Douglas Berger Tokyo psychiatrist

Counseling Tokyo: 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 and counseling 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 counseling, 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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"HUMANS DON'T ACT until there’s a crisis” someone told me today. How true! Career, finances, medical care, finding or leaving a romance, family affairs, keeping an eye on your child. Few people who plan and act regret it, those that act on crises usually end in regret.

So is a belief bubble ok? Say all you can see is that candidates are electable by voting, but you can’t see that all the candidates (from every party) on the ballot are all loyal to a hidden entity that places them on the ballot even if their stated platform is different.

What is a “belief bubble”? It’s a set of looking at some aspect of the world that doesn’t take the larger picture into account. The person’s behavior and thinking will be determined by the attributes of the bubble’s assumptions. Is this bad? See next week’s tweet.

Covid prevention & treatments right under our noses! Vits D & C, zinc, quercetin (in place of hydroxychloroquine), macrolides like erythromycin used for acne, baby aspirin, amantadine (flu drug), BCG vaccine, and more, go look! Us: https://t.co/W6SS4mUflN, https://t.co/urVpIxQD7G

The Covid deaths/pop in Japan as of today 972/125,930,000=0.0000077. In the US 129,654/331,002,651=0.00039. The ratio of deaths to pop of Japan vs US 0.0000077/0.00039=0.0197, about 2%. Something is very strange with biology, cultural norms, or the way stats are taken or a mix.

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Are traumas decades ago the cause of current mental illness? This is hard to prove or disprove, persons need to be treated by multiple angles to really tease apart cause, trigger, and unconnected symptoms. Us: https://t.co/VOm63HtESZ, https://t.co/uaoP3ZdWvx

“What is actual reality?” patients frequently ask, especially those who have a changing sense of reality. I explain that our sense organs evolved with our environment to exquisitely mirror it-so we have to consider this is reality. Us: https://t.co/VOm63Hc41r

What’s the secret in dating a foreign national? Tolerance & ability to accept & sacrifice. I.e., to accept the partner will not have the best job, or that you may need to move to the partner’s country someday. Us: https://t.co/VOm63HtESZ, https://t.co/uaoP3ZdWvx

Why is it common for young persons to start a career that is interesting to them but unpractical? Simply, they don’t realize what aging and the real world of life will bring upon them. Us: https://t.co/VOm63HtESZ, https://t.co/uaoP3ZdWvx

Do “Partridge families work?” Some do and some don’t. If you are a parent in one, the answer is to know if the kids are able to tolerate the situation and flexibly change who lives with who as necessary. Us: https://t.co/VOm63HtESZ, https://t.co/uaoP3ZdWvx

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Children who have a mix of being fondled, teased, or bullied, can get depression from these things OR they can get depression regardless of these things, because both of these things are common, and common things frequently overlap with no inter-causality. That’s just math.

Japan already has herd immunity to Covid-19?
From the UK journal Cambridge Open Engage:
https://t.co/Tbkou9EhVb

Socially nervous people can be frozen in social activity or work in spite of good talents. Trying to get them to even delegate to others can be difficult requiring multi-modal interventions. Us: https://t.co/xJKjtzIjZq, https://t.co/bggAMvY10t

Why are some patients so against psychiatric medication? Many reasons: fear of side effect, fear of being a “zombie”, reaction of “I’m not sick!” are common. Non-compliance is a common cause of ongoing morbidity. Us: https://t.co/xJKjtzIjZq, https://t.co/bggAMvY10t

Can chronically depressed persons refuse medications? From a self-determination issue, yes refusal is ok. From a medical perspective, medication would be warranted. What a person wants is not the same as what one needs. Us: https://t.co/xJKjtzIjZq, https://t.co/bggAMvY10t

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