Douglas Berger Tokyo psychiatrist

Douglas Berger psychiatrist Tokyo is a fully bilingual American board certified psychiatrist and is the Director of the Tokyo Meguro Counseling Center. Dr. Berger received his M.D. and psychiatry training from New York Medical College, and his Ph.D. from the Department of Psychosomatic Medicine at the Tokyo University School of Medicine. He speaks native-level Japanese. Dr. Berger utilizes a variety of different approaches to psychiatry, which you can find here.

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Dr. Berger can be contacted by phone: 03-3716-6624 (+81-3-3716-6624 from outside of Japan)

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Narcissists should feel rage when unpraised- Likely, the modest praise gave satisfaction-blush, and inflated praise gave proud feeling. The study's problems: subjects' age, validity of personality tests, unblinded nature of researchers, lack of placebo. https://t.co/59gLBhYuMX

NYT “Tell it about You Mother” suggests psychoanalysis caused brain changes https://t.co/pgQ8YqXBv3. There is 1 fMRI image of 1 patient, no results nor analysis & the 1-patient data is a personal contact from the authors to the NYT. NYT should rewrite. https://t.co/We7OmvxoYF

Sorry to interject economics, science, and politics, in our mental health tweeting. But if this is true then we can still save jobs and our coastlines! Its BIG stuff. Us: https://t.co/2rTavy34n4

There is indeed more acceptance of mental illness AT work, but not more acceptance of seeing a history of mental illness on an application FOR work. All else being equal, management will likely choose the person without problems. How to change this is the question.

The Army Study to Assess Risk and Resilience in Service members found 1/2 of soldiers had some mental disorder at enlistment: https://t.co/R6m6bs75NU It is challenging to mitigate morbidity as many persons enter the military with mental health problems. https://t.co/59gLBhYuMX

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The chart doesn't speak to the interaction of diseases-i.e., obesity and diabetes, or smoking and drinking w/mortality. Note, psychiatric conditions aren't on the graph, though they have strong correlations with the big killers. Morbidity is a crucial factor leading to morality.

Sudden Onset of Tics, Tantrums, Hyperactivity, and Lability: https://t.co/9GQYRHXzxk Excellent reminder to think of PANDAS when faced with these kinds of children, usually treated with amoxacillin and naproxen, & led by a pediatric neurologist. Us: https://t.co/sooQBqR2nb

Some suicide prevention can be had by legalized opiate used under supervision. Drugs lead to withdrawal, crime, legal trouble & suicide. Put war on drugs money to use & treatment centers that can be taxed, decreasing suicides in the legal/penal systems. https://t.co/aEO0LBrIAg

We can't say that therapy is effective for borderline symptoms without double binding and blind placebo control: https://t.co/YmbcfzvegO -The small effects were, "inflated by risk of bias and publication bias, and unstable at follow-up". Us: https://t.co/K6iHnNBhQ1

Do the ladies really understand the definition of "groping" or do they think it means rubbing someone's shoulders? Was Kavanaugh's groping repetitive & rough enough to non-confirm a judge? Is this video a valid extrapolation to all Trump supporters? All unanswered.

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Suicide is an outcome of an associated problem. The answer is better treatments and awareness of mood disorders, alcohol and drugs, social isolation, bullying, support for stressful life events & limiting access to lethal weapons. Us: https://t.co/dxTjUotW9q

We need to keep in perspective that CBT studies do not have patient or treater blind, nor do they have blind placebo control. It is impossible to fully filter-out expectation and hope in these studies where there is significant subjective element to severity rating.

“Palliative sedation” is touted as an alternative to "physician assisted suicide": https://t.co/5EDHHorPZi The makers of this term basically wanted to avoid the political backlash of using the word “Coma”. Us: https://t.co/wx0ueROznR

Theres some aspect of "time-strangulation" with all social media. The highest IQ persons probably also have the common sense to relate to the real world and people close to them and to use social media and their devices sparingly. No more tweets today...

Narratives are very valuable, with the caveat that past painful events aren't necessarily causitive of troubles later in life-some are just inherited. These are harder to see so harder to blame.

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