Douglas Berger Psychiatrist Tokyo – Counseling Service in 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 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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Until there is a reliable biological or genetic parameter that can validly discriminate BPD from other disorders, better modesty to admit that the diagnosis of a personality disorder, especially BPD, will still be far from a valid construct. Us:

Mindfulness has been found to alter regions of the brain associated with memory & awareness: But many activities can make brain changes, running, yoga, juggling, etc. there is no special effect to Mindfulness here. Us:

The Psychiatric Times author of the ART (aka EMDR) infomercial, Dr. Wendi Waits, is also a " Master ART Therapist", a COI Psychiatric Times should note. EMDR as pseudoscience:, & on Quackwatch: Us:

Psychiatric Times is plugging EMDR as ART: Listed here as pseudoscience:, EMDR has a long history on Quackwatch: Us:

Borderline Personality will self-harm, ADHD persons get hyper: There is really no way to differentiate these diagnoses & if a personality disorder is better explained by another disorder, the other disorder takes priority. US:

Load More... doesn’t mention the exclusion criteria for a personality disorder when the criteria can be explained by another psychiatric disorder. I.e., the diagnosis for BPD notes 7 traits that could easily be due to a mood disorder. Us:

Brain changes have been reported with psychotherapy, but brain changes can be found in various activities: found an increase in white matter underlying in a complex visuo-motor skill. Us:

Dr. Steven King promotes efficacy of CBT for pain as best:, but there is no blind placebo-controlled study of CBT vs any other type of psychotherapy. Modesty in conclusion of efficacy is warranted. US:

Dr. Tasman starts on physicists questioning relativity vs quantum mechanics:, leading to what is inner reality in psychotherapy? Dr. Tasman seems removed from understanding Einstein & Bohr's quantum discussions vs human reality. US:

Dr Moutier lists treatment modalities w/evidence for reducing suicide risk but surprisingly doesn't mention medication for agitation, anxiety, or sleep: Neither CBT or DBT have ever had a double-blind placebo controlled study. US:

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Babies’ first solid food found to have at least one dangerous heavy metal in every product: 15/50 products contained enough to pose health risks. Us:

Various actions can change the function of the brain. Brain changes are not necessarily indicative of an effect of a specific psychotherapy; visual-motor training or meditation may also make brain changes (if we assume unblinded studies are valid). Us:

Dr. Cynthia Geppert should acknowledge that some end-stage persons should be helped to end their lives: The article has a conservative/religious agenda-Dr. Geppert had a PhD in Religious Ethics from a church-sponsored school. Us:

"152k ER visits for benzos, 28% hospitalized, vs 22k ER visits for MDMA, 9.5& hospitalized": But this isn't a valid comparison: 5% of US adults take benzos every year!!, many along with other drugs. Us:

EEG study to detect autism spectrum as early as 3-months old? If a child at 3-months old does have autism spectrum what to do about it besides worry? If they don't, then the child got a mislabeled & the parents are worried. US:

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