace. In both of these positions she also provides presentations and lectures on stress management, recognition of depression in others, mental health care and prevention of depression, and stress, overwork and suicide issues,

Junko uses an Integrative Psychotherapy approach with her clients with an emphasis on Person Centered Psychotherapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She focuses on listening to each client’s issues very carefully and helps her or him to find effective solutions to her or his problems in an efficient and long-lasting way.

Experience

1979 – 2007

Hozumi Clinic, Tokyo (Psychiatric Medical Center) Mental Health Care (Individual, Couples, Marriage, Family and Group Counseling) – Clinical Psychologist
Mental Health Adult Daycare Center – Group Worker

1980 – 1990

Higasikurume City Educational Consultation Center – Clinical Psychologist

1987 – 2004

Waseda University Students’ Counseling Center – Clinical Psychologist

1989 – Present

Ikebukuro Counseling Center – Clinical Psychologist,Psychotherapist
(1998 – 2007 Counseling Center Manager)

1998 – Present

The High Court of Japan- Clinical Psychologist

2004 – Present

Hitachi Chuo Research Center – Clinical Psychologist

2004 – Present

Meisei Elementary, Junior High and High school Student’s Educational Counseling Rooms – Clinical Psychologist, Service Coordinator

2007 – Present

Meisei University Psychological Counseling Center Professor – Clinical Psychologist

1986 – Present

Tokyo Counseling Services, Shimokitazawa. – Clinical, Psychologist, Psychotherapist

Specialisation

Adolescents – Adults – Middle Aged Persons – Menopause – Senior Citizens.
Individual counseling, couples counseling, marriage counseling, family counseling, and group counseling. Psychotherapy. (JCP)

Coordinator and Supervisor for School Counselors,

Interventions for stress and overwork issues in the workplace. Mental health care management in the workplace. In Parallel Counseling with a psychiatrist, in support of treatment for a wide range of mood disorders and mental illness such as anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, major depression, social anxiety disorder, panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, schizophrenia, PTSD.

Licenses and Qualifications

Clinical Psychologist

Japan Society of Certified Clinical Psychologists

Psychotherapist

Japanese Certificate for Psychotherapy

Andrew is a British born qualified Psychotherapist and Clinical Psychologist with twenty years counseling, psychotherapy and mental health daycare clinical experience in Tokyo. He specializes in counseling and psychotherapy for anxiety disorders, depression, unreasonable stress, anger management, alcohol and substance abuse, domestic violence, trauma, childhood abuse and PTSD.

Counseling and Psychotherapy in English and Japanese.