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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Patients living well is great; over-selling therapy not supported by double-blind placebo studies (like mindfulness) is questionable. https://t.co/UE8stGua6q

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Dr. Jeste suggests “individuals might be trained to modulate brain activity with real-time functional MRI”: https://t.co/VGi9Qe0eTf. Only who would pay for the MRI technician/clinician & machine time? Us: https://t.co/2cyfo9FRgl, https://t.co/eGw7GaNOQn, https://t.co/K6iHnNBhQ1

Tokyo Counseling Center: Does DBT attenuate amygdala hyperactivity? https://t.co/qcTK7Bjntu

Tokyo Counseling Service: could effects mindfulness based therapy be due to placebo? https://t.co/BgVRmysFTA

Tokyo Counseling Center: Virtual Reality and randomized controlled trials https://t.co/E0SZmBt6bg

Wallis says Virtual Reality completed a randomized controlled trial: https://t.co/Z7TcEDJOmT. But you can't subject blind or have blind placebo in a VR trial that treats conditions w/subjective endpoints. Us https://t.co/iKvQ96AhM8 https://t.co/eGw7GaNOQn https://t.co/ymaLpFdrzz

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Patients living well is great; over-selling therapy not supported by double-blind placebo studies (like mindfulness), while walking, running, bicycling, etc. may do the same positive things for free: https://t.co/PPL8ntEb90. Us: https://t.co/I2jtrMxvSn, https://t.co/zFesWsOfkg

Dr. Moffic was brave to note that any effects seen in a clinical trial of mindfulness based therapy (MBT) could be all due to placebo: https://t.co/GbkJLeWrcB. MBT is 60’s meditation w/a branded-name. Us: https://t.co/DnZXryRTna, https://t.co/oOTzE4A2YJ, https://t.co/zFesWsOfkg.

There is over-selling mental health that few mental health workers admit, mentors impress mental health treatments as facts rather than the truth that we can’t prove our diagnostic classification or our psychotherapies. Us: https://t.co/j5FFLSqpo7, https://t.co/WTctz7m9Y3

Conspiracy theories related to anxiety or that truth is hidden: https://t.co/5I2rjA4LMI. Problem is theories like Russian election hacking are true, and others like Russian assassination of Kennedy are not far-fetched, Us: https://t.co/dG0dSZI8GD; https://t.co/QvVXLBmHWw.

The Moffic Meditation article rationalizes to take money from patients for an unproven activity: https://t.co/PoSdPVSbWO. Using Insurance for unproven activities can whittle benefits & diverts therapies proven in double-blind placebo trials. Us: https://t.co/DnZXryAivC

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